Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Garrett, Mar 29, 2005.
Hustle dont forget the new series starts tonight at 9 on BBC1
YIPEE.....Love this programme.
one thing to note if you have sky and live in scotland the epg is showing "only fools and horses" in the hustle timeslot ( well it was as of 8am this morning) so if you have sky+ and had a recording set it will have disappeared, so check your planner and if its not been updated set it to record from another bbc region.
Yes meant to mention that....we're recording BBC Oxford...isn't SkyPlus great! They did the same thing with Inspector Lindley the other week
Mmmm....Jaime Murray. Series 1 on DVD out on 18/4, too.
Have looking forward to this for a while, lets hope that it stays to the high standard of the first series and isnt a let down like many second or more series have the habit of becoming.
Excellent. Really enjoyed the first series. In the planner now! Cheers.
This is the only reason for watching BBC1, shame its only annual.
You can't move normally for reality shows or bloody Eastenders!
yeah, great show - bit bit cheesy at times last night...did anyone see it..??
the reason I ask is that in the saturday/Sunday times they reviewed it and the reviewer said that the show 'clicked' whilst the finishing credits were on, but he couldn't understand it...he rewound the tape, but still couldn't get it...in the end he had to ask the nice woman at the bbc *grin* - I suspect he was taking the **** tho...
anyway, I watched it, and I did sus out what was going on instantly..!! anyone else..?
fantastic piece of writing but, cannot touch Judge John Deed (class)
The BBC needs more quality material like this more often
Judge John Deed was writing and acting of the utmost highest calibre, sadly I believe that last series was the last but wasnt it a cracking last series.
Are you talking about the fake jay walk/rta (which was done in the 1st series).
Otherwise I'm not sure what there was to click?
I preferred episode one; Hustle is the best drama on BBC1.
ok, basically when they were trying to rent out the flat for a few weeks (the landlord was wanting 2k rent) the guy talked him around paying any rent by saying that he could star in the film itself...the guy finally agreed and was told he'd be able to eat amanda mcdonagh (or what ever her surname is!) - the landlord then had a knowing glance...
come the end, you see the landlord outside the flats dressed up as a vampire acting a bit daft...and when those kids walk by talking the mick out of him and he says ;something like - '...don't you worry, amanda will be along soon...!'
I did get that bit, these reviewers probably get confused by all the plot threads and flashbacks.
yeah, probably his little joke since he rang a female at the BBC and she had to explain it...tho, I doubt very much that happened...
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