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Was unfortunate enough to catch a part of This Morning the other day. They were talking about props to buy for Halloween. Many of them ran out at £100 to £200. They live in another world.@doffcocker wrote:A couple that spring to mind that people seem to rave about but that I can't get into are Westworld and The Walking Dead.
I'd say that I hate nearly everything on ITV, but then does anybody actually love shit like This Morning or do they just stick it on because they assume there's nowt better on.
Bet you still watch Torchy.@boltonbonce wrote:I'm something of a pariah in our house because I hate most of what's on telly. Last week you'd find me happily watching box sets of The Larkins, and The Rag Trade. They still make me laugh.
I'm a Noggin the Nog man myself. Throw in some Bill and Ben, and that's me sorted.
It's weird that in the early days of television everything was innovative and magical basically because we'd never seen anything like it before and by modern day standards it is very tame. I was 5 when Noggin came out and six when Four Feather Falls and Torchy came out but Gerry Anderson created stuff that was new, believable (despite the strings) and exciting for a kid. It's as though childhood lasted longer - and maybe it did.
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Jodie Comer was brilliant, but the script of the second series was sadly lacking.@okocha wrote:Killing Eve....started promisingly but any plot became less and less relevant, leaving the only intrigue as "how will she kill this week?"
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