The Crowman Registered User
#1

Going by the trailer this looks seriously annoying.

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B-D-P-- Registered User
#2

The Crowman said:
Going by the trailer this looks seriously annoying.


link?

brian_t Registered User
#3

B-D-P-- said:
link?

It was on RTE on the tele.

Icsics Registered User
#4

They're determined to keep her in work...no matter what!

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Venom Registered User
#5

Icsics said:
They're determined to keep her in work...no matter what!



Standard operating procedure for RTE when it comes to Z listers.

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BoroMan32 Registered User
#6

So she gets to badly act the tripe she's also written this time.

Not quite sure anyone will be finding much joy from this one.

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The Crowman Registered User
#7

B-D-P-- said:
link?


Doesn't seem to be online, saw it on RTE last night.

brian_t Registered User
#8

It starts on RTE One on Wednesday 10th October at 9.35 pm

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Atlantic Dawn Registered User
#9

How many people get such prime time attempts that end in failure only to be given another one over and over again?

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JP Liz V1 Registered User
#10

I see it also stars Aisling Bea (who is now seeing Michael Sheen and will be in Paul Rudd’s new Netflix comedy series) as the best friend so she has not been tarnished by Amy's crap show yet

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The Crowman Registered User
#11

I note there's a token English character. Why does virtually every Irish TV drama series have at least one character with an English accent, usually with no explanation?

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Twenty Grand Registered User
#12

The Crowman said:
I note there's a token English character. Why does virtually every Irish TV drama series have at least one character with an English accent, usually with no explanation?


Like the new token black friend in US shows?


https://youtu.be/-DM1uIh8fv0

walshb Registered User
#13

It was written by and stars Amy. That’s all I need to know about this show...

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TheDavester Registered User
#14

The Crowman said:
I note there's a token English character. Why does virtually every Irish TV drama series have at least one character with an English accent, usually with no explanation?


to RTE its exotic


why does this useless talentless woman keep getting opportunities and indo exposure...probably its her husband who was a good player in a sport which only 6 countries are good at....and she plays the same "underdog were rooting for" character to poor effect

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Say Your Number Moderator
#15

Ah lads, at least wait till it airs before ye start kicking it.

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