More Marr. Couldn't help it - sort of rubber-necking car crash TV.
The undoubted highlight tonight was his Lloyd George turn. Introduced as probably the most brilliant orator British politics has ever seen, a charismatic wizard, and evidently handsome to boot.
So what better way to give one an impression of his oratory than to ask an unprepossessing little Scotsman to declaim parts of his speeches whilst windmilling his arms around, squinting his eyes and adopting an accent last heard on It Ain't Half Hot Mum?
It became great fun in the end to match Marr's impressions with their real inspiration. His Charlie Chaplin was based on Arthur Mullard; Lord Willougby de Broke on Ray Allen's Lord Charles puppet; Ben Tillett on the Ben Kingsley character in Sexy Beast; Winston Churchill on Winston Churchill.
For some reason he didn't do Edward Carson in a cod-Irish accent (based on Gerry Adams? Terry Wogan? Graham Norton?). Perhaps he was worried about offending Irish people. Thank God no West Indians have been called on to make historically significant speeches so far (Lenny Henry's Deakus character?)
Another highlight was his re-enactment of a suffragette riot in Manchester. All on his own! A whole riot! I haven't seen anything as ambitious since a friend of mine at university attempted to explain the Six Day War through the medium of interpretive dance. Bravo!
I think I caught a few more eccentric opinions though I can't be certain - I was too transfixed by the spectacle to really take in what was being said.