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  1. Pete

    The Crown

    Why is this thread so small? It's a superb program. I was massively put off due to my republican leanings, but it's as much about history as it is about the royals and the cast are amazing. Smith especially.
  2. What the hell is with that guest that decided he wanted empty tents near him, so pissed on beds and cut holes in tents? I mean the behaviour is just awful, but then to boast about it? On Netflix? What a cunt. Horrible people all round.
  3. This is great, and further evidence that we need a 80% tax on those who can afford this shite.
  4. Pete


    Another great list, I didn't vote this year as I do all my new music in jan/feb. Anyway, fans of Jon Hopkins should definitely check out the Rival Consoles album.
  5. Pete

    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia!

    Yeah the quality has dropped, and pointing that out in a meta way only guess so far. I really liked the times up episode though. It's still great though, and I'm going to go back and watch some classic episodes now.
  6. Pete

    Brexit: The Uncivil War (Channel 4)

    Well that's not quite I meant. I meant to say this version of the story didn't agree with the reviewers internal story. I think a good reviewer should be able to see that this really worked on a dramatic level, regardless of it's politics. And politically I thought it was quite balanced.
  7. Pete

    Brexit: The Uncivil War (Channel 4)

    The guardian review is really bad, it's far too political. It's not the job of art to portray something accurately, or the way the reviewer would like. Cummings defies lazy characterisation, he is a genuinely interesting person regardless of whether you agree with him or not. I didn't look at my phone for whole scenes and these days that's the ultimate test!
  8. Pete

    Brexit: The Uncivil War (Channel 4)

    This is properly brilliant. Kinnear trying to feed children while dealing with the remain campaign, and his argument with the focus group was a highlight.
  9. Pete

    Brexit: The Uncivil War (Channel 4)

    I'm reading his blog, it's quite interesting, and not what you expect. This does feel like "his history" though.
  10. I'd love to see it permanently stuck in the 60s. It really was the golden age of spying, so much at stake as well.
  11. Pete

    Bros: After the screaming stops

    They were in a Simpson's joke I think?
  12. The chicken one was curious, it seemed early on it foreshadowed what would happen, then it just played it outb exactly as you'd expect. Depressingly inevitable, but I guess that was the point.
  13. Pete

    Bros: After the screaming stops

    Yeah I didn't realise they'd written the when will I be famous song. Born in 1986 so had never even heard of them! Still amazing
  14. Pete

    Bros: After the screaming stops

    Genuine moments of comedy genius, it's just a shame it doesn't end with the drummer convincing his brother to try out some jazz while supporting some Muppets. I love the tour of the house, annoyingly not on you tube but it feels like it could be scripted it's so well edited as well.
  15. Pete

    Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle

    His new show is up on iPlayer, it's pretty brilliant but my parents are from Southend so I'm enjoying all the dogs at the "white supremacist theme park" It's not new! Sorry everyone

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