SS-GB on Sunday bbc1 9pm

Discussion in 'SMB' started by stephen cartwright, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. MackemBob

    MackemBob Winger

    He heads off into the sunset with Rosie and a shoebox full of white fivers. Iirc.
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  2. hullmackem

    hullmackem Striker

    Thought it was superb IMHO.
  3. riffraff

    riffraff Striker

    [QUOTE="HarrogateMackem, post: 25080809, member: 33250"
    Will the American enter the war/ does it all work out.......does he sell the club?
    - Where is Arca............South Shields.
    - What is the American women doing.........trying to stay awake?

    Plus Moysey I guess[/QUOTE]

    Another series? God help us.
  4. janiep

    janiep Striker

    Point of order. Once the King was dead, they shouldnt have referred to "the Queen and the two princesses" as a character did but to "the Queen, her mother and her sister".
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  5. Arkle

    Arkle Striker Contributor

    They weren't royal spokespeople making an announcement to the assembled world press.
  6. Chappers

    Chappers Striker

    Doesn't matter. It was still incorrect.
  7. Arkle

    Arkle Striker Contributor

    Aye, but it's the sort of thing you might say in conversation.
  8. janiep

    janiep Striker

    I don't know what kind of world Arkleworld is but I'm not sure I want to visit it if people dinnit know that when the king dies, there's a king (or queen). Sheesh.
  9. mackembhoy

    mackembhoy Striker

    He's 37 which is mad considering I'm rewatching the sopranos and James gandolfini looks like he's in his 50s yet is 37 in series 1.

    Definitely looks in his 20s the guy in SS-GB.

    As far as SS-GB goes glad I watched in one go. Decent but couldn't have strung out for 5 weeks.

    Mind was better than Taboo. Sam Riley and Tom Hardy obviously took lessons in hit to mumble gruffly.
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2017

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