Have you ever wondered what the London Underground lines would be like as real people? Now all your curiosities can be fulfilled and you'll neever be wondering through Bank station pondering what kinda personality the Central Line has, because a group of comedians has parodied the electric line clan so you don't have to.
Do the Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan Lines really go around the capital together at all times? Is the Bakerloo Line as old as it seems? The Overground must be, well, trendy af, right?
Picking up on the fact each line has its own oh so unique traits – most of them in which we despise with all our commuter distain – Muriel Comedy decided to reimagine our London friends as real people. And they've got it pretty spot on.
From the terribly slick and savvy Jubilee line to the annoying, pestering Piccadilly Line and the futuristic robot that is the DLR, the female comedians pin down each one fantastically, keeping them relevant to their legit connotations in London culture.
As entertaining as the sketch is, we don't think we would have been able to get each personality so spot on. We've got a qualm though – where's the Waterloo & City Line? Too short to consider we guess.
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