The BBC's re-boot of 'Till Death Us Do Part' has returned to capture the mood of Brexit and our hatred of bloody foreigners. Said one critic: ‘At a time when the UK is seeing a spike in hate crimes, it makes perfect sense to return to ambiguous comic xenophobia'.
Later this year the BBC plans to re-shooting several missing black and white episodes - although so far, they have found only the white ones. Said one smug executive: 'The wonderful thing about Alf is he could be enjoyed by everyone - liberals could see him as an 'ironic' racist figure, while the rest of us could just take him on face value'.
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