Started by dragonboy, Sep 01, 2006, 06:22 AM
QuoteIs this the one you got CC?I need to buy this...http://www.amazon.co.uk/Spaced-Definitive-Collectors-Jessica-Stevenson/dp/B0002LXU6I/sr=1-1/qid=1157209511/ref=pd_bowtega_1/202-0291214-2427813?ie=UTF8&s=dvd
QuoteIf what you say is true Doc, then that's at least 10 gold runs right there! ;D
QuoteLots of talk about Family Guy...did anyone like American Dad? I bought the first series on DVD & was really disappointed. It just wasn't funny.I'm looking forward to Series 7 of King Of The Hill & the next Seinfeld boxset, which I read will both be out for Xmas.Only 113 shopping days to go! :o
Quote"Hey! I'm Jim and I enjoy such activities as woodworking and weight training!"
Quoteand I think Paxman does a great job...."Come on!"
QuoteI was looking for Gareth (or was it Chris Finch?) giving the new guy a hard time for being on blockbusters & found this:Tim: Team Leader don't mean anything mate.Gareth: Excuse me, it means I'm leader of a team.Tim: No it doesn't. It's a title someone's given you to get you to do something they don't want to do for free - it's like making the div kid at school milk monitor. No one respects it.Gareth: I think they do.Tim: No they don't Gareth.Gareth: Erm yes they do, cos if people were rude to me then I used to give them their milk last... so it was warm. TV rarely gets much better than this ;D
QuoteYes, that is the right intonation :)Doc, I haven't seen Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster. Where's that from?
QuoteHe certainly does, but I can't stop thinking of him as Bertie Wooster! Did you see any of that Chills?I wonder how Hugh Laurie's American accent sounds to real Americans. Is it convincing?
QuoteJeeves & Wooster - a BBC series from the early 90's starring Laurie and the equally brilliant (I hate using that severely over-used British adjective but it fits here) Stephen Fry http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098833/
QuoteAs a Canadian, I can tell you it's good, if not everyman American generic - like news anchors on major networks.
Quote I saw Minnie Driver and John Cleese in Friends recently, for example, and they didn't sound anything like they normally would. Weird :-/
QuoteI have never heard of that show before. But Fry and Laurie are definitely a magnificent duo.
QuoteWorth a look if you get the chance. Gentle humour, poking fun at the British aristocracy. Very funny.