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  1. slothian


    Damn straight.
  2. slothian


    I am currently staying with my (and Pandy's) grandmother, who turned 99 6 weeks ago, had a pacemaker fitted on Friday and still lives independently - I know, she's awesome. Anyway, in between the fact that she consumes all manner of Freeview evening programming from the US (CSI, NCIS, Big Bang Theory, Bones etc), she casually mentioned that she watched Star Trek contemporaneously, when she would have been mid-late 40s. After a little prying, it turns out she also would watch The Avengers, the Man from U.N.C.L.E., and The Prisoner (which she found too surreal). Whilst it shouldn't surprise me that someone alive at the time would watch populist programming, it's weird to think both Granny and Grandpa Wilson watched them. Specifically Grandpa.
  3. If I'm allowed another Patreon pick...
  4. I mean, I have but that was the VERY early days Comic Reel-lief - we're talking Episode 21 of Show itself, which was 13 years ago. On that basis, I think it's allowable for HAA, particularly as Pandy & I watched it in the cinema together.
  5. Yes, you can help influence not only the film Pandy & I use as the joint review, but the homework we assign each other to plot the range of their career. As announced in Episode 65, our subject will be Hugo Weaving. Pandy & I will take an executive decision on what makes the joint review by Friday 19 July so get your ideas in before then!  NB) We will not be covering The Matrix or Captain America: The First Avenger.
  6. Indeed - it started something on this network's programming.....
  7. I hate everything about this post, save for Sara Pichelli of whom I have no opinions.
  8. That was the most expensive Doctor Who two-part season finale I have ever seen! Read into that what you will, but I enjoyed it on the whole. One question: at the wake, there was a guy I didn't recognise whatsoever. Teenager/young guy towards the back. I'll look into it further.
  9. Obviously Avon.... ....but also the greatest thing about Timelash!
  10. For the record, I don't think Affleck is a bad Batman by any stretch, merely he's in the cowl in 2-3 films that haven't been critically acclaimed. I've heard mixed things about Gad - I reserve comment until I actually see him do something.
  11. I think it's 11th on my Flickchart, but I echo everything you said. The best James Bond playing a sinister supermarket manager would get my money anyway, but the film as a whole is so damn good.
  12. Can we all agree that Eli Roth helming a Death Wish remake was a bad idea? I'd be happy if that prick never made another movie ever again.
  13. One of the fun external things about last night's AEW Double or Nothing is the number of wantaway WWE stars tweeting about without giving a single fuck. No matter how successful AEW ultimately becomes, WWE have created this perfect storm by maintaining the creative "vision" of a senile, single-minded prick who cannot move on from anything. And pushes Roman Reigns as a top babyface.