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Old 15-06-2012, 19:17
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Surely you only need to see one episode to have seen them all. Who wants to sit through hours of the same premise, catchphrases and actors doing the same things over and over and over. At least Little Britain has some variety to it, how many times does anyone need to watch Barry Chuckle break something and Paul try to fix it or find a replacement before the fat boss finds out and they have to run away? Watching a box set of Chucklevision sounds like a version of Hell.
People say the same about keeping up appearances. Hyacinth hosts a candlelight supper and gets embarrased by her poor relatives every episode...
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