Discussion in 'books, films, TV, radio & writing' started by danny la rouge, May 5, 2012.
Virgin medias star trek afternoons (tng, voyager, ds9) were largely responsible for my worklessness circa 2009
That and my massive laziness obvs
probably from series two
How the fuck did I miss this
what do they think owls have then
Your mistake is in the fourth word.
Stapleton is a total wanker, but that could be what happens to any man who's married to Lynn Faulds-Woods, old mrs. "potential death trap" as we used to call her when she did "Watchdog".
Still, he was a right tosser when he used to alternate with Kilroy on "The Time, The Place", too.
Not true. I like both.
And he did it with a proper accent, none of your regional nonsense!!
A true Renaissance Man.
This is true, due to my also having a fondness for poisoning family members.
I was thinking more akin to Bertand Russell than the Borgias.
Can I recommend this to you? Bertie is in it, the star, if you will...
Colour me disappointed.
Oddly, I'm currently reading "Proposed Roads to Freedom", purely because of the charming naivety Bertrand displays.
Stayt the obvious....and she wasnt minchin her words either....
The sports presenter has just said "We have a little bit of a Wimbledon champion coming up. No, not Andy."
I never realised he ever won Wimbledon.
I wonder which bit?
Not in my world.
When TVam was faced a strike in the 80s it showed Batman instead and its audience figures rocketed.
The rump presenters invited Adam West to appear but he refused to cross the picket line. Bet you wouldn't get that level of solidarity from Christian Bale.
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