Discussion in 'Coventry City General Chat' started by Covkid1968#, Mar 14, 2020.
I’m wondering if it hasn’t aged well!!
The BBC repeated it when I was about 18. Loved it when I was a kid and have to say that Monty Python was correct “KIDS PROGRAM”. Just didn’t find it funny anymore and I think that was down to my own age rather than the age of the program.
Auf weidershen pet
Our friends in the North.
The Monocled Mutineer.
I watched one some years ago but still many years after it originally aired and didn't think it had aged well even though I loved it when I was a kid. Having said that, I have morphed in to a miserable old bastard with barely a good word to say about anything.
I have one for “TV shows that shouldn’t have been repeated”
The newer series are literally awful in comparison.
Rag Tag and Bobtail
They should bring back that German quiz show Tutti Frutti used to Benin the Hvc channel on cable tv , genuinely had no idea what was happening but it was essential viewing as a teenager
Showing your age. I was a Woodentops fan myself.
My Friday favourite!
From an era when children's telly could be scary or simply werid
Boys From the Black Stuff.
Never understood what happened to Love Thy Neighbour
The Bionic Woman (not that I ever used to watch it of course, just to stare at Lindsay Wagner..)
there is a big difference between repeating what went before or remaking - remaking is generally not a good move !
The Sweeney is on virtually everyday - brilliant with John Thaw and Dennis Waterman - “get your trousers on we’re the Sweeney “
Phoenix nights should be shown again - takes at least two viewings to see all the jokes
Windsor Davies in It Ain't Half Hot Mum
Always worth posting
Laurel and Hardy comedy gold
The Sweeney, the best police drama ever. “Your nicked son, we’re the Sweeney and we ain’t had any dinner” Classic
Series 5 was class
I’m desperate Dan! class
Yes - my vague memories of that were 'how the hell did they get away with that' Would cause riots now.
Think Eddie has a couple of log ins for here.
Quite a bit on Amazon Prime if you've got that.
All from the days when corona meant something else
Loving some of the laddish comedies and Sci fi repeats on Forces TV.
You can still watch some episodes on YouTube, it's funny for all the wrong reasons, how they got away with that stuff even then beggars belief
Never repeat anything with Christopher Eccleston , what a boring prick he is.
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