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Well Cympil it took long enough to spot the deliberate mistake! :D

And Ken is going to get jiggy with Stephanie Beecham, something disturbing about that! Hats off to Craig Charles, braver man than me!

Pete, you really don’t watch it do you!!!!!!!!!

No Malcolm

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No Malcolm

Whatever Pete :lol:

Well according to the papers manwel is joining the street,maybe Basil and Cympil oops Cybil could take over Roys place but remember don't mention the war!! :D

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Whatever Pete :lol:

Well according to the papers manwel is joining the street,maybe Basil and Cympil oops Cybil could take over Roys place but remember don't mention the war!! :D

What war?

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Pete,

Are you one of the guys we used to take down the street from the day centre, all roped together? I think there are still some beds available in St Georges! :D

I might have been Malcolm, but please enlighten, what war?

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I might have been Malcolm, but please enlighten, what war?

If you’re seriously asking Pete, I assume Merlin was referring to the Fawlety Towers sketch, by reference, when the Germans stayed. “Don’t mention the war’ has since become a popular saying...........you MUST have seen that! :D

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If you’re seriously asking Pete, I assume Merlin was referring to the Fawlety Towers sketch, by reference, when the Germans stayed. “Don’t mention the war’ has since become a popular saying...........you MUST have seen that! :D

Thankyou Malcolm for enlightening Pete on this matter :lol:

Pete I'm shaking my head in disbelief you didn't twig to this!

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Thankyou Malcolm for enlightening Pete on this matter :lol:

Pete I'm shaking my head in disbelief you didn't twig to this!

Sorry, not being much of a TV fan, only football, I am a bit thick when it comes to TV programs :D

Checked your link and now up to speed.

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If you’re seriously asking Pete, I assume Merlin was referring to the Fawlety Towers sketch, by reference, when the Germans stayed. “Don’t mention the war’ has since become a popular saying...........you MUST have seen that! :D

I have sat through the odd episode but not being a big TV fan I was not aware of that Malcolm. :D

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I have sat through the odd episode but not being a big TV fan I was not aware of that Malcolm. :D

What Pete is trying to say is that he prefers to spend his evenings surrounded by the works of Homer, Milton, Jilly Cooper et al, rather than watching TV. The choice of the intelligentsia.

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What Pete is trying to say is that he prefers to spend his evenings surrounded by the works of Homer, Milton, Jilly Cooper et al, rather than watching TV. The choice of the intelligentsia.

No Denzel you cant beat a night in with a good Microsoft manual, they keep you guesing till the end. :D

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What Pete is trying to say is that he prefers to spend his evenings surrounded by the works of Homer, Milton, Jilly Cooper et al, rather than watching TV. The choice of the intelligentsia.

homer! is this what you are on about?

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Is that really a TV program?

Yes really Pete.

I think it was last year it over took scooby-doo for most episodes made!

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Yes really Pete.

I think it was last year it over took scooby-doo for most episodes made!

Watched it on Sky, its fantastic, never knew there was so much on the telly. :D

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