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gingernut
30th Sep 2006, 20:33
Pub or stay in and watch Cracker tommorrow?

ShyTorque
30th Sep 2006, 20:35
Or go to work, like some of us must do, all you slackers ;)

colmac747
30th Sep 2006, 20:47
Defo Cracker...shame i'll be sleeping though.....the MIL has been instructed to video the episode however:ok: :8

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!
30th Sep 2006, 21:29
simple choice. Cracker everytime.



pub = :yuk: anyway

con-pilot
30th Sep 2006, 22:32
pub = :yuk: anyway

Only if ya drink too much.:E

G-CPTN
30th Sep 2006, 22:38
You can always go to the pub another evening, whereas (for better or worse) Cracker is only available at specified times.

gingernut
30th Sep 2006, 23:24
Well I could go to the local and watch some loud mouthed, sweaty, fat, smart rsed, peesshead twit trying to tell people what to do&think, ........or I could.....










find another pub:p

Buster Cherry
1st Oct 2006, 11:57
Sky+ & The pub. The perfect crime.;)

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!
1st Oct 2006, 13:11
I hope it's the one where he tells his boss "piss off you scruffy scouse git"

Gingerbread Man
1st Oct 2006, 19:40
It's a brand new one Onan, so it's unlikely. Not familiar with the series myself, but I might give it a try. The alternative is xXx. I will be watching JFK later on though - I seem to remember it being very good.

G-CPTN
1st Oct 2006, 19:46
Ah gowan gowan gowan! You KNOW you want to . . .

gorgeous spotter
1st Oct 2006, 20:55
Never mind Cracker what about Extras? very very funny in my opinion. :} We'll miss two of those when we go away on Thursday!:{

SilentHandover
2nd Oct 2006, 11:06
What a waste of 125 minutes of my life was watching that utter tripe.
Such a shame as I used to enjoy Cracker a lot.

Foss
2nd Oct 2006, 11:13
Watch Cracker? Go the pub?
Pprune man, pprune man, you can't ignore that.

I went to the pub first, and then couldn't understand what on earth was going on in Cracker. Then had a wee snooze.

Fos:zzz:

BellEndBob
2nd Oct 2006, 11:33
Actually, I liked it. Bet it does not get aired in the Land of the Free though. Very 'off message'.

I bet the airline was glad Cracker did not turn up for his flight back to Oz, could have put another three passengers on.

frostbite
2nd Oct 2006, 14:40
Thought it was rather routine and predictable with far too much superfluous padding - ITV drama at its best!

Krystal n chips
2nd Oct 2006, 15:23
Wasn't the best by a long chalk--but still entertaining in it's own way. Loved the little comment about where was the money coming from for all the regeneration work in Manchester though :hmm: ----and how did he manage to get a parking spot near the Cathedral then !