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Did anyone watch Dr Who on Saturday night?

I know it is only science fiction but Saturdays plot was ridiculous.

A British prime minister trying to start a war by convincing the United Nations that there were 'massive weapons of destruction capable of use within 45 seconds' where none existed...come on BBC who would believe that? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />

I don't know how the actors kept a straight face.

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I bet the bbc loved it, after all the grief it got from the government for telling the truth.

That and the fact it got twice as many as ITV's new flagship Saturday night show Gladiators erm I mean Celebrity wrestling

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Celebrity Wrestling was the worst single piece of programming I have ever seen.

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Dr Who deserves to succeed purely because ITV's best efforts were obviously aimed at brainless tw@ts who are sucked in by the word 'celebrity'.

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Jimmy said:
Celebrity Wrestling was the worst single piece of programming I have ever seen.


yes i agree. They obviously took out all the unused equipment from 'Gladiators' and are trying to re-create it. And its called Celebrity Wrestling.. I dont think anyone knows who half of them are!

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Yeah, great idea.... Celebrity Wrestling... Just hardly any celebrities and barely any wrestling.

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Jimmy said:
Celebrity Wrestling was the worst single piece of programming I have ever seen.


yes i agree. They obviously took out all the unused equipment from 'Gladiators' and are trying to re-create it. And its called Celebrity Wrestling.. I dont think anyone knows who half of them are!


More fool the pair of you for watching it.

Hello, it's called celebrity wrestling.

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i was flicking channels actually <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Celebrity Wrestling was the worst single piece of programming I have ever seen.


Have you not heard about the upcoming new programme planned for later this year (not sure which channel), involving Justin Hawkins (tw@t) presenting a darts based game-show where celebrities and darts professionals make fools of themselves in front of a bafflingly stupid audience?

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Anyone remember Alan Partridge's TV programme ideas:

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A detective series based in Norwich called ‘Swallow’. Swallow is a detective who tackles vandalism.

‘Alan Attack!’. Like the Cook Report, but with a more slapstick approach.

‘Arm Wrestling with Chas and Dave’.

‘Knowing M.E., Knowing You’. I, Alan Partridge, talk to M.E. sufferers about the condition. You know, we intersperse it with their favourite pop songs, make it light-hearted, you know, give them a platform, you’ve got to keep the energy up, because…

‘Inner-City Sumo’. We take fat people from the inner cities, put them in big nappies, and then get them to throw each other out of a circle that we draw with chalk on the ground. Do it in a pub car park.

Cooking in prison. ‘A Partridge Amongst The Pigeons’ - me, in Trafalgar Square, feeding the pigeons

‘Youth Hosteling with Chris Eubank’.

‘Monkey tennis’?


They may have been funny then, now they're reality! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/flame.gif" alt="" />

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It's like his programme 'Skirmish': 'Military-based general knowledge quiz show on, er, digital cable channel UK Conquest that has the largest audience share for a digital channel at that time of day...in the Norfolk area"

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It was on whilst I was doing the banking for the Club Shop.
An interesting task at the best of times, counting £14 worth of copper from Penny on the Pitch!




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