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Thread: The masked dancer

  1. #21

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by Armitage Shanks View Post
    I'm hoping mad and I want something in the middle
    It’s the hope that kills you

  2. #22

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    Can anyone name me a worse prime time show in the last 20 years?
    I can't comment as I had the good sense not to watch crap like this.
    It's made for lonely women with nothing better to do.

  3. #23

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by Wash DC Blue View Post
    Itís a fair reflection of where we are as a society IMO.

    The Public gets what The Public wants and all that...
    Exactly. The worst part is that it WAS a good idea. They are making money.

  4. #24

    Re: The masked dancer

    Mrs Brown's Boys.

  5. #25

    Re: The masked dancer

    They should really shake it up, unmask the dancer and it’s Rose West or someone like that, imagine the gasps if Bin Laden or Jimmy Saville were unmasked

  6. #26

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by AfricanBluebird View Post
    Mrs Brown's Boys.

    Is the winner, has there ever been anything worse than this?

  7. #27

    Re: The masked dancer

    Not primetime, but
    Escape to the Country - People want to move (or maybe just want to be on tv) but are too lazy to house-hunt for themselves,
    Home under the hammer - Proprty speculators taking advantage of other peoples hard times (may are reposesed houses under auction)
    Bargai n Hunt - why is this shite still given airtime?

  8. #28

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    Not primetime, but
    Escape to the Country - People want to move (or maybe just want to be on tv) but are too lazy to house-hunt for themselves,
    Home under the hammer - Proprty speculators taking advantage of other peoples hard times (may are reposesed houses under auction)
    Bargai n Hunt - why is this shite still given airtime?
    Because they are relatively cheap to make. The best part about Homes under the Hammer is the music.

  9. #29

    Re: The masked dancer

    Louis Smith, a talented human.

  10. #30

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    Not primetime, but
    Escape to the Country - People want to move (or maybe just want to be on tv) but are too lazy to house-hunt for themselves,
    Home under the hammer - Proprty speculators taking advantage of other peoples hard times (may are reposesed houses under auction)
    Bargai n Hunt - why is this shite still given airtime?
    You've hit a raw nerve with me there!

    Any of those programmes that 'help' people find a house I find degrading.

    I have NEVER seen one of those programmes where I though "ah, they seem a lovely family".

    What kind of sickos expose their finances, kids and personal tastes to a TV audience - there is something very wrong and disturbing about these kind of people.

    I saw one episode where the guy said "yeah Barnsley is changing, there are a lot of immigrants and the town has changed so now, because I made a bit of money on my business, is the right time to retire abroad. But we would still want to be a part of a British expat community"... how that got through the BBC edit is beyond me.

    So people coming to live in Barnsley are immigrants while he thought he was an 'expat'. What a prick.

    I get great delight in telling 'expats' in Uganda that they are migrants and seeing them squirm.

  11. #31

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    Not primetime, but
    Escape to the Country - People want to move (or maybe just want to be on tv) but are too lazy to house-hunt for themselves,
    Home under the hammer - Proprty speculators taking advantage of other peoples hard times (may are reposesed houses under auction)
    Bargai n Hunt - why is this shite still given airtime?
    I would imagine that it's not so much lazy people applying to the programme but TV producers contacting estate agents to identify individuals whose search for a dwelling would be of interest. I could be wrong, of course....

  12. #32

    Re: The masked dancer

    Quote Originally Posted by AfricanBluebird View Post
    You've hit a raw nerve with me there!

    Any of those programmes that 'help' people find a house I find degrading.

    I have NEVER seen one of those programmes where I though "ah, they seem a lovely family".

    What kind of sickos expose their finances, kids and personal tastes to a TV audience - there is something very wrong and disturbing about these kind of people.

    I saw one episode where the guy said "yeah Barnsley is changing, there are a lot of immigrants and the town has changed so now, because I made a bit of money on my business, is the right time to retire abroad. But we would still want to be a part of a British expat community"... how that got through the BBC edit is beyond me.

    So people coming to live in Barnsley are immigrants while he thought he was an 'expat'. What a prick.

    I get great delight in telling 'expats' in Uganda that they are migrants and seeing them squirm.

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