Ghost Bones wrote:
Rancid, repellent television. A failure in every measurable way and no one involved should ever work again.
Bones, it would have been helpful if you'd said why you thought it was so unacceptably awful.
I enjoyed it in a "That's one I'll forget about, and then wonder why I've never rewatched it when I do finally remember it" sort of way, but I could understand someone slating it as "That only existed as a way of filling 45 minutes of airtime while giving the leads a bit of time off and trying to launch a spin-off series that probably won't happen."
But rancid TV, no-one involved should ever work again? Even the most god-awful sci-Fi - Threshold (the Voyager episode), the early bit of the Sci-Fi Flash Gordon - is still better than the Jeremy Kyle show. And even people on the Kyle show should be given the chance to go on to make proper documentaries.
Explain! Otherwise it's just random slagging.