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Next weeks's telly

Post by Colin Hicks on Tue Nov 11, 2008 5:09 am

Looks good: New series of The IT Crowd (Friday) Lead Balloon (Thursday) and Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe (Tuesday), plus The Devil's Whore (Wednesday), starring John Simm and Andrea Riseborough, with Peter Capaldi, Maxine Peake, Tom Goodman-Hill and Harry Lloyd.

And, of course, the last Stephen Fry in America and more Little Dorrit.

That'll be me staying in every evening, then...

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Re: Next weeks's telly

Post by Lucy McGough on Tue Nov 11, 2008 5:44 am

Doc Filth wrote:Looks good: New series of The IT Crowd (Friday) Lead Balloon (Thursday) and Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe (Tuesday), plus The Devil's Whore (Wednesday), starring John Simm and Andrea Riseborough, with Peter Capaldi, Maxine Peake, Tom Goodman-Hill and Harry Lloyd.

And, of course, the last Stephen Fry in America and more Little Dorrit.

That'll be me staying in every evening, then...

The IT Crowd is coming back?

*hyperventilates*

I had no idea! Thank-you so much for telling me!!!
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Re: Next weeks's telly

Post by Sid Seadevil on Tue Nov 11, 2008 5:51 am

If it doesn't have Bill Oddie or Kate Humble in it - then it isn't canon.
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Post by sheringham on Tue Nov 11, 2008 6:14 am

Sid Seadevil wrote:If it doesn't have Bill Oddie or Kate Humble in it - then it isn't canon.

My kids quite literally worship Bill Oddie. Also Graeme and Tim. They can all (even the just 5 year old) performance art all the Goodies episodes we have (basically, all those released on DVD).

When you add that to the Bruce worship and the whole Doctor Who thing it's clear my kids are living in the 70s. affraid alien
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Post by Sid Seadevil on Tue Nov 11, 2008 6:30 am

sheringham wrote:
Sid Seadevil wrote:If it doesn't have Bill Oddie or Kate Humble in it - then it isn't canon.

My kids quite literally worship Bill Oddie. Also Graeme and Tim. They can all (even the just 5 year old) performance art all the Goodies episodes we have (basically, all those released on DVD).

When you add that to the Bruce worship and the whole Doctor Who thing it's clear my kids are living in the 70s. affraid alien
Well, televisually there are far worse decades for them to live in.
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Post by Frank on Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:52 am

sheringham wrote:
My kids quite literally worship Bill Oddie. Also Graeme and Tim. They can all (even the just 5 year old) performance art all the Goodies episodes we have (basically, all those released on DVD).

When you add that to the Bruce worship and the whole Doctor Who thing it's clear my kids are living in the 70s. affraid alien

Surely a suggestion that you are bringing them up perfectly! I wish I was back in 1970 sometimes. I could at least see all the Timeslip episodes in colour again.
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