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Old Sep 13th 2012, 1:59 pm   #76
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Watched the first series of Hit & Miss (Direct TV Audience Network On Demand). Hubby wasn't aware of the erm 'extra' plot twist and got the shock of his life .

Also watched Injustice (Direct TV Audience Network On Demand) with James Purefoy. Was OK but saw the ending coming.
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For those who remembered Brookside on Channel 4...it is returning this November.
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You know better than not to provide a link.
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Old Sep 15th 2012, 2:36 am   #79
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For those who remembered Brookside on Channel 4...it is returning this November.
Really? Why?

Anyway, so apart from Mock the Week that returned, QI is also back.

Moone Boy, I think it's a new Irish comedy? Anyway, sounded vaguely amusing when I read about it a bit back but can't quite remember what it's actually about now, though I see a couple of episodes have just popped up.
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You know better than not to provide a link.
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Since Jersey counts on me to put up the links here goes:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Corkhill

" Jimmy has often been cited as a lovable rogue by the media. He is returning to Brookside when it returns to Channel 4 in November 2012." Looks like it's true
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Corkhill

" Jimmy has often been cited as a lovable rogue by the media. He is returning to Brookside when it returns to Channel 4 in November 2012." Looks like it's true
Sorry I read Kim's post late last night...forgot all about it this morning.
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I'm halfway through tonight's episode of Downton Abbey...bloody brilliant.
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Finished...but I didn't want it to stop.

BTW the sick father in The Good Cop was Helen Worth's (Gail from Corrie) husband in real life. She has aged much better than him.
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Finished...but I didn't want it to stop.
Yep, me neither Just finished watching it. Call me soppy if you like but I cried at the wedding




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That's interesting. I didn't know! What do you mean "was" are they divorcd now ?
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Yep, me neither Just finished watching it. Call me soppy if you like but I cried at the wedding






That's interesting. I didn't know! What do you mean "was" are they divorcd now ?

Yes they have been divorced for several years.
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Parade's End is the the beebs answer to Downton and their big hope for a period drama.

I didn't really rate the first episode, but we've not got around to watching the second one yet, have it lined up and the previous for it did look better, but the characters just seemed very meh to begin with.
I'm on the third episode at last. I find that woman infuriating and think Benedict Cumberbatch should stick with Sherlock. Totally frustrated but plan to watch it to the end to see where they're going with this
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Scapegoat...one off drama...also looks interesting. An adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's classic novel. 2 men who look identical but are very different.
So we got around to watching that last night and really enjoyed it. Some lovely architecture and scenery.

Little slow to get going though, but some amusing characters. Good little story and worth the watch.

Also saw the first episode of Moone Boy, which is a Irish comedy series about a kid who has imaginary friends. It has the bloke who was in IT Crowd.

Really bizarre show this but surprisingly amusing and well worth a punt if you want a short comedy to check out.
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So we got around to watching that last night and really enjoyed it. Some lovely architecture and scenery.

Little slow to get going though, but some amusing characters. Good little story and worth the watch.

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Finished...but I didn't want it to stop.

BTW the sick father in The Good Cop was Helen Worth's (Gail from Corrie) husband in real life. She has aged much better than him.
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