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no condom on the bro, and you’ve got yourself a show

Pramface is a British comedy-drama starring a young lady and boy who become parents after a drunken night of fun. The morning after, Jamie (Sean Verey) leaves Laura (Scarlett Alice Johnson) a note with his number on it, only to … Continue reading

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not your average misfits

Misfits has been classified as many things: action, drama, science fiction, dark comedy and supernatural. I, however, think it’s more suitable to say that it’s underwhelming, chaotic and not overly entertaining. The British show revolves around a group of young … Continue reading

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a lovable idiot

An Idiot Abroad is true to its name. Karl Pilkington is a bald baboon-looking British man who has absolutely zero inkling for travel or cultural learning. Knowing that Karl hates new experiences and has never travelled outside of the U.K. before, his “friends” Ricky … Continue reading

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Holmes is where the heart is

For my first net-pick, I’ve decided to review one of my all-time favourite television shows: Sherlock. The British program provides its audience with a modern adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, with Benedict Cumberbatch starring as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman (a.k.a. … Continue reading

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