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5 hours ago, Captain Novaforce said:

What are you guys watching this on? Think it will be on BBC soon?

The high seas... (well a yehar app on my firestick) 

 

this weeks ep is another great one 

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This was my favourite episode of season 2 so far. The olds on the internet thing was perfect, Colin Robinson continues to be terrifying, and I loved the vibe of the creepy 70s house:

 

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Plus this was easily one of the best exits anyone has ever made:

 

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"Be sure you do some new songs."

"..why?"

"Because every time I go to a rock concert and the singer says 'okay, we're gonna take a break from the hits and do some of our new material', the crowd goes bananas." 

 

ColinRobinson is pure, concentrated evil.

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Season two finale was another brilliant episode - the entire season two has raised the bar (which was set very high after season one)
 

and those last two lines of the episode - made me burst out laughing

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The episode with the witches was brilliant as well. The line about the "generic European accent" cracked me up. As did the final line:

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Should we finish each other off then not tell anyone about it?

 

It's been a great series that has got better as it's gone on. Some genuine laugh out loud funny bits in the last few episodes.

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10 hours ago, papalazarou said:

Season two finale was another brilliant episode - the entire season two has raised the bar (which was set very high after season one)
 

and those last two lines of the episode - made me burst out laughing

 

I haven't watched the last episode yet but I've not found it to be anywhere near the same quality as the first season. It's still great, and the characters are all still brilliant, but it's mostly fallen a little flat for me. 

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On 24/04/2020 at 18:05, marlonharewood said:

Really good small scale story that takes place in a single location for the third episode.

 

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Lots of fun human and vampire interactions and a great reveal on what the mosquito society is really all about.

 

 

I loved the Superbowl joke. 

 

Matt Berry is always good in everything. I don't think he'll ever top his Beef character from House of Fools but he's great in this. All the characters are great. Nadia gets all the best lines though. 

 

Colin Robinson reminds me of a guy I used to deal with at work years ago called...... Colin. 

 

I imagine there's loads of outtakes where they corpse in this a lot during filming. It's obvious they all love being in this. It's brilliant fun. 

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16 hours ago, spanky debrest said:

I binge watched both seasons of this the other week, what a great show this is. Nadja totally makes it for me, such a brilliant character played by a gifted comic. 

 

Check her out in Stath Lets Flats. Just as great, as was her one off sketch show with Ellie Price.

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2 hours ago, Death's Head said:

 

Check her out in Stath Lets Flats. Just as great, as was her one off sketch show with Ellie Price.


She’s in Eurovision: The Story of Fire Saga on Netflix too. Briefly. 

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