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Space Pope
« Reply #160 on: 10-18-2003 17:27 »

Vicar of Dibley was a fantastic show, and still gets many repeats now, 9 years after its original production.

The gameshow you refer to may have been Big Break which was a great show too, so no slagging  tongue

HIGNFY was once again fine this week. The presenters do seem perfectly able to read an autocue, but none seem to have the same smug brick personality that made Angus so successful originally. I say bring back Boris Johnson  laff

« Reply #161 on: 10-18-2003 20:13 »
« Last Edit on: 10-18-2003 20:13 »

I haven't seen HIGNFY recently, not since Angus was kicked off. I just keep forgetting about it. I prefer Never Mind the Buzzcocks though- Phil Jupitus, Mark Lamarr and Bill Bailey are the best presenters anywhere!

Apart from that, I barely watch any TV any more. Creature Comforts on Sundays, I saw QI last week (which kept me amused) but barely anything else. Nothing else is worth watching as far as I'm concerned.

@Archie: Big Break was great! I remember watching it as a kid, and I enjoyed 'cause the jokes didn't go right over my head. I don't care what anyone says, Jim Davidson is a great comedian.

Bending Unit
« Reply #162 on: 10-20-2003 16:11 »

I watch Mr. Bean.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #163 on: 10-20-2003 17:11 »

I use yo love watching Mr Bean.


DOOP Secretary
« Reply #164 on: 10-25-2003 02:38 »

I'd love to see what the Americans would make of Phoenix Nights.  Frankly classic observational comedy on northern clubland life. 

I doubt they'd be able to understand Peter Kay's Bolton accent.

DOOP Ubersecretary
« Reply #165 on: 10-25-2003 14:24 »

I doubt they'd be impressed by it.
*must get a lend of season 2*

"'Ave it!"

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #166 on: 10-25-2003 16:44 »

I've got both seasons on DVD, and they're both fantastic.

Especially the extras.
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