Time Gentlemen Please

Time Gentlemen Please. Image shows from L to R: Janet (Julia Sawalha), Vicky Jackson (Rebecca Front), Guv (Al Murray), Steve (Jason Freeman), Terry (Phil Daniels). Copyright: Avalon Television.

Time Gentlemen Please

Patriotic landlord Guv runs a pub so successful it has no name, and is frequented only by a group of life's greatest losers

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Chappers

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:19am
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I couldn't find the earlier thread.

I'm watching this now on Paramount and think it's brilliant. OTT characters and loads of catchphrases.

Probably sums me up!

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Britcom Barry

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:23am
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I was only thinking about this the other day, not seen it for sometime.

This was of course was made by Sky can anyone think of any other “Good” comedies make by Sky

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Chappers

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:25am
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Wasn't there one about some aliens?

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Lee

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:28am
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Have never really watched it. But I do like Al Murray and that young woman in it is yummy.

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Aaron

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:38am
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Yes. The Strangerers. But as Barry said, "can anyone think of any other "Good" comedies ma[d]e by Sky".

TGP is awesome to a previously unknown level.

Quote: Leevil @ July 20, 2007, 10:28 PM

Have never really watched it. But I do like Al Murray and that young woman in it is yummy.


You're probably talking about the lovely Emma Pierson there. She was only in series 2 (the far shorter of the two).

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Britcom Barry

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:41am [Edited]
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There was the Harry Enfield show but even Harry admits that it was rubbish.

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Lee

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:43am
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Emma Pierson Lovey

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Aaron

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:44am
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Lee, your taste is developing. :)

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Lee

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:47am
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From what? I have a fine palette for women.

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Aaron

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:52am
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I seem to recall some discussion regarding the car-crash that is Beyoncé Knowles. ;)

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Lee

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 3:55am
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She's a fine figure of a woman. Corrrr those curves, all in the right places, yum!

Emma Pierson is more my type, but Beyoncé can still Bouncé all over me. :D

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Aaron

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 4:01am
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Well, ok, I'll give you that one. But the whole face, attitude, voice... It kind of negates the rest. ;)

Anyway. Emma Pierson. She went to an all-girls Catholic boarding school and spent her time "practicing speaking in tongues". :P (Well, Connie did anyway.)

So young, so pure... BLOODY STUDENTS!

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Lee

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 4:09am [Edited]
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Lol. Yeah the whole "Diva" thing is bollocks.

What else has Emma been in? The name sounds familiar, unless I'm thinking of someone else?

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Chappers

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 5:12am
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Is Aaron's girlfriend looking in again? That's the only reason I can think of for him to come straight out of the blue and slag off Beyonce. I bet she found his life sized stained poster.

Also one of the Sawalha sisters played the Aussie girl in tonights episode. (First series?)

Is it Julia or Nadia?

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Lee

  • Saturday 21st July 2007, 9:39am [Edited]
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Quote: David Chapman @ July 21, 2007, 12:12 AM

I bet she found his life sized stained poster.

You mean stained glass in his temple of Beyonce?