A Canadian Finally Stands Up To British TV!


It's been almost 20 years since the U.K. has produced a good Britcom or anything humorous. In the 1980s and '90s there was, 'Spitting Image,' 'Black Adder,' 'Father Ted,' 'One Foot In The Grave,' 'Mr. Bean,' and 'Red Dwarf,' to name only a few. The golden age of British television is gone. Who will forget when Ted and Dougal composed a song about a horse to try to win the Eurovision contest? Or wonder why Hubert and Rupert were never seen again after the episode, 'Do it yourself, Mr. Bean?'

People are getting sick and tired of watching another pretentious 8-hour mini-series loosely based on an Evelyn Waugh novel or a drama that takes place in a 'public house.'

Finally a Canadian has lashed out at the Brits. And this is probably the most interesting thing on air in the U.K. since the time Lister found the Kochanski from another dimension...

 
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