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Old 23-03-2007, 23:44   #161
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Radcliffe shilling for punters for his stage show which sounds underbooked. Newton wittering on about pubic wigs with strangely nothing to plug. Ross more interested in boring us stupid with more dog pictures. Turned off when the paid brawler came on. Boxing is not a sport.

The title sequence is not the only thing past itís sell-by date regarding this show.
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Old 24-03-2007, 00:06   #162
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Turned off when the paid brawler came on. Boxing is not a sport.
What's your definition of a sport then?
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Old 24-03-2007, 00:10   #163
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Radcliffe shilling for punters for his stage show which sounds underbooked. Newton wittering on about pubic wigs with strangely nothing to plug. Ross more interested in boring us stupid with more dog pictures. Turned off when the paid brawler came on. Boxing is not a sport.

The title sequence is not the only thing past itís sell-by date regarding this show.

Who forgot his happy pill today then.


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Old 24-03-2007, 11:15   #165
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What's your definition of a sport then?

I can tell you what it isnít - One where two dim men inflict brain damage on each other for the pleasure of a baying mob, the first couple of rows of which pay extra to have blood splattered on them.

That it hasnít been banned is a continual source of bafflement to me.
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Radcliffe shilling for punters for his stage show which sounds underbooked. Newton wittering on about pubic wigs with strangely nothing to plug. Ross more interested in boring us stupid with more dog pictures. Turned off when the paid brawler came on. Boxing is not a sport.

The title sequence is not the only thing past itís sell-by date regarding this show.

Whilst I agree with your assessment of the actual programme (it used to be good - now it is the CD Wow of television) Equus is a sell out.
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Old 24-03-2007, 12:31   #167
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Whilst I agree with your assessment of the actual programme (it used to be good - now it is the CD Wow of television) Equus is a sell out.

Radcliffe thought otherwise - He said there were "loads of tickets" left.
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Old 24-03-2007, 14:19   #168
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Radcliffe shilling for punters for his stage show which sounds underbooked. Newton wittering on about pubic wigs with strangely nothing to plug.
I'm confused - so is it bad if someone plugs something, or bad if they don't plug something.
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Old 24-03-2007, 14:28   #169
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What's your definition of a sport then?
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Old 24-03-2007, 15:48   #170
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I'm confused - so is it bad if someone plugs something, or bad if they don't plug something.

Well itís certainly "bad" if they have nothing else of interest to replace it with however I was speaking more in terms of current chat-show conventions where the only reason they turn up is to plug something. As I said - Strange.
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Old 24-03-2007, 19:10   #171
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Guess whoís on next week? Ricky Gervais.
Didnt see that coming
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I can tell you what it isnít - One where two dim men inflict brain damage on each other for the pleasure of a baying mob, the first couple of rows of which pay extra to have blood splattered on them.

That it hasnít been banned is a continual source of bafflement to me.
FFS, what a ridiculous comment. Boxing is one of the greatest sports there is. I bet you're a vegetarian too.

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Rossy's radio show on Saturday mornings is much better and funnier too!
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FFS, what a ridiculous comment. Boxing is one of the greatest sports there is. I bet you're a vegetarian too.

Hilarious! That you think anyone who despises boxing must be a veggie speaks volumes about you.

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Hilarious! That you think anyone who despises boxing must be a veggie speaks volumes about you.

So I'm right then.
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Anyone see last nights? Thought it was pretty funny but did have a few cringe worthy moments.
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Gervais said he would never do that dance again.
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Gervais said he would never do that dance again.
Although he clearly didn't think he was doing it 'on camera' - he looked very annoyed when it became clear they intended to keep that bit in the show!
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Thought Fridays was poor.
Gareth Gates was totally out of his depth.
Ricky Gervais was ok, but we've seen it all before so many times.
John Travolta looked very uncomfortable with some of the questions - pre-nup, scientology, being forced to say he'd be on extras.
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Agree with you on all the above. You could tell Travolta just wanted the interview to end and get out of there. I know how he felt.
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