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What We Just Watched: Christmas Special 2016

What We Just Watched: Christmas Special 2016

Two earnest men from TV Cream have come together under the flag of peace on Earth and goodwill to all other earnest men. Their purpose? To make each other watch a Christmas-related TV show, of which they’ve had no prior warning. Then they’ll chat about what they’ve seen. Yes, it’s got enough ‘format points’ to make it an actual thing.

This special episode includes: “A big fat bum!”

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Merry Christmas, one and all!

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Doug

    December 15, 2016 at 9:20 pm

    Great episode. I’d love to watch the episodes that were covered – are they available anywhere?

    Thanks

  2. TV Cream

    December 15, 2016 at 11:01 pm

    The first one is on a Best of Vol 1 DVD. But the second one, sadly, is not. Thanks, by the way, for listening!

  3. THX 1139

    December 16, 2016 at 10:13 am

    You didn’t hear this from me, but the first one (no spoilers) is on YouTube – I watched it last night. The only bit I could remember was the Snowman joke, it was OK, I laughed a few times. I don’t think movie parodies are necessarily a bad thing, or maybe I’m recalling those great French and Saunders spoofs, and even this nativity one wasn’t so bad – but is Martin Scorsese a hilarious subject? Probably not.

    Anyway, the other one, I remembered the Blue Peter singalong but that was about it. I’d like to see these in a DVD box set, but the music rights would be astronomical, I assume.

    Good listen!

  4. Old Applejack

    December 17, 2016 at 9:22 am

    Excellent stuff. I must have watched the second item covered as this triggered memories of Blue Peter people in nappies and the “neater Peter punkin Duncan Record Breaker” was in the brain as well.

    Great stuff. More please, BBC.

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