I think I went off it a series or two ago, now just watch it to shout at the telly.Don't think I'll be watching this series. Sort of gone off it now.
It used to be good, with the Dragon's offering good advice and being quite sympathetic to the pitchers.
However in recent series they seemed to have just turned into nasty, meglomaniacs who love telling pitchers how silly they are, how much money they have earned and how clever they are.
Yes i agree, I'm even been missing Doug Richard & he was aI think I went off it a series or two ago, now just watch it to shout at the telly.
It is all about the Dragons' egos now and not the semi-educational business show it once was (much like The Apprentice is now 100% car crash TV with Britain's best car crash dummies). Why respected economist Evan Davies continued with it I don't know, delivering the usual bleedin' obvious lines ... 'nerves have got the better of him', 'it's a confident pitch' ...
Can't help but think of Harry and Paul's sketch whenever I watch it now.
Yes indeed, he was a bit of a character, but didn't you think it all got a bit "X-Factor" when he started to talk about his dearly departed wife, whom he had invented the product for in the first place?Last night episode was fun, a bit of quarreling between the dragons over the sub business plan i think it was.
The old man with the rotating washing line, what a character, he thanked everyone and Dragon Dookan
not really, it did not cross my mind, a lot of times the dragons want to know the reason behind an invention or business plan, sometimes it stems from an emotional place.Yes indeed, he was a bit of a character, but didn't you think it all got a bit "X-Factor" when he started to talk about his dearly departed wife, whom he had invented the product for in the first place?
Yes the dragons hate it when there are other parties involved who aren't standing in front of them.yes
Been watching it and still am. The inventor who made the multi tools in last nights was great but the company spread around the world made things difficult at first, until Peter stepped in.
I think that was the best moment I've seen in the den.The boy could hardly contain himself when they said they would make him a multi-millionaire
Those tools will sell world-wide no problem.
Yep, he really liked the potential of the guy as well, I like it when they can spot the talent a mile away and tell them they're interested in them and not their business.I think that was the best moment I've seen in the den.
I've a feeling Peter wanted into that company badly and would have gone even lower with the percentage.