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    Wasn't sure about series 1 of Breeders, really enjoying series 2 though.


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    Finished it earlier tonight, good stuff.
    I’m watching episode 1 now. Only half way through it, can’t remember ever feeling so tense this early in a program.

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    I had a bit of a problem making out the dialogue with some of Stephen Graham's lines, had to rewind a few times. He's got a very broad scouse accent but I normally have no probs understanding what he's saying. Anyone else have that prob with this production, or am I going deef?
    That's what subtitles are for. 😉

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    Well I watched all three episodes of Time back to back. Oh my god, what roller coaster of emotions. It was tense, inspirational, heartbreaking and entertaining all at the same time. I’m a cryer in general but this was something else for me. Pretty sure I cried through about 40% of it for various reasons. I absolutely love dramas by Jimmy McGovern, but along with Ken Loach, I don’t know why I persist in watching their work because I really do get myself in a bit of a state. I Daniel Blake will remain one of my favourite films, but I have never been able to watch it at second time. It’s too upsetting

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    Well I watched all three episodes of Time back to back. Oh my god, what roller coaster of emotions. It was tense, inspirational, heartbreaking and entertaining all at the same time. I’m a cryer in general but this was something else for me. Pretty sure I cried through about 40% of it for various reasons. I absolutely love dramas by Jimmy McGovern, but along with Ken Loach, I don’t know why I persist in watching their work because I really do get myself in a bit of a state. I Daniel Blake will remain one of my favourite films, but I have never been able to watch it at second time. It’s too upsetting

    I’ve watched the first one last night loved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    Well I watched all three episodes of Time back to back. Oh my god, what roller coaster of emotions. It was tense, inspirational, heartbreaking and entertaining all at the same time. I’m a cryer in general but this was something else for me. Pretty sure I cried through about 40% of it for various reasons. I absolutely love dramas by Jimmy McGovern, but along with Ken Loach, I don’t know why I persist in watching their work because I really do get myself in a bit of a state. I Daniel Blake will remain one of my favourite films, but I have never been able to watch it at second time. It’s too upsetting
    Yeah it really made you think didn’t it.

    The piece with his ex cell mate at the end really did bring home what it means to leave people to ‘rot in jail’.

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    The pact was a decent wee binge

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    The pact was a decent wee binge
    Almost put off by the slowish start, decent watch in the end.

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    How good is Mr Browns Boys. Craig Burley is hilarious.

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    How good is Mr Browns Boys. Craig Burley is hilarious.
    I cannae stand it. Absolutely *****.

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    How good is Mr Browns Boys. Craig Burley is hilarious.
    Can’t stand it….feels like something out of the 70s…..


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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    I cannae stand it. Absolutely *****.
    I’d rather drink my own piss than watch that crap.

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    Are people getting confused with MRS Brown's Boys? Or am I being whooshed?

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    Are people getting confused with MRS Brown's Boys? Or am I being whooshed?
    Ah. Oops. Yes. My comment was on that. Apologies

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    I’d rather drink my own piss than watch that crap.
    I mean Brown's teams weren't particularly great to watch but that's a bit extreme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    I mean Brown's teams weren't particularly great to watch but that's a bit extreme.
    Oops…

    Do we get a rundown of his decades younger conquests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneone73 View Post
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    Are people getting confused with MRS Brown's Boys? Or am I being whooshed?
    Oops

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    Not sure if anyone has mentioned Absentia yet, just found out that the main characters dad (pain in the hole by the way) was played by the guy that played the part of the French archaeologist in Raiders of the lost ark! 🤓

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    'Time' Was very good with Sean Bean and Stephen Graham

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    I've finished Mare of easttown and while I thought Kate Winslet was excellent, I found the whole thing predictable.

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    Netflix are capable of bad as well as good. I've just watched "awake" which is the sort of TV movie that makes wish you had stuff that needs doing elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    'Time' Was very good with Sean Bean and Stephen Graham
    Agreed. Acting was superb but I'd expect nothing less from these 2.
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    Anyone watched/watching BBC drama 'Hidden ' ? I'm 2 episodes in and finding it a bit meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    Anyone watched/watching BBC drama 'Hidden ' ? I'm 2 episodes in and finding it a bit meh
    It's very slow and void of any action., but I still enjoyed it.

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    GB News ‘What Matters to You’ needs a mention. The phone in show received calls from Mike Hunt and Mike Oxlong. Michelle Dewberry failed to notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    GB News ‘What Matters to You’ needs a mention. The phone in show received calls from Mike Hunt and Mike Oxlong. Michelle Dewberry failed to notice.
    Her choice of outfit was a bit unfortunate as well!

    https://metro.co.uk/2021/06/15/gb-news-michelle-dewberry-reacts-to-nsfw-comparison-about-top-viewer-14775381/

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    GB News ‘What Matters to You’ needs a mention. The phone in show received calls from Mike Hunt and Mike Oxlong. Michelle Dewberry failed to notice.

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    Anyone watch the first series of Guilt on the BBC with Mark Bonnar? It's on the iplayer. Can't see anywhere when the second series will be aired just loads of trailers with no date when it will be shown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    GB News ‘What Matters to You’ needs a mention. The phone in show received calls from Mike Hunt and Mike Oxlong. Michelle Dewberry failed to notice.
    I see it already has the hashtag #gbeebies 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa Cruz View Post
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    Anyone watch the first series of Guilt on the BBC with Mark Bonnar? It's on the iplayer. Can't see anywhere when the second series will be aired just loads of trailers with no date when it will be shown.
    No hint here


    https://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2020/guilt-series-two
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