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Leonard Hatred 2:56 Fri Feb 3
The Detectorists
Talk to me

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Tomshardware 10:48 Sat Feb 4
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It's superb.

TonkaToy 7:28 Sat Feb 4
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Liam to Dean happened because James Mcavoy got Holiwood Famous after the 1st series.

yngwies Cat 6:54 Sat Feb 4
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My mate loved it so much he's forked out 4OO notes on buying a
Detector and he's off to some rally up north to do some searching.

BeauLarkyBuff 5:58 Sat Feb 4
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I love the casual dropping in of Simon and Garfunkle song titles into the conversations and the knowing looks between them. Great subtle English humour at its best.

violator 5:06 Sat Feb 4
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Early Doors as mentioned is a belter, despite the unexplained switch from Liam to Dean. A 3rd series as they are older would be very welcome.

Son of Sam 4:43 Sat Feb 4
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Had never heard of this until it was mentioned on the TV thread in January. Its excellent, very funny and beautifully filmed.

Mickey Rat 4:40 Sat Feb 4
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It's brilliant! Gentle understated British humour, great characters and beautiful cinematography, if you've had a bad day sit down and enjoy it with a glass of your favourite tipple, it never fails to cheer me up so I might need to watch a couple of episodes tonight after the barcodes game

Swiss. 4:18 Sat Feb 4
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Yes , I’m a fan.

TonkaToy 12:32 Sat Feb 4
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Still waiting for Hue to give it a little Jiggle....

bruuuno 11:35 Fri Feb 3
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Lovely programme. I once went out with a bird that looked like the Garfunkel bloke

zebthecat 11:13 Fri Feb 3
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Detectorists is fantastic.
Toby Jones was on TMS a couple of years ago and he told how it came to be.
Mackenzie Crook contacted Toby Jones and said that he had an idea for a programme and he wanted Toby Jones to be in it. Toby Jones said he was interested and could he look at a script. A few days later he received a draft script of the first episode and called Mackenzie Crook to he was a definite yes. Crook then wrote the rest of the first series and it went into production.

Eastside surge 10:43 Fri Feb 3
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Loved two doors down and correct not quite the same without Cathy

Percy Dalton 10:31 Fri Feb 3
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I must have watched it about ten times now.
Never get bored with it as each time there's something that I missed.
Just a great great show.

lab 9:40 Fri Feb 3
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Mr Burns 7:09 , love Two Doors Down , not the same without Cathy tho.

mallard 9:36 Fri Feb 3
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Really, laid back, enjoyable comedy.
Not too taxing on the brain and some lovely scenery shots with decent, chilled out music.

Best character is Sheila

onsideman 9:20 Fri Feb 3
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I was a latecomer to this so watched all 3 series and both specials in a week last month.

I really liked it. Written and directed very well by Mackenzie Crook and, as said earlier, Rachel Sterling is a proper sort and Toby Jones was quite brilliant.

yngwies Cat 9:04 Fri Feb 3
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Wonderful.

Just the tonic. Loved the series.

The last episode ( before the Xmas special) was brilliant.

Loved the sparing between there nemisis Terra Firma, or Simon and Garfunkel..

Andy's Mrs is a right sort..

:-)

BeauLarkyBuff 8:53 Fri Feb 3
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WHU(EX) As I'm a Gloucestershire bod I'm in full agreement with that opinion. I relate so much with small town rural life.

Eerie Descent 8:38 Fri Feb 3
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Northern Sold 5:03 Fri Feb 3

Why don't you just fuck off over to that side of the pond, son?

Mr. Burns 7:09 Fri Feb 3
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I've never watched this so will give it a go. I have watched 2 Doors Down though and I'm a big fan. Christine is superb.

WHU(Exeter) 7:04 Fri Feb 3
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I love it, right down to the music at the end

Also really like This Country, which is vaguely similar in pace and humour.

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