..and why not?
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Yes, he's in it but as the Daddy of the legal family, reappearing after years in the US to complicate things, not a client.
bobzilla77 wrote:Those people who say the guitars sound like bagpipes have never really listened to bagpipes.
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sloopjohnc wrote:I've been binge watching Atlanta. Great show - I don't know why I waited so long.
It’s on the BBC iPlayer now.
Diamond Dog wrote:
I've taken the decision.
I'm bored of the twat and the misery he deals in.
Diamond Dog wrote:Bit embarrassed, are we? Try to make light of it, shall we?
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Watched the first two episodes. It's good, maybe a bit too obvious in its social commentary but I'll keep watching
Copehead wrote:I have never seen anything that doesn't convince me that Joe Average people who vote Conservative are fundamentally too thick to understand the world
The Modernist wrote:Griff writes the best political posts.
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I loved this series of Atlanta. It dealt with issues like depression and class and race and family and all those big word issues in consistently original and hilarious ways. Like a lot of the best series nowadays it didn't focus on having a similar tone throughout. Both playful and meaningful.
king of the divan