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Don't watch much telly myself but I'm staying up tonight to watch the Green Wing special. Might have a few beers as well. Mustn't forget that I've got work tomorrow though. :evil:


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I DVD'd "Only An Excuse" & Still Game" from BBC1 Scotland last night, so we just had a hoot at those.

Still Game is repeated tonight on BBC2, so viewers south of the border can & should watch it. Some classic moments!


I'm in love with Isa :oops:


John..... you're not like Darren from "Little Britain" are you?


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Echosnare wrote:
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Echosnare wrote:
I DVD'd "Only An Excuse" & Still Game" from BBC1 Scotland last night, so we just had a hoot at those.

Still Game is repeated tonight on BBC2, so viewers south of the border can & should watch it. Some classic moments!


I'm in love with Isa :oops:


John..... you're not like Darren from "Little Britain" are you?

Which one is Darren?


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Looks like i will resort to the Fantasy Channel tonight :P

10.30pm Hard & Loaded :? Sounds good :wink:

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The last two episodes of the latest season of "Lost" and episode ten of "Torchwood", which was a great improvement, with a decent plot and much better characterisations.

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Echosnare wrote:
sparrow wrote:
Echosnare wrote:
I DVD'd "Only An Excuse" & Still Game" from BBC1 Scotland last night, so we just had a hoot at those.

Still Game is repeated tonight on BBC2, so viewers south of the border can & should watch it. Some classic moments!


I'm in love with Isa :oops:


John..... you're not like Darren from "Little Britain" are you?


Yes :oops: I'd love to morning her toes.


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The Squid And The Whale, something from a film called Domino, then ending the day with Swiss Tony on BBC. :lol:


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I was watching the TV with me headphones on. Soapstar Superstar ..what a pile of shite . My wife laps up shows like that.


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My faves at the moment:

Doctor Who [classic & new]
24
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24 begins new episodes on Sunday (Jan. 14). Can't wait.

I'm also eagerly waiting for the BBC to air the second season of Life on Mars. I understand this will wrap up the series storyline. Of course, being in America, I'll have to wait until it ends its run in the UK first. Drat!

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24 begins new episodes on Sunday (Jan. 14). Can't wait.

I'm also eagerly waiting for the BBC to air the second season of Life on Mars. I understand this will wrap up the series storyline. Of course, being in America, I'll have to wait until it ends its run in the UK first. Drat!


Really looking forward to the new 24. Haven't yet heard any news on the broadcast date for the new Life On Mars.

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Watching Ted(The Count) Hankey in the Darts...............its a tough match for him this :!: but he wins 4 sets to 3 after being two sets down......
More bats for the audience in the quarter finals :D

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Now watching in TV Liverpool vs Arsenal 1-4 (in the first half time).

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Now watching in TV Liverpool vs Arsenal 1-4 (in the first half time).


3-6 and another poor showing. At the quarter-final stage, you'd think Manager's would field a stronger side. Serious looking injuries to Mark Gonzalez and Luis Garcia as well, a disastrous evening all round. Liverpool will have to perform much better when Barcelona come to town!

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Now watching in TV Liverpool vs Arsenal 1-4 (in the first half time).


3-6 and another poor showing. At the quarter-final stage, you'd think Manager's would field a stronger side. Serious looking injuries to Mark Gonzalez and Luis Garcia as well, a disastrous evening all round. Liverpool will have to perform much better when Barcelona come to town!

Hoooo Mick. Liverpool vs Arsenal 3-6 final. Amazing.

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