|Nearly makes up for the dross they pump out the rest of the time.
|Take two average Slut~Bags into the shower? Nearly.
So on Sunday we had THE APPRENTICE
final and then the next day the UK public were treated to the Series 2 finale
of ASHES TO ASHES
. I'll begin with AlSu & Co
. For the first time this series I was actually
impressed with the numbnuts
on display. I s'pose
if you're gonna start being good (or rather competent
) it may as well as be in the flippin'
final. No great surprise, for me anyway, that the robot with the wonky gob - KaWa
- didn't get the job.
Dress from A2A, hair by Amstrad.
Instead that went to YaSi
, the maths wizard (*coughs*
) with the wonky taste in clothes (what the eff
was she wearing on You're Hired
??? The Eighties are well and truly here to stay.) Speaking of the 'sister' show, AlSu
got all sentimental complimenting one and all including AdChi
. As predicted MaMo
received a fitting send off. Not as endearing as mine
but just as heartily felt. All in, a satisfying end (considering I didn't really care who won) and NiHew'
s "femine freshness" line did make me giggle.
It appears the flush isn't working in this cubicle... A2A
spoiled, and by 'slightly' I mean totally,
due to the BBC website posting an article stating there would a third series earlier in the day. I would have gone into the finale thinking it was the final episode period and then been surprised/shocked/aroused
at the ending. Sadly, it wasn't to be. Still, a corking end to the run with some nice nods to The Prisoner
though I was a but miffed that Ultravox's Vienna
wasn't used (as it had been trailed heavily with that particular slice of 80s heaven.)
Old! Time for some Edge~style headgear matey.
Also a tad
disappointing was the 'resolution' of 'Operation Rose' and the Summers
character. Not as groin~grabbingly
engaging as it should have been. Still, all bodes well for the final series and one wonders if JoSi
will make an appearance... The problem now is that there is NOTHING
on telly now. Nothing that I would make a point to sit down and watch. Damn you DoWho
And what's this sort of thing got to do with Piranhas? I ask you...'Til the next time,C.
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