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10 hours ago, Bob said:

Nope. What’s it about?

 

A group of Sixth Formers who are desperate to lose their virginity as they navigate the challenges of modern adolescence whilst being assassinated by a chillingly calm and surprisingly appealing Aussie bloke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDIT: Always quote the post you're answering, softlad.  Sorry, clog.

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Kin.

 

Available in full on iPlayer. 
 

An Irish gangster/crime drama focusing on the Kinsella crime family and their attempts to run the drugs trade in Dublin. Gritty. Lots of shooting. And Mayor Carcetti from The Wire plays the head of the Kinsella family, whose fondness for same sex sexual encounters could be his downfall. 
 

I've got two episodes left to watch and I’ve enjoyed it, so far. It’s got slight Sopranos undertones to it. Not in terms of quality. But rather in that you know that the majority of characters in it are pure scumbags but you can’t help rooting for them. And also wanting the proper bad eggs to get whacked. 
 

A solid 7 out of 10. 

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4 hours ago, Nelly-Szoboszlai said:

Kin.

 

Available in full on iPlayer. 
 

An Irish gangster/crime drama focusing on the Kinsella crime family and their attempts to run the drugs trade in Dublin. Gritty. Lots of shooting. And Mayor Carcetti from The Wire plays the head of the Kinsella family, whose fondness for same sex sexual encounters could be his downfall. 
 

I've got two episodes left to watch and I’ve enjoyed it, so far. It’s got slight Sopranos undertones to it. Not in terms of quality. But rather in that you know that the majority of characters in it are pure scumbags but you can’t help rooting for them. And also wanting the proper bad eggs to get whacked. 
 

A solid 7 out of 10. 

Next on my list that 

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On 20/11/2023 at 20:40, John102 said:

MasterChef: The Professionals 8/10

 

Always fantastic pre Christmas tele, however, ever since someone on here mentioned that nobody opens the door for them when they are cooking for the critics, it really annoys me.

I have to leave the room when it’s on. I can’t bear it

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On 20/11/2023 at 19:26, Carvalho Diablo said:

You lucky lucky lucky barsteward.

 

On 20/11/2023 at 19:43, Bjornebye said:

 

Hahaha I knew you were going to say that 


a day later and I’m 5 episodes in. Cracking this.

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Top Boy was a 10 @DalyanPete - totally agree. Those series are in my top 10 for sure.

 

Time was great the first one, so I’ll give it a go and hopefully it is as decent as the first again. I take it there’s no Bean in this one then? Unfortunate.

 

The Detectives was harrowing, but absolutely compulsive watching. We kept checking when it was coming back for about 6 months and just gave up on it, so will be giving that a watch tonight with Mrs Curly.

 

Re Mr Inbetween - I don’t like to start the day on a negative footing, but while

i enjoyed it to the degree of it being an easy watch, I really don’t get the hype for it in here. Ray and a couple of other characters were sound and it was all watchable, but it was pretty cheesy stuff. Like the scenarios you dream up for yourself as an 11 year old who aspires to be a hard, paragon of virtue when you grow up. 6.5 / 7 out of 10

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