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Member since 02 Nov 2006
Member from Linwood
Chaos at the Chateau returned last night at the much later time of 9.30 and I hung around to see it. It turned out to be a catchup of the episodes we have already seen so I passed it over and went to bed. The drama of Charlies murder was very badly staged and almost farcical, with the added shock that he is still alive. I have never been a fan of those shows with makeovers to make one ten years younger etc. but I did enjoy Undress The Nation. Some of these halfhour fillers of the kitchen variety are getting up my nose. Are we that obsessed with food? Have not bought the Listener for the coming week.
Member since 04 Oct 2007
Member from Te Awamutu
I am getting a little sick of all "the down size me" Now they also bent on downsizing my dog and my cat!
With all the repeats on TV over the long holiday period I got to really enjoying the talkback programmes on newstalk ZB
Member since 02 Feb 2007
Member from Mangere Central
Oh and I am a Corostreet addict.I have to have my coro st. fix or I suffer severe withdrawl Symtoms.I thought Charlie was going to get dead,but no.That was great acting by Tracy though.Cant wait till next time for that one.East Enders and Emerdale Farm are all on my must see lists.I too looked forward to those two buying their Chateau,but got wissed off because of it being a repeat.
Member since 02 Jun 2007
Member from Mangere Bridge
About 18 months ago there was nothing we liked to watch so we put Coro Street on, first time in twenty years or more, now we are hooked. I agree with Joybel cooking programs are overdone, in particular when the main dish is language that would curdle the milk.
Only once have I ever made a dish from TV, it was on Burkes Backyard, (not screening now) they had a small cooking segment, it was Rhubarb & Pear Pudding, it used rhubarb, pears and stale bread, I had plenty of each at the time, enjoyed it and have made it many times since.
My Grandkids love it.
Member since 26 Nov 2006
Member from Dobson
Coro Street? What's that?
Dont know what you are missing OKK.Now was Charlie left handed or right handed? Did Tracy place that knife in his hand he normally uses?Had another dose of the street today.Repeats every sat.Yeeeeehaaa.
Member since 12 Jul 2007
Member from Kawerau
I still remember the first episode of Coro St on TV here when Ken's mum got bowled by the bus. Been a lot of faces passed through the Rovers since then eh. My wife remembers Coro St on the radio way before TV in England.
We gave up watching some years ago now.
:-) I'm not into repeats as well, thats dedication.
Member since 18 Mar 2007
Member from Papakura
THR RUGBY STARTS IN 2 WEEKS....THE RUGBY STARTS IN 2 WEEKS....THE RUGBY STARTS IN 2 WEEKS....THE RUGBY STARTS IN 2 WEEKS.
Member since 24 Sep 2007
Member from Taupo
Well, I am happy that ER and Greys Anatomy have started again, and really sorry that Doc Martin has finished for the season.
Mona you are a good detective, I think the knife was placed in his left hand, is that correct? Don't know if he is right handed or not though! That will be interesting!
Just off to watch Vicar of Dibley.......
YUK TO THE RUGBY IN TWO WEEKS.YUK TO THE RUGBY IN TWO WEEKS.
Dad used to have a 1926 Rugby and drove us all over the country in it.
Had a very similar performance to the All Blacks now I think of it.
It went well in all weathers but suffered from lack of vision at times (when the plastic windows needed replacing), had no bumper on the front so suffered badly from the occasion hard knock head on and spent a bit of time on the sidelines on occasions with flat tires.
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