Utterly, utterly charming, brimming with off-kilter observations.” Read on for the verdict on last night’s TV.

Kids for Sale: Stacey Dooley Investigates

Kids for Sale: Stacey Dooley Investigates, BBC3

“It’s easy to see why programme-makers asked her back: she’s utterly, utterly charming, brimming with off-kilter observations.”
Alice-Azania Jarvis, The Independent

“It wasn’t a riot of happy endings, but neither was it a wasted opportunity, or Dooley’s small victories merely token.”
Tim Teeman, The Times

“If you want to know what a weak and spotty programme looks like, you only had to watch Kids for Sale.”
Matt Baylis, Daily Express

School of Comedy, E4

“The audacious success of this first episode was making the performers’ youth – whether the sketches were good, bad or middling – immaterial. They were comedians first.”
Tim Teeman, The Times

“Presumably, this is what David Walliams was like as a youngster. Annoying. And not that funny.”
Alice-Azania Jarvis, The Independent

Restaurant in Our Living Room, Virgin 1
“Just as fun as last week, and possibly even better, largely down to the fact that one of the couples – Tom and Liz – were completely, utterly bonkers.”
Alice-Azania Jarvis, The Independent

The Jaycee Lee Story, C4
“A disturbingly good bit of journalism by Nick London.”
Nancy Banks-Smith, The Guardian

Eastbound and Down
“The script is beyond black and Danny McBride, who also created the show (and co-writes and co-executive produces it) is a transfixing grotesque antihero.”
Tim Teeman, The Times