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  1. I take it that this isn't the Blake's Seven tribute some were hoping for?
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    snooker

    He's easily cued himself up (ha ha) for punditry. He speaks very well, as your mother might say. That said, for pure hilarity you can't match John Parrot and Jack Lisowski in the practice room yesterday. It was pure Partridge and Sidekick Simon as Jack set up his favourite shots and then utterly failed to pot them.
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    snooker

    I'd love to see a decider here. I do feel a bit for Selby, he's pretty much only got his wife on his side.
  4. Death's Head

    snooker

    Sweet wrappers and all.
  5. Death's Head

    snooker

    Quite surprising from Murphy given his dismantling of Kyren in the semi but as people have said Selby's more than happy to take his time over shots and draw him into a safety game. I was kind of backing him after he took down my boy Yan Bingtao earlier in the tournament but I'm not sure he can get into Selby's head enough. Got the crowd on his side though!
  6. The 90s film, on the other hand, I rather enjoy. Strong anti-capitalist, pro-worker themes and when Halle Berry draped herself over Fred's desk I mean, Christ, what that did to my then-teenage mind.
  7. The 90s X-Men fan in me did enjoy seeing Madripoor on screen but after a decent second episode this went a bit fash again. Zemo's quite good fun, I suppose.
  8. A bit of Masters of the Universe-style camp lunacy would be great. I won't get it though
  9. Yeah I've just got into this and I'm at the end of season 2. It's so daft, I love it, and I'm ludicrously invested in the ships. Seems pretty much tailor-made for ageing Buffy and Angel fans.
  10. Bah, despite my worries I actually found this last season to be pretty focused and well done. Great place to end it, lads!
  11. It's not just about casting though, there needs to be more ethnic talent at the scripting and directing stage. That way, as mentioned above, you get characters who are culturally diverse as well as physically. It's a minor thing but I remember a black writer pointing out that, for instance, church is still a big thing for a lot of black families, a detail that might be lost in the pen of a white writer who didn't have that background. Same applies to other backgrounds of course. Not to say that more colour-blind casting isn't a welcome step, of course! We've all gotta work! And
  12. When he was getting his costume I did think if he just added a short denim jacket it'd look pretty Zenith.
  13. I must rewatch it myself actually. It's more goodness, but I remember being a bit flummoxed by the plot at the time. There's also an excellent adaptation of A Perfect Spy if you're having a bit of a shop.
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