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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by hubbard, Nov 7, 2019.
Craig Charles, 1993.
Who else remembers this?
I can't see that video at the moment but I think I know what programme you're referring to. I've probably watched only about ten minutes of it in my whole life.
No. But after witnessing the first one minute of this tripe I’m thankful for it.
Seems like a more adult and more crap version of knightmare. Does anyone remember that scifi panel comedy show he was in with bill bailey, that wasn't bad
Never Mind the Buzzcocks...
No, it was a sci-fi kinda panel show, I think that American guy from whose line is it anyway hosted it
Anyway here is a very early recording of Craig Charles keeping the Scouse tradition of painfully awful and unfunny street poetry alive.
Yes, that was Space Cadets. Someone else on the forum mentioned it recently. It was bloody awful.
Now the video is working for me, I can see that's it's the one I thought it was. I remember that habit Charles had of constantly shouting awooga!, whatever that's supposed to mean. And the computer graphics are, inevitably, awful.
Yes, that's the one. I remember it having John moloney on. It'd odd, he looks exactly like a crude and filthy 1970s working club comic, but isn't
I like your new dick head tags, they suit you. I'm not too spineless and cowardly, there's bod, there's super Mario, there's Jed, that's just a few of a long list
I was expecting a new Hubbs movie review thread and got something about a Craig Charles-fronted 1990s TV series instead. I'm very disappointed.
I expected a movie review to
Not to, Neil. Too. Haven't you learned yet?
I thought you aren't able to post anything shorter than 1000 words, @hubbard.
I wanted to watch, but still didn't find time. It looks pretty wierd.
Oh bluey, your to much
Stop being silly, Neil.
Weird thing is, I'd never even heard of it. Robot Wars, yes, but not this. Might have to look it up on YouTube.
From what I remember of the series (and what I watched of the above video), it really isn't worth looking up on YouTube or anywhere.