Ricky Gervais Afterlife

JAZZMANB

Striker
Yeah I get that, but to then show no emotion about it, I just lost faith with the character a bit.

Oh aye or manslaughter, you'd go down

Its a TV show so thats not the issue for me like, its almost like he wrote it for dramatic effect (I thought it was a really good powerful scene) its just the lack of follow up

I don't get it, didn't tie up with the charachter at all



As I say in post above, I think it was a class scene, great TV, it was just the next episode I was non-plussed, I kept waiting for it to be brought up then it never was really
Not sure of the timeline but was it not that and the hammer with kid etc where he had a massive wake up call and the new Tony appeared ?His brother in law shouting at him saying WTF??

Life policy of his missus
She appeared to be a painter and probably the main earner
 
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cluffy

Striker
Not sure of the timeline but was it not that and the hammer with kid etc where he had a massive wake up call and the new Tony appeared ?His brother in law shouting at him saying WTF??


She appeared to be a painter and probably the main earner
Do painters earn a lot like?
I think her main role was to show what a great bloke he used to be by him constantly pouring water on her. Which is what lovely blokes do to their wives apparently.
 

JAZZMANB

Striker
Do painters earn a lot like?
I think her main role was to show what a great bloke he used to be by him constantly pouring water on her. Which is what lovely blokes do to their wives apparently.
Good ones do ,clearly she was the earner
It'll be lots of stuff he did that made her love him ,he just recorded the japes ,it's quite a common thing
 

GTG

Striker
Watched in one go after the wife had seen it while I was in hospital and recommended it.
Thought it was great and a bit gutted it was finished after 6 episodes
Season 2 due next year.

I watched a couple a while back and then got distracted by something. Just watched the other 4 on the belt. Fantastic stuff, though I probably cried nearly as much as I laughed.
 

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