New Charlie Brooker series
Fans of the acerbic television-watching Englishman will be interesting in his new series "You Have Been Watching". It's an hour-long quiz/panel show, where Brooker is joined by three guests, and they discuss the week in television.
It has alerted me to the existence of "Deadliest Warrior" - an American programme which scientifically answers the age-old question "Who would win in a pirate vs ninja battle?"
It probably helps if you have friends in England who regularly send you videotapes of British telly, but there are enough clips and context to enjoy the show on its own.
Of course, you'll also need friends in England to get hold of episodes of YHBW, but I hear the YewChoobs might have it too.
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Yep. I did that first.
Don't ruin the fun! That is a thoroughly enjoyable piece of spam.
It's quite clever though, the way it parses Wikipedia for collateral. The name "Emily Brown" is probably also chosen as the centroid of the namespace of PAS commenters.
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And I'd imagine you won't be here much longer, vincy.
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