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  1. Death's Head

    Love Death and Robots

    Yeah, episode 3 was hallucinatory. I loved it and same, I could have sworn bits of it were rotoscoped. But they've all been beautiful in their own way - In Aquila Rift and Lucky Thirteen I almost forgot I was watching animation - my brain just gave up trying to work out if they were real actors or not. And the 'traditionally' animated ones are beautiful too - Good Hunting in particular, but also Sucker of Souls. And Zima Blue was amazing, like a Jerry Cornelius strip come to life. A few more of these to go, but this has been a real TV highlight.
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    Star Trek Discovery

    After the thing at the end happened, could they not have
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    The Alan Partridge Thread

    That's some spectacular lack of self-awareness. Amazing.
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    Star Trek Discovery

    They weren't premonitions as such though were they? Pike literally sees a ghost of himself and Clem Fandango performing an action, the exact nature of which is revealed later on. It's almost exactly like Future Echoes. And it wouldn't be the first time Trek has nodded towards Red Dwarf.
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    Star Trek Discovery

    I've just remembered that Trek managed to rip-off Red Dwarf yet again in that last episode, this time 'Future Echoes'.
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    Star Trek Discovery

    It's getting better - I really like Pike and his proper Starfleet idealism, and the show would be better served by opening up the ensemble and not focussing so much on Michael. Regarding the latest episode,
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    Only Fools and Horses - The Musical

    Friend of mine is in the Fawlty Towers one! I'd be bang-up for doing the Addam's Family one - Mamushka!
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    The Worst Characters Committed to Screen

    Is that Holland Manners off of Angel? He was fantastic in that.
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    The Chase

    I think I'd enjoy the banter with the Sinner Man, but trying to make Shaun Wallace crack a smile would be worthwhile.
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    The Chase

    I do love Pointless for the "...just talk us through the board" bits.
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    The Chase

    So far I've only caught ones with The Beast - according to Wiki he was the only one who made the trip the States. Woof.
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    The Chase

    I love the Chase - very nearly pipping Pointless for my favourite quiz. On Challenge you can watch the American version with the British chasers guest-starring which is pretty much the highlight of my life at the mo.
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    Films with one set.

    Oh no, it's a comparison I've made myself many times before stopping to think about it - how many scene changes in Twelfth Night, say? I suppose it's a bit like saying something is 'comic book', even though comics can technically be about anything.
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    Films with one set.

    I've always found that comparison interesting, especially as I've just come off assistant-directing a play that had about 20 different bloody locations! (Short scenes as well - that was certainly a challenge to stage!)
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    First film seen at the cinema

    Roger Rabbit at Hammersmith cinema, now sadly a hole in the ground. Second was Home Alone at Whitelys, back when it was posh, and the third, strangely, was Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
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