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Started watching “The Thick of It”.
Pretty funny so far 
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Clap One of the greatest ever made. 
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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:


Started watching “The Thick of It”.
Pretty funny so far 

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Brilliant. More documentary than comedy if truth be told .
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I stuck with White Lines until the bitter end. It’s fairly sh1t. The lead character was particularly annoying. 
There’s some good old school Acid and Balearic house tracks featured and it does tap into the hedonistic side of Ibiza. 10 episodes was way too long though, it drags to a finish. 
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the last kingdom on Netflix, recommended after a few episodes, but very strongly recommended after season 3. Really interesting take on the Viking age in Britain. 
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I watched all of Normal People. I wasted however much time it took to watch it. Garbage 
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Into season 2 of Fauda. Enjoying it so far
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

I watched all of Normal People. I wasted however much time it took to watch it. Garbage 
I was very annoyed by the end of it! However,  I haven't watched a single thing on the television since Caliphate. It made me so f**king angry! 
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Anyone watched Save Me Too?
Halfway through the series. What’s the story with Stephen Graham’s character, can’t remember how it ended with him in the first season other than he was a bit of a paedo
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Anyone watched Save Me Too?
Halfway through the series. What’s the story with Stephen Graham’s character, can’t remember how it ended with him in the first season other than he was a bit of a paedo

Yeah he was a paedo and did time. He is a recovering one in s1. 
In the last ep of season 1, he went with nelly to the bar/snooker club place when they were going to bid under the pretence he was still a paedo. But he also disappeared off with a young one then and left a question mark.

Watch the full 2nd season and see what you think
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Anyone watched Save Me Too?
Halfway through the series. What’s the story with Stephen Graham’s character, can’t remember how it ended with him in the first season other than he was a bit of a paedo

Bit of a paedo.  Surely you are either one or you are not. 
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Anyone watched Save Me Too?
Halfway through the series. What’s the story with Stephen Graham’s character, can’t remember how it ended with him in the first season other than he was a bit of a paedo
He f**ked off to America, got a better gig with De Niro, Pacino and Pesci.
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Watch out for ' The First Team' on BBC2 , starting on Thursday. It's a sitcom written by the same guys (Iain Morris and Damon Beesley ) behind ' The Inbetweeners ' and was inspired by an eleven and a half hour flight Morris was on where he found himself sitting beside Damien Delaney and engaged in what he described as a fascinating conversation about footballers' lives. They did a lot of additional research since and have come up with something that could be very funny.
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Just a few episodes into the thick of it, brilliant. Malcolm Tucker is class in it LOL
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Just finished little boy blue on itv at the minute, really enjoyed it and Stephen Graham is fantastic, didn't follow it much on the news in 07 but having kids now it's a heartbreaking at times, gave me a whole different perspective 
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Finished season 1 of Brassic, a very fun show, looking forward to season 2!
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