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1 hour ago, stocky said:

Two Doors Down has been brilliant this year...   

 

Honestly ,give the second episode a watch, the one with the Colon Operation, and i guarantee you will have a laugh yir socks off minute .... 

 

 

Thought the next one 'Break in' was quite funny. :ok:

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20 hours ago, stocky said:

Two Doors Down has been brilliant this year...   

 

Honestly ,give the second episode a watch, the one with the Colon Operation, and i guarantee you will have a laugh yir socks off minute .... 

 

 

The Christmas special was rubbish. Is the new series better ? 

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51 minutes ago, TDYER63 said:

The Christmas special was rubbish. Is the new series better ? 

Aye,  first one was burns night, was OK ,, then the Colon Op. that was funny, last week was the break in,  also funny   but no as guid as Colon....  IMO.....:ok::lol::lol:

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22 hours ago, TDYER63 said:

The Christmas special was rubbish. Is the new series better ? 

Hard to say. Every episode is almost exactly the same as the previous one. Same story line, same jokes , same stereo-types.

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2 hours ago, Orraloon said:

Hard to say. Every episode is almost exactly the same as the previous one. Same story line, same jokes , same stereo-types.

Well, that sounds familiar 🙂

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On 19/02/2018 at 6:01 PM, stocky said:

Aye,  first one was burns night, was OK ,, then the Colon Op. that was funny, last week was the break in,  also funny   but no as guid as Colon....  IMO.....:ok::lol::lol:

I really enjoyed the first series, and also when Elaine C Smith first arrived, but I agree with Orraloon, it has become repetitive and the characters irritate me a bit now. 

That said, I am at an age where colons have become more interesting so may give it a watch 🙂

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Three pages and still no mention of Absolutely! Dearie me.

"That's C for Callum. A for... Allum."

"Stoneybridge. We've got a stoney bridge".

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On 2/18/2018 at 3:16 PM, exile said:

Ironically he plays a character who can't act,

Was looking at this again, there's a whole hour of it; it's the same joke more or less, so it must be carried by the acting (only a decent actor could play the part of a bad actor? compare with his co-stars...)

 

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Glen Michael's cartoon cavalcade with Palladin the lamp and rusty the dog. Sunday afternoons have never been the same??????? Followed by Scotsport with Arthur Montford.

Who sent a postcard for a birthday mention??????

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On 1/30/2016 at 6:03 PM, Heuch Moray said:

John Byrne's 'Your Cheatin' Heart' and Tutti Frutti. Hope Danny, Vincent, Bomba and Fud, Suzy Kettles, Mr Clockerty and Ms Toner stand the test of time.

Yes the characters truly live on even after 30? :o years - as if it was yesterday. Vincent and especially Eddie Clockerty and Ms (Miss?) Toner - whatever happened to her (the actress)? (The Glasgow cop in Shetland reminds me a bit of her, roughly)

I think I just saw it just once since the original showing - compared with today's programmes came across a bit slow paced - even nineties stuff seems slow these days, I guess - that's not to detract from it but just be prepared for it, get in the right frame of mind...

 

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1 hour ago, exile said:

Yes the characters truly live on even after 30? :o years - as if it was yesterday. Vincent and especially Eddie Clockerty and Ms (Miss?) Toner - whatever happened to her (the actress)? (The Glasgow cop in Shetland reminds me a bit of her, roughly)

I think I just saw it just once since the original showing - compared with today's programmes came across a bit slow paced - even nineties stuff seems slow these days, I guess - that's not to detract from it but just be prepared for it, get in the right frame of mind...

 

 I loved Tutti Frutti though forget most of it apart from the characters. One thing I do remember was the episode where Vincent was in hospital after getting stabbed. Hospital radio was coming over the tannoy in the ward and someone had put a request in for him. Mack the Knife then came on 😀 

 

 

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13 hours ago, exile said:

Yes the characters truly live on even after 30? :o years - as if it was yesterday. Vincent and especially Eddie Clockerty and Ms (Miss?) Toner - whatever happened to her (the actress)? (The Glasgow cop in Shetland reminds me a bit of her, roughly)

I think I just saw it just once since the original showing - compared with today's programmes came across a bit slow paced - even nineties stuff seems slow these days, I guess - that's not to detract from it but just be prepared for it, get in the right frame of mind...

 

She was even better in "Taking over the asylum". She has been in loads of stuff. Kate Murphy.

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On 24/02/2018 at 12:40 AM, Stapes said:

Three pages and still no mention of Absolutely! Dearie me.

"That's C for Callum. A for... Allum."

"Stoneybridge. We've got a stoney bridge".

Callum returning his videos based on the titles is one of my favourite ever sketches. 

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On 2/24/2018 at 12:40 AM, Stapes said:

Three pages and still no mention of Absolutely! Dearie me.

"That's C for Callum. A for... Allum."

"Stoneybridge. We've got a stoney bridge".

 

G for ... Gnome

L for ... Look at that Honda, didn't think they made thousands

H for ... erm canny think of anything for H

HONDA!

Aye its a beauty isn't it

:spin:

I've used the G for gnome at work many times much to my amusement only to receive funny looks.

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