more soon. Unfortunately
BBC TV comedy Citizen Khan hailed as 'final proof' that time-travel is possible
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mind your language dvo
love thy neighbour................
I didn't watch it. Is it as bad as the advert suggested?
The BBC has completely imploded. It's pretty tragic when 'Pointless', a daytime quiz show, is the pinnacle of your comedy output.
An annual budget of £7.5bn, and this is what they produce. I used to be the staunchest of Beeb enthusiasts, and now I spend most of my time watching the History channel. For the first time, the licence fee seems like poor value for money.
Christ, Dvo is tackling race issues.
Tin hats on guys...this could get fruity.
I'm heading for Brugge .. brueg .. Belgium for a few days to offend some europeans. Let me know how this went when I get back.
Now, where did my dad leave his gas mask?
Watch out for fat Irishmen falling from bell towers, DVO. Oh, and take some vegetables: they don't have vitamins in Belgium.
@wayland: "I didn't watch it. Is it as bad as the advert suggested?"
Watched the first part of first episode with increasing incredulity. It might have revealed itself to be deeply 'ironic' before the end. However I had painted the woodwork in the utility room that afternoon and didn't want to miss the point where the film on the Dulux moved beyond tacky.
I knew you were the sort of chap I could rely on to maintain a utility room. Do you know that some of the kitchens in London don't even feature a sink, or an oven? Only a fool would wash his grundies in a room where salad might be prepared.
Following on from the success of the "back to the 1970s" drama "Life on Mars", the BBC launched a new comeday "Citizen Khan", promising "all the unfunny and mildly racist humour of a 1970s sitcom"
A spokesman said "they were reviewing a proposal for a department store in which they ridiculed a gay man, while another character would entertain the audience with jokes about her pet cat, 'Cunt'".
They said they had considered having a saturday night show with some out of date celebrity trying to be funny and failing miserably, but plans for "the generation game" had to be put on hold when it was discovered that Bruce Forsyth was already filling his classic role in "Strictly Come Dancing"
well, think it is a mark of how far we have progressed down the multicultural path when we can show
pakisour sub-continental cousins being as stupid and unfunny as the jamrags in "Desmonds"people like terry scott and derek nimmo or that twat chris evans.
more power to them i say, mr khan is a triumph for all those that hate laughing.
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