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Christmas Lights on BBC America?

Old Dec 24th 2005, 3:26 am
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Did anybody watch it? I did. Hubby and I loved it. Only in Brit would we have a xmas special set on a council estate with white van drivers as the stars. Friends it isn't! And thank heavens for that!
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Did anybody watch it? I did. Hubby and I loved it. Only in Brit would we have a xmas special set on a council estate with white van drivers as the stars. Friends it isn't! And thank heavens for that!
Even the christmas lights at the end where nothing compared to here though!

I am now waiting for tomorrow night for Mr Harvey Lights a candle, I love Bones and House but no-one does tv like the Beeb!
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Even the christmas lights at the end where nothing compared to here though!
But that's half the attraction. Hubby loved it.

We're watching Creature Comforts now. I feel the start of a new family tradition coming on!
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We saw it last year when we were back in England for Christmas and it was soooo funny! Just had a peek to see what BBCAmerica has in store for us tonight and it is a blooming Changing Rooms marathon. What's that about?
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I got so p***ed off with BBC America when they took off Eastenders and look what they have on the box tonight...changing rooms AGAIN!! oh well, forensic channel for me....lol sad eh???
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Originally Posted by CaliforniaBride
Did anybody watch it? I did. Hubby and I loved it. Only in Brit would we have a xmas special set on a council estate with white van drivers as the stars. Friends it isn't! And thank heavens for that!
We watched it, very good
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Originally Posted by yorkshirelass
We saw it last year when we were back in England for Christmas and it was soooo funny! Just had a peek to see what BBCAmerica has in store for us tonight and it is a blooming Changing Rooms marathon. What's that about?
Last year! Bloody 'ell emigrating really does throw you out of the loop!
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Originally Posted by yorkshirelass
We saw it last year when we were back in England for Christmas and it was soooo funny! Just had a peek to see what BBCAmerica has in store for us tonight and it is a blooming Changing Rooms marathon. What's that about?
Makes you long for the days of vegging out in front of the TV on Christmas night while watching Only Fools & Horses doesn't it. Rest assured i'll be checking all the usual sources for such delights as Doctor Who, and The Two Ronnies Christmas Sketchbook later.

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