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I wouldn't worry, you'll be watching Big Brother on Channel 5 anyway :DD


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I won't be watching the next series of Being Human, if there is one. That last series was mostly wank.


What?

Quite possibly the best series yet.

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Curiosity wrote:
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I won't be watching the next series of Being Human, if there is one. That last series was mostly wank.


What?

Quite possibly the best series yet.


Just what I was thinking!

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I enjoyed the last series of Being Human, apart from Nina.
As the next series seems to be all about the poison dwarf and her puppy, then I can see where the Z man is coming from.


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My only qualms with the next series are:

ZOMG Spoiler! Click here to view!
Mitchell and Herrick were easily the best characters in it, and they're both dead now

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My only qualms with the next series are:

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It's fucking wank.

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My only qualms with the next series are:

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Mitchell and Herrick were easily the best characters in it, and they're both dead now

I reckon Mitchell will come back as a ghost or summat.


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I wonder what could be in the spoiler ;)

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My only qualms with the next series are:

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Mitchell and Herrick were easily the best characters in it, and they're both dead now

I reckon Mitchell will come back as a ghost or summat.


He's off to fill the hobbit now though, so I doubt that will happen.

The web thing, becoming human was surprisingly excellent too. you being human haters are mental.

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Campus.

Not very good.


I've been watching E4 a bit of late and the ads for Campus (and the Ricky Gervais show) are so bad, they seem more like warnings.

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He's off to fill the hobbit now though


Odd euphemism.

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He's off to fill the hobbit

The wonderful hobbit of Oz?

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Because of the shit vampire routine he does?

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Friday Night Dinner is the best sitcom since Trailer Park Boys.

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Friday Night Dinner is the best sitcom since Trailer Park Boys.


I'm not sure whether this is praise or condemnation.

Either way, the trailers for it looked atrocious.

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Curiosity wrote:
Alarm wrote:
Friday Night Dinner is the best sitcom since Trailer Park Boys.


I'm not sure whether this is praise or condemnation.

Either way, the trailers for it looked atrocious.


Trailer Park Boys was brilliant.


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Friday Night Dinner is the best sitcom since Trailer Park Boys.


I'm not sure whether this is praise or condemnation.

Either way, the trailers for it looked atrocious.


Trailer Park Boys was brilliant.


I agree ("I'm the Green Bastard!"), but FND looked woeful, so I wasn't sure if the entire post was ironic.

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It's all a bit "WAHEY! Wacky" for my tastes. And awfully middle class, what what?


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I should expand on what I said. It is early days, but FND is pretty funny. I haven't laughed as much since series six of TPB. It is a very different beast though. The trailers don't do it justice.

Good to see some TPB love here - whenever I mention it, hardly anyone has even heard of it.

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Good to see some TPB love here - whenever I mention it, hardly anyone has even heard of it.


It's a difficult show to sell, too, even if you make someone sit through a couple of episodes.

I doubt I'll ever laugh as hard as when seeing Julian's hand emerge from an upturned car, holding his signature glass of whiskey, completely unspilled.


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Wow, and I thought I was the only person in the world who'd ever heard of Trailer Park Boys.

I really need to watch more of that at some point. Might have to visit a reputable online retailer of legitimate copies of television programmes.


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It's all a bit "WAHEY! Wacky" for my tastes. And awfully middle class, what what?

Don't watch Kissyfurs sex tapes.

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Good to see some TPB love here - whenever I mention it, hardly anyone has even heard of it.


It's a difficult show to sell, too, even if you make someone sit through a couple of episodes.

I doubt I'll ever laugh as hard as when seeing Julian's hand emerge from an upturned car, holding his signature glass of whiskey, completely unspilled.

I rewatched my DVDs last year. I laughed most at the episode "High Definition Piss Jugs" (season six, I think. Might be five). There is just something about "piss jugs" that made me laugh. TPB deserves its own thread, really.

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Wow, and I thought I was the only person in the world who'd ever heard of Trailer Park Boys.

I really need to watch more of that at some point. Might have to visit a reputable online retailer of legitimate copies of television programmes.

Only seasons 1-6 have been released in the UK. You'll have to import season seven, the specials and the films, or use your online retailer.

I like the easter eggs on the DVDs, like if you play all the episodes you get an additional scene at the end.

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It's all a bit "WAHEY! Wacky" for my tastes. And awfully middle class, what what?

Don't watch Kissyfurs sex tapes.

Aw man - but I've got a cameo as the builder!

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Alarm wrote:
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Good to see some TPB love here - whenever I mention it, hardly anyone has even heard of it.


It's a difficult show to sell, too, even if you make someone sit through a couple of episodes.

I doubt I'll ever laugh as hard as when seeing Julian's hand emerge from an upturned car, holding his signature glass of whiskey, completely unspilled.

I rewatched my DVDs last year. I laughed most at the episode "High Definition Piss Jugs" (season six, I think. Might be five). There is just something about "piss jugs" that made me laugh. TPB deserves its own thread, really.


I haven't watched it in such a long time and I only ever really used to watch it if it happened to be on Paramount when I was channel-hopping, but it always made me laugh. In particular, one episode that sticks out in my head was a gun battle when some crims got out of jail and went to the trailer park to collect some debts - cue Julian diving in and out of cover, taking shots with gun held in one hand, whisky glass in the other. That glass must be unique as gags go as it never seems to stop being funny.


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Bloody hell!

Are people still watching Being Human?

I think the episode from last week was possibly the best one so far from any of the series. Amazing!

The guy who plays Herrick is my favourite actor on TV at the moment.


I've now caught up with Being Human (at least the UK version I still have the US version ready to go) and agree , Herrick was one of the best things about this series despite not really being in the first few.

I also agree with Doccy G's comments about Mitchell I think they could have played up his struggles with his conscious or gave him a bit more of a fleshed out goal.

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I get the 'want to be punished but not sure how' but a lot of the things he did don't make much sence looking back (including virtually all his interactions with the welsh vampires)
I guess the ending is the way it is so the actor can go off and do other things but we know death isnt really death in the show despite whats been said and since the 'old ones' can do what they want who's to say the next season doesnt start with that guy punching George and a splatter of blood hitting Mitchell's remains reincarnating him


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Just heard that Radio 3 are starting a series on the American Civil War - woot!

Probably won't be as iconic as the famous Ken Burns TV series, but looks interesting:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01063zt - first one in Sunday at 21:30


Hurrah!

This pleases me muchly.


This week's episode was just as excellent as the first one. A real treat. I really recommend everyone listen to it (although it's Radio 3, full dress or evening wear is not compulsory)

Oh, and I have saved a copy of the earlier episode ['for timeshifting purposes' -Ed.] as it's not available as a podcast.


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Thoroughly upset to find out that Robert Sheehan won't be in the third series of Misfits. He was by far the biggest reason to watch it.

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I've been watching a bit of Gavin and Stacey this week - and I'm finding it quite entertaining. Am I broken?


Yes. But no more Than most, unless you end up buying the box sets.

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Yes. But no more Than most, unless you end up buying the box sets.

Also Sheridan smith. Would.


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Yes. But no more Than most, unless you end up buying the box sets.

Also Sheridan smith. Would.


Stupid fucking forummer.


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The Dam Buster programme on Channel 4 provided some of the most exciting TV in years. Fantastic stuff, the star of the show being the (obviously hard drinking going by the nose) Canadian pilot.

Plus it had stuff blowing up.

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The Dam Buster programme on Channel 4 provided some of the most exciting TV in years. Fantastic stuff, the star of the show being the (obviously hard drinking going by the nose) Canadian pilot.

Plus it had stuff blowing up.


I'm so gutted I missed this, Is Channel 4's Internet Player any good?

My recently deceased grandad worked with Barnes Wallace on the bouncing bomb, so these programs really interest me.

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The Dam Buster programme on Channel 4 provided some of the most exciting TV in years. Fantastic stuff, the star of the show being the (obviously hard drinking going by the nose) Canadian pilot.

Plus it had stuff blowing up.


I'm so gutted I missed this, Is Channel 4's Internet Player any good?

My recently deceased grandad worked with Barnes Wallace on the bouncing bomb, so these programs really interest me.

Malc


You should be definitely watching it my man. Yes the 4OD stuff is pretty good.

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Thoroughly upset to find out that Robert Sheehan won't be in the third series of Misfits. He was by far the biggest reason to watch it.


Ahh, darnit. Why couldn't he stay and reverse-time-guy-whose-name-I-forget leave instead. He was rubbish.


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Ahh, darnit. Why couldn't he stay and reverse-time-guy-whose-name-I-forget leave instead. He was rubbish.
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