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Hope the BBC don't give her the elbow, or if they do they at least release the DVD.

 

Any decision to get rid of her will surely have to be a joint decision.

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Kids are serious fucking pussys these days.

 

Too right, I mean how scarey was Mumrar from Thundercats? Million times scarier than a hot 1 armed woman. Not to mention Dave Benson-Phillips who still puts the shits up me now

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The BBC love their political corectness though. Even period dramas these days look like adverts for the United Colours of Benetton.

 

As somkeone else said a few months ago (probably you), you can't have a bbc drama with out a posh black lad these days. Even when the storyline doesn't call for one.

 

It all started with Ash from Casualty.

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As somkeone else said a few months ago (probably you), you can't have a bbc drama with out a posh black lad these days. Even when the storyline doesn't call for one.

 

It all started with Ash from Casualty.

 

The future Queen Guinevere in the BBC's Merlin.

 

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Some of the Nancy hopefuls in I'd Do Anything.

 

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Oliver Twists

 

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What next, Mick Hucknall to play Pol Pot in an Oliver Stone biopic? Why not just change his name to Paul Pot?

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The future Queen Guinevere in the BBC's Merlin.

 

Merlin-Guinevere-290x400.jpg

 

Some of the Nancy hopefuls in I'd Do Anything.

 

oliverbbc460.jpg

 

Oliver Twists

 

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What next, Mick Hucknall to play Pol Pot in an Oliver Stone biopic? Why not just change his name to Paul Pot?

 

 

You get the feeling they might get some shit if they said "Fuck off, Oliver Twist wasn't a nigger"

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How can they say she's scary, yet those kids on 'Something Special' aren't?

 

I hate Something Special. It's verging on satire, and that Justin needs his teeth kicking in. I got the theme tune stuck in my head the other day and seriously considered cutting my own head off.

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I don't understand people's meanness, what's wrong with giving somebody a helping hand?

 

Fo sho. It's better than giving folk the cold shoulder.

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