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I watched the first show, it was terrible...

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I saw the first couple of acts, and then turned it off. Who did they turn out to be?


One was Patsy Palmer... I saw a minute or two of it as I was turning the TV on to put Netflix on. It seemed really quite bizarre.

The Butterfly was Patsy Palmer, the Pharoah was Alan Johnson, formerly Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department. You only get to see one person a show! That's what makes it so exciting!

I saw the second one last night. Once I started watching there was no way I wasn't going to see who was inside one of them. It went on forever! And it was shit! But it's oddly addictive once you're watching it. I just won't watch it again.

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I saw the first couple of acts, and then turned it off. Who did they turn out to be?


One was Patsy Palmer... I saw a minute or two of it as I was turning the TV on to put Netflix on. It seemed really quite bizarre.

The Butterfly was Patsy Palmer, the Pharoah was Alan Johnson, formerly Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department. You only get to see one person a show! That's what makes it so exciting!

I saw the second one last night. Once I started watching there was no way I wasn't going to see who was inside one of them. It went on forever! And it was shit! But it's oddly addictive once you're watching it. I just won't watch it again.

We 'taped' it. ;) We didn't want to watch it because it was so godamn awful, but Mrs. W wanted to see the reveal without having to watch the whole thing. She can watch it when I'm not there.

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ITV have obviously been listening to Alan Partridge for TV show ideas.

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It's one of the most popular TV shows in America, apparently.

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It's one of the most popular TV shows in America, apparently.

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Why am i not surprised?

I bet Donald keeps thinking that one of them is Kim Jong Un.

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The only saving grace, for about five minutes, was Ken Jeong's exclamations of, "I know exactly who this is."

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Who is Ken jeong?

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In the US version some of the people in the costumes are major stars, from what I’ve heard. Not convinced the UK ones are going to be!

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I might be late to the party. I am enjoying Titans season 1. Only 3 episodes in, but it is great.

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I enjoyed the first season. Started the second season this weekend and left it after the first episode.

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I enjoyed the first season. Started the second season this weekend and left it after the first episode.


The first episode of season 2 is really the finally episode of the story of season 1.

Episode 2 is the real start of season 2 imo.

Watched a few of them with my son on Friday haven't had time to go back to it yet, but looking forward to it.

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Sex Education S2 is somehow even more brilliant than S1

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I started watching series 1 last night. I hadn't realised it was a British production, but if the sound was off I'd think it was filmed in the US. It looks all wrong. But Gillian Anderson could be my therapist ANY time.

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It's a really interesting aesthetic they've gone for. The whole show looks so vibrant. I read somewhere that Gillian Anderson said they did it so it would be more relatable to an American audience, which I can imagine there's some truth in.

And it only dawned on me the other night that the caravan park is meant to be analogous with the US teen drama trailer park (e.g. The OC), shorthand for a kid from the other side of the tracks.


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Also, sex education stars vicky mcclure in a wheelchair.


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It's a really interesting aesthetic they've gone for. The whole show looks so vibrant. I read somewhere that Gillian Anderson said they did it so it would be more relatable to an American audience, which I can imagine there's some truth in.

And it only dawned on me the other night that the caravan park is meant to be analogous with the US teen drama trailer park (e.g. The OC), shorthand for a kid from the other side of the tracks.


It’s a lovely mix of 80s UK and US period details like the clothing and cars, just with mobile phones to help move certain plot points along.


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BBC 2: Mary Beard's Shock of the Nude

Mary Beard's look at the role of the nude in western art. She's very fresh and engaging, and like all the best art shows leaves me with stuff to think about next time I'm in a gallery rather than giving a full set of answers. Taking it from the view of women and discussing the male gaze and questions of exploitation is refreshing too - I doubt Lord Clark would have approached the subject in the way Beard does.

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The non-western bit felt a little tacked on, and whilst the works shown were interesting, I don't think it's as simple as western culture being uniquely obsessed with women's naughty bits but no argument is really developed to match the claim made. But that's probably something for Civilisations 3 in the 2060s.


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Finished Sex Education now. Soon got addicted, so did two episodes per night until it was all done.

Couldn't help thinking that only a few years ago they'd have had to censor great chunks out of it or not show it at all.

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Sex Education was triumphant. The Breakfast Club style episode had me shedding a tear when they got to the bus stop.

On a half related note, we watched Eighth Grade last night, which was utterly brilliant but profoundly distressing to watch. It brought teen anxiety home in an very real way. Perhaps its having a daughter, but found it a tough watch. Highly recommended though.


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I watched the second part last night. Takes a very different approach to the first one by looking at alternatives to the traditional western nude and discussing why these have the power to shock in the way Venus de Milo doesn't. Recommended.


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Amazon: What they know about us on Panorama. Fascinating to see that they've been collecing customer data since 1995 and where they may be going with it. The AI elements are both genius and sinister, depending on your point of view.

And then when I see that Swiss machines have been 'used to spy on governments for decades' by the CIA, I can't help but wonder what else is going on, whether it's perpetrated by government agencies or global corporates.

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BBC 4: Royal History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley with Lucy Worsley.

The always-watchable historian gets out the dressing up box again. She does a very good Liz the First.


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Age of the Image on the Beeb. "James Fox explores how technological advances in the early 20th century created new ways of seeing the world, making links between artists, film-makers, photographers and scientists."

Includes amazing photos by the 8 year old Jacques Henri Lartigue at the turn of the 20th century, with just a Kodak Brownie, and doctored photos of WWI by Frank Hurley. Fascinating.

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Thanks for this. Just watched the first episode. Really well put together and features some amazing photos. Also, anything that reminds me how much I love Buster Keaton is always a good thing.


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Am I suffering from a nightmare fever or did I just see an advert for a Mel Giedroyc (personality vacuum that she is) and Sue Perkins fronting a new TV show or movie or something. WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE WORLD!?


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Am I suffering from a nightmare fever or did I just see an advert for a Mel Giedroyc (personality vacuum that she is) and Sue Perkins fronting a new TV show or movie or something. WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE WORLD!?


https://www.sky.com/watch/hitmen


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Am I suffering from a nightmare fever or did I just see an advert for a Mel Giedroyc (personality vacuum that she is) and Sue Perkins fronting a new TV show or movie or something. WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE WORLD!?


https://www.sky.com/watch/hitmen

Mel and Sue AND on Sky. Exactly where they should be, if they have to be on TV at all.

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The shade thrown here is beautiful:

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A member of Rudimental, albeit one not prominent enough to have a Wikipedia page. There is a chance that the show will push him to the front of the group. You know, like when Maggot from Goldie Lookin Chain went on Big Brother. Remember that?'

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Anyone else watching Bulletproof?

I've always had a soft spot for Noel Clarke since he played Mickey in Doctor Who, but I've loved pretty much every film he has been in, directed and produced. This series is pretty much a British Bad Boys in series form and I love it. It's on Sky, which may put some people off, but it's really well imagined.

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I watched the first two episodes of series one and then couldn’t take any more of it.

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Red Dwarf movie on Thursday!? Colour me interested.


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It was ... alright, I guess. The CG wasn’t bad. The dialogue was a bit shit in the last hour and the jokes dried up. The Starbug is a hybrid, low power mode and some other stuff was all a bit rubbish. The frequency of the adverts was fucking annoying too. It did get a couple of laughs out of me early on but maybe that was a bit of nostalgia working it’s magic. Doug Naylor was the solo writer again and it felt like it needed someone else or a team of Dwarf writers to come and rescue the project. Shame they couldn’t get the OG guy back, Rob someone, to work on this. I forget his name.

Also I hated the entire story.

And the canned laughter track.

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Rob Grant.

He's distanced himself from it completely.

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It wasn’t an abomination but the feature episode went a long way to unwind many of the good things that the past couple of series did to remedy the shit of the original Dave special, and broke canon (not that ever really give a shit about canon)

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It’s not been anywhere near as good since Rob Grant left. There were a couple of decent episodes in series 7 (Tikka to Ride and Stoke Me A Clipper) but I’ve not really liked anything since.

Which is a real shame, because the cast are still clearly loving being a part of it still.

Lots of people raves about the last series, and in particular the Skipper episode, but I just found it a trash pile just revisiting former glories for cheap nostalgia points.

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I'm going to force myself to catch up on the new episodes. It hurts.


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I’ve not watched any since the fourth-wall-breaking Dave special. Have I missed anything good?

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