What are you watching on TV? Page 2160

AvatarBCG Supporter

Chappers

  • Friday 6th September 2019, 10:17pm
  • Surreyish., England
  • 30,342 posts

ABH for throwing a glass of water? Presumably she emptied the glass at them - didn't throw the glass. I'm not condoning it but what about real crimes?

Avatar

Definitely Tarby

  • Friday 6th September 2019, 10:34pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 1,750 posts

I'm not even sure if that part is true because she threw water at them but I don't even think it hit them and even if it did that wouldn't be ABH. They get worse than that all the time so I can't see them pursuing something that they would likely lose. But with the way he talks who knows what is true in that story. He says his wife got angry because the bailiffs upset their kids but it was his wife overacting that did that. No-one likes bailiffs on their doorstep but you don't resort to antics like water throwing and insults. To be fair to him though he was reasonable.

AvatarBCG Supporter

Hercules Grytpype Thynne

  • Friday 6th September 2019, 11:47pm
  • England
  • 16,083 posts

"Lost Films of WW2" on BBC4 Thurs 9 pm, part two next week.

ABSOLUTELY riveting!
Mostly amateur films taken pre, during and post the war by keen (VERY! A lot were in colour!!) cinematographers using top quality 16 mm cameras, and nearly all the footage only recently discovered in lofts etc. by the children/grandchildren of these people, who related some very sad and poignant memories that went with them too.

Avatar

Briosaid

  • Sunday 8th September 2019, 10:03pm
  • Scotland
  • 868 posts

'Munich'. Terrible

Avatar

Michael Monkhouse

  • Tuesday 10th September 2019, 9:04am
  • Eternal City, Italy
  • 4,168 posts

Counting cards... That was my Rainman impression. It's good, isn't it?

AvatarBCG Supporter

Will Cam

  • Wednesday 11th September 2019, 9:40pm
  • England
  • 7,917 posts

I'm only bumping this as I found it looking for something else

I used to love these little sketches Sootyj used to knock out randomly in response to a post I may make. This one was in answer to me moaning how shit the Hunger Games was that Mrs Will Cam raved about. He'd knocked it out just over an hour after my original post. I sure do miss that guy around here.

Quote: sootyj @ 20th October 2012, 11:52 PM

THE WARD OF A HOSPITAL OOP NORTH KIDS SIT AROUND WITH POTS ON THEIR HEADS, OTHERS WITH RICKETS,AS WELL AS PREGNANT WOMEN WITH A DOZEN KIDS SPREAD AROUND AND BLACK EYES. BYE ECK IT'S A GRIM SCENE. IN THE THIS GRIM SCENE MRS OUR WILL CAM AND OUR WILL CAM JR SIT SIDE BY SIDE.
NURSE GLADYS EMANUEL ADDRESSES THEM

NURSE GLADY EMANUEL
Well we've managed to save most of yon daft bugger, worse luck.

MRS OUR WILL CAM
Aye worse luck, t'world would be a better place with less daft ha'peths in it.

OUR WILL CAM JR
By eck this is embarassing, I just wanted to watch t'hunger games.

MRS OUR WILL CAM GIVES HIM A CLIP AROUND THE EAR.

MRS OUR WILL
Our Will Cam may be a tight fisted, pudding brained, waste of dripping, but he's still yon father! Well that or the milkmanis.

NURSE GLADYS EMANUEL
Happens as like that might be, by why did he do that thing with the ferret.

OUR WILL CAM JR
Because my ruddy dad is a reet pranett. He thought he was supposed to stick himself oop the ferrets trousers.

NURSE GLADYS EMANUEL
By eck!

DR HERRIOT WALKS OUT OF THE OPERATING THEATRE PUSHING OUR WILL CAM IN A WHEEL BARROW

DR HERRIOT THROWS A DEAD FERRET WITH A MASSIVELY DISDENDED ANUS AT MRS OUR WILL CAM

DR HERRIOT
And if yon arse headed nincompoop trys to shove himself up anymore animals fundaments I'll bray the lot of ya!

OUR WILL CAM JR
This is so embarassing, I...

MRS OUR WILL CAM GIVES HIM A CLIP AROUND THE YEAR

MRS OUR WILL CAM
Bloody shut up or you can fook off and live with Sir Jimmy Saville's corpse in his grave in Scarborough.

OUR WILL CAM JR
Not Scarborough.

MRS OUR WILL CAM
Now where's yon ruddy dog though pudding head?

OUR WILL CAM
Erm early experiment in secreting ferrets about my person.

OUR WILL CAM STANDS UP, A TAIL WAGS OUT OF THE BACK OF HIS TROUSERS IMPLYING HE HAS SHOVED SOOTYJ HIS BELOVED WHIPPET UP HIS FUNDAMENT.

AvatarBCG Supporter

Chappers

  • Thursday 12th September 2019, 10:39pm [Edited]
  • Surreyish., England
  • 30,342 posts

I'm watching a couple of documentaries on BBC4 about World War II showing lots of previously unshown films from the time.

Fascinating documentary about Eric Winkle Brown "probably the best pilot this country has produced."

AvatarBCG Supporter

Hercules Grytpype Thynne

  • Thursday 12th September 2019, 11:40pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 16,083 posts
Quote: Chappers @ 12th September 2019, 10:39 PM

I'm watching a couple of documentaries on BBC4 about World War II showing lots of previously unshown films from the time.

READ ALL ABART IT!! :P

Quote: Hercules Grytpype Thynne @ 6th September 2019, 11:47 PM

"Lost Films of WW2" on BBC4 Thurs 9 pm, part two next week.

ABSOLUTELY riveting!
Mostly amateur films taken pre, during and post the war by keen (VERY! A lot were in colour!!) cinematographers using top quality 16 mm cameras, and nearly all the footage only recently discovered in lofts etc. by the children/grandchildren of these people, who related some very sad and poignant memories that went with them too.

AvatarBCG Supporter

Hercules Grytpype Thynne

  • Friday 13th September 2019, 9:33am
  • England
  • 16,083 posts

"Expedition" with Steve Backshall

Riveting stuff, but with all his programmes I wonder WHY he constantly puts his life in danger with these challengers to go where no man has gone before.
This week's was the vast unexplored caves in the Yucatan peninsular in Mexico and a lot of it is underwater, which involves the most dangerous of extreme sports - "cave diving" - as they squeeze their way through narrow passages underwater - SO MUCH can go wrong.
Be it underground or high, he'll be there - I remember the one he did a couple of years ago when they climbed up a sheer rock face of 3000 feet (!!!) in Venezuela "camping" with hammocks slung on the face of it and then him in the morning sitting on a ledge admiring the view, then climbing down the plateau via the famous Angel Falls.........................absolutely no effin' way could I do any of that.
I understand the majesty and beauty of it, but I'll view it from my TV or PC thank you....................................

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_HnyYBFxLs

Avatar

beaky

  • Friday 13th September 2019, 10:27am
  • Malaga and Brighton, United Kingdom
  • 2,565 posts

The Repair Shop remains my favourite in a mad world.

Avatar

Definitely Tarby

  • Friday 13th September 2019, 7:11pm
  • England
  • 1,750 posts

Sean Lock on 8 Out of Ten Cats was talking about making tea and what a waste of time it is with the tea bag and having to boil the water. He said the world would be a much more productive place if nobody drinks tea. It only got a light chuckle from the audience but I thought it was hilarious.

Avatar

Briosaid

  • Sunday 15th September 2019, 9:09pm [Edited]
  • Scotland
  • 868 posts

We're watching an episode of Who Do You Think You Are -Sharon Osbourne. While I've heard of that family I've never seen them. We find her quite weird. What's wrong with her speech? Dies she have some sort of disability?

P.s. she's another silly shit who says 'Wow!' All the time. All you who know, is she quite thick?

Avatar

Rood Eye

  • Sunday 15th September 2019, 10:04pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 2,570 posts
Quote: Briosaid @ 15th September 2019, 9:09 PM

We're watching an episode of Who Do You Think You Are -Sharon Osbourne. While I've heard of that family I've never seen them. We find her quite weird. What's wrong with her speech? Does she have some sort of disability?

P.s. she's another silly shit who says 'Wow!' All the time. All you who know, is she quite thick?

I've never noticed any speech impediment but I do know she's recently had another facelift, so perhaps the sides of her mouth were still recovering from the surgery?

With regard to her being thick, it depends how we define "thick". She's certainly lacking formal education because she didn't like school one little bit and probably paid very little attention in class before leaving at the age of 15 - a year earlier than was normal at the time.

Formal education aside, she's proved herself to be a pretty astute businesswoman and her violent and unhappy childhood has made her as tough as old boots and therefore more than a match for most of the ravening wolves in the world of music, and showbiz in general.

I think Sharon is probably a very good friend indeed to her friends - but she is most certainly someone you wouldn't want to cross. :O