CATTERICK / episode 2 - Morrissey Central (23 April, 2019)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Apr 24, 2019.

By Famous when dead on Apr 24, 2019 at 7:06 AM
  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Apr 24, 2019.

    1. Uncleskinny
      The news is a clip from a 15-year old TV show which has been commented on on this site many, many years ago.

      The thinnest of all possible watery gruels.
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    2. Anonymous
      This is donkeys years old. What next? The sequence in an early David Dickinson antiques programme when they did a sequence about David’s sartorial aplomb to the sounds of The Last of Famous International Playboys?

      It’s like they have a website, but lack any imagination as to what to fill it with. All the gear, but no idea.
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    3. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Well, I think even we had a phase here of Smiths tunes played in the background of Corrie or Eastenders - things can only improve!? :)
      The 'they' you refer to is probably just a 'he'.
      Add to that a relationship dynamic that makes it difficult to say: 'oi, what's this crap photoshop job you're circulating...' and stuff like this then has a clearer explanation.
      I would go on, but it would just become a rant about diminished quality of communication and marketing et al.
      TTY had its shortcomings, but it was given more credence as a source of information than the current nepotistic effort.
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    4. gordyboy9
      only for people who have already seen it,many people from wherever have probably never seen it so even though its fifteen years old to you its brand new for a lot of people.
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    5. Flibberty
      This was a great series so harsh to criticize Sam for adding this link.
    6. Anonymous
      Posting a clip from a Reeves and Mortimer show - does Sam know that his uncle hates Vic Reeves following the whole 'Morrissey Consumer Monkey' stuff? Or has that silly feud ended? Maybe he'll post a clip of that next?
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    7. Anonymous
      Good old Vic and Bob. When M went global he seemed to turn his back on northern humour. I miss those days when M was in touch with his northerness. The humour has gone from the Hulmerist.
      Being from Yorkshire I could relate to so much from The Smiths era up until (just about) You are the Quarry. M was self-deprecating and his reference points were something a lot of us could grasp.
      Where is the humour or humility now?
      Is this what happens to us when we near 60?

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    8. Raymond James
      Raymond James
      I for one thought the actor was indeed singing the song. If I did not have the prior knowledge of that being one of Morrissey's songs I would have sworn the actor was truly singing with his own voice. There is no way that someone has the ability to lip sync that convincingly. I firmly believe the effect was achieved via computer enhancement. Splendid bit of production.
    9. Peppermint
      Yeah, I actually hadn't seen this series - probably too busy raising wains at the time. The Satan part is hilarious - love Reece Shearsmith, his stuff with Steve Pemberton on Inside Number 9 is genius. But I would agree that it is a bit 'scattergun', posting it on Central now.
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    10. ninetimesfined
      Must be quite difficult to rake up 20+ years of Moz references to undermine m-Solo. So hats off, SER. Stunning publicity work there. Sam Etsy Rayner is to public relations what Sam Etsy Rayner is to photoshop
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    11. Anonymous
      Hi Gordy - there really is no point trying to talk sense to this moronic twat. Thanks for all your valuable contributions over the years.
    12. my lonely bench
      my lonely bench
      I like little references like this. I wish there was a compilation blu ray with all theseittle snippets on
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    13. Orson Swells
      Orson Swells
      Oh dear. If it persists you really should see a doctor.
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    14. Mauricey
      Shamefully, I'm one of them! But I live in Sweden now so I'll blame that.
    15. Anonymous
      Up to moz sam would never be involved in anything ..This is all Morrissey's moms fault .
      Moz has nothing in common with sam, at all . Its obv hes only doing this as it makes his mum happy.
      I like the way even though hes family sam has about as much insight into his uncle as your average fan.

      Sam " Nana if uncle steve would do this i may be famous "
      Morrisseys mum " Ok my lovely grandson , let me speak to our kid"

      Morrisseys Mum shouting up stairs " steeeeeeeevvvvvvvvvvveeeen , get the fook down here and make sam famous"

      Moz " Ok mum SORRY "
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    16. ragdale road confirmed
      ragdale road confirmed
      what a pile of garbage morrissey central is, I guess the website reflects his career fairly well - slowly going downhill and relying on other people’s work for content.
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    17. gordyboy9
      not a problem.
    18. gordyboy9
      just watched league of gentleman live,some good bits but some don't hit the mark,like mark gatiss as hes a huge hammer house of horror fan like myself.
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    19. Peppermint
      I didn't know that. He's a huge talent and really interesting, always worth watching anything he's involved in. I've tried to get into LoG but just can't quite manage it. Absolutely love No. 9 though.

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