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Post by humblebee » Thu Oct 18, 2007 13:53

Spooks: completely daft but good fun.

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Post by a layer of chips » Thu Oct 18, 2007 14:25

Anyone seen the new series of Dragons Den yet?

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Post by roobee » Thu Oct 18, 2007 15:50

tastyzine wrote:Anyone seen the new series of Dragons Den yet?
The trailer for it right annoys me. Although I'll probably watch some of it if I remember it's on.


Loose Women = unbearable shite. I watched it for the first time the other day and wanted to batter the lot of them. What a bunch of hideously smug bastarding know-it-alls.

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Post by a layer of chips » Thu Oct 18, 2007 15:55

Aye, that squashing underfoot bit on the trailer is very candid.

I can't watch Loose Woman any more. Not since I've started taking the blood pressure tablets.

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Post by islandhopper » Thu Oct 18, 2007 18:13

tastyzine wrote:Anyone seen the new series of Dragons Den yet?
Yeah, they've got a new dragon who seems to be even ruder than the rest of the miserable, money-grabbing bastards. You had to feel sorry for the poor David Beckham impersonator. The way he was falling over his words was sadly the most convincing part of his impersonation.

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Post by Anonymous » Thu Oct 18, 2007 19:49

I fancy claudia winkleman

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Post by Anonymous » Thu Oct 18, 2007 23:40

I carelessly watched that 'Missing: Presumed Gone' programme tonight- or whatever it's called- the one with (is it?) Anthony Lapaglia, the one who was Daphne's brother in Frazier, awful hammy actor- it was the most witless hour of telly I've seen since... there was probably something on yesterday... it was predictable but also unbelievable and left me annoyed

it has her from Secret and Lies in- what's she doing on it? she can act

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Post by lynsosaurus » Thu Oct 18, 2007 23:43

Do you mean 'Without a Trace', Linoos?

I love that show. Please don't diss my show.

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Post by Anonymous » Thu Oct 18, 2007 23:47

oh... perhaps I did... tonight's one, did you see it?

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Post by lynsosaurus » Thu Oct 18, 2007 23:53

I did not. I rarely see it on the telly because I'm always channel-hopping at night to find variations on the CSI/Law & Order theme, and I usually miss that one cos there's less of them. It's my favourite though, because absence makes the heart grow fonder and that.

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Post by agooner » Tue Jul 29, 2008 02:44

why are Ant and Dec on ABC ?

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Post by alex_cornetto » Sat Aug 02, 2008 02:02

Clone High is quite possibly the greatest cartoon in the history of TV. Why this never made it to British TV (or at least got snuck out on DVD over here) I will never know.

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Post by a layer of chips » Sat Aug 02, 2008 20:25

Anyone else watching the Dads Army night on BBC2? I love Dad's Army.

No-one? Right. Carry on.

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Post by Big Nose » Sun Aug 03, 2008 18:39

Woss is about to love up Dads Army on BBC1.
My apple pies go off today.

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Post by a layer of chips » Mon Aug 04, 2008 07:40

There's always one that comes along and has to spoil it for everyone else, isn't there?

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Post by linus » Mon Aug 04, 2008 13:33

I watched the episode where godfrey reveals himself to have been a 'conchy' in the first world war... I remember seeing that as a wee one and being very moved by it... it's definitely one of my favourite episodes

did they manage to find clive dunn for that wossy programe? I saw woss with hodges, the vicar and jones' wife on there

I bet that sofa smelled of piss after (sorry, I'm channelling jimmy carr, how appalling)

I love dads army

I watched that bloody marple last night

now I've liked it previously but last night's was bloody ridiculous

tom baker from sinbad and the eye of the tiger recounted how he'd witnessed a child murder another child when he was a young man and that it was no accident but a cold blooded act of devilry and that he would recognise that child now as an adult as the child had a distinguishing feature

then he died going up some stairs when somebody faked an out of order sign on a lift and then eileen aitkens got her head stoved in with a golf club and the suspects all revealed themselves to having a variety of distinguishing features from julian sands' withered arm to saffron burrow's dog chewed ear lobe- but it was actually greg wise who was the killer, who'd planted evidence so people thought it was him but suspected the evidence was planted so decided it wasn't him and alan davies was in it playing alan davies playing a detective (he's unconvincing even playing himself) but marple deduced it was greg wise and sure enough his distinguishing feature was revealed...

his little fingers were different lengths, he had an extra long one (mrs)

it was a right waste of two hours

paul (joe from eastenders) nicholls was in it, he was rubbish too, marple pushed him off a boat into the briney for no good reason I could fathom other than she was thinking what everyone at home was thinking (drown the fucker!)

I hope there's a chainsaw in next week's one and some bare boobs

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Post by lynsosaurus » Sun Aug 24, 2008 22:34

is anyone watching this 'super botox me' program? fucking hell. why do people do this shit to themselves? i've got a saggy chin and massive bags and dark circles under my eyes and all that shit, but i couldn't contemplate having a load of injections in my face.

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Post by roobee » Sun Aug 24, 2008 22:41

humblebee wrote:Spooks: completely daft but good fun.
Spooks Code 9: completely shit.

Why do the lady spooks have to do some oh-so-saucy nightclub dancing in every episode? And why the fuck do they all live together? Rubbish.

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Post by Woodbine » Sun Aug 24, 2008 22:49

lynsosaurus wrote:is anyone watching this 'super botox me' program? fucking hell. why do people do this shit to themselves? i've got a saggy chin and massive bags and dark circles under my eyes and all that shit, but i couldn't contemplate having a load of injections in my face.
I am. Bloody horrible isn't it? That surgeon bloke who had had it all done was terrifying.
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Post by humblebee » Sun Aug 24, 2008 22:54

trickster wrote:
humblebee wrote:Spooks: completely daft but good fun.
Spooks Code 9: completely shit.

Why do the lady spooks have to do some oh-so-saucy nightclub dancing in every episode? And why the fuck do they all live together? Rubbish.
I haven't even watched it. I saw the trailers and saw that it was on BBC3 and concluded that it must be absolute complete and utter fucking horseshit.

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