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Frasier is on about the same time in the morning as Everyone Loves Raymond & should be fucked into the bin by association.

 

Plus Curb is about 10 million times better.

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7 minutes ago, Mook said:

Frasier is on about the same time in the morning as Everyone Loves Raymond & should be fucked into the bin by association.

 

Plus Curb is about 10 million times better.

What's wrong with Everyone loves Raymond? Love that show. The mother is brilliant

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1 minute ago, KMD7 said:

What's wrong with Everyone loves Raymond? Love that show. The mother is brilliant

It makes me want to kill, honestly I despise everything about it.

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Just now, Mook said:

It makes me want to kill, honestly I despise everything about it.

Can't beat a bit of Mook hatred.  Repped

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1 minute ago, Mook said:

It makes me want to kill, honestly I despise everything about it.

Fuck, your not working with her again are you ? 

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3 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Fuck, your not working with her again are you ? 

No but my mate text me about her yesterday which has clearly set me off.

 

*grabs bottle of Toilet Duck

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29 minutes ago, Mook said:

It makes me want to kill, honestly I despise everything about it.

Patricia Heaton is hot in a MILFY way but the rest of the cast were annoying, espcially Romano and he almost ruined The Irishman.

 

Also that one with Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser. 

 

 

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Curb is going out here isn't it? Fucking hell. I honestly believe if everyone that voted had seen the same amount of both shows, it would be a fucking Larry David landslide. 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, mgw100 said:

Curb is going out here isn't it? Fucking hell. I honestly believe if everyone that voted had seen the same amount of both shows, it would be a fucking Larry David landslide. 

 

 

Biggest travesty since Scorsese not winning the best director Oscar for Taxi Driver in the post here.

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4 minutes ago, John102 said:

Frasier.

 

Never watched curb your enthusiasm, however, everyone in these threads calling it 'curb' makes me want to two foot the tele.

I know it’s like some sort of weird ‘in-joke’ cult thing. 
 

 

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1 hour ago, KMD7 said:

Love Curb but it has to be Frasier. It should win the whole thing

I swear we vote differently in every single tie of this and the other sitcom competition.

 

I think Frasier is winning this simply because it's been shown to more people. It's decent enough but never quite got the adulation for it. Everything Larry David touches turns to gold however. 

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3 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I know it’s like some sort of weird ‘in-joke’ cult thing. 
 

 

I think it's more that the name is very long & we're all lazy bastards.

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Aah the old “that’s not as good, it’s too mainstream” 

 

erm yeah it’s more popular because it’s better ... derrrr 

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