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This is despite the self-evident fact that it is an awful, cloying mess which paws guilelessly at your tear ducts like a baby ape trying to coax milk from an unyielding teat.
Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season in April and, frankly, I can't wait. Despite this very website placing it a measly 16th in its list of top TV shows last year
, it's easily the best thing on TV. (The list was topped by something called "Breaking Bad
" which, although sounding very interesting, hasn't got dragons or naked fire priestesses in it, so fuck knows how that's meant to be better.)
Welcome to my moral quandary. Is Ricky Gervais mocking the disabled? And if I decide he is, what do I do when I inevitably laugh at it?
"What if God was one of us?" asked Joan Osborne. Well, he'd probably want to know what DVDs were out this week, because it's coming up to Christmas and his son's getting to that age where he's a bit too old for toys and starting to take an interest in more grown-up pursuits, like DVD boxset marathons and judging the wicked. Newsflash for you, big guy: I wouldn't splash out on an Easter egg for him.
Nope: still not bored of Life's Too Short preview clips.
It's time for more spurious assumptions about the week's DVD releases with little or no basis in researched fact. Hey, someone's got to do it. Whether or not it should be us is another matter.
And they're like the biggest awards thing in TV, right? And what is it we do on this website again? Shit, it's TV, isn't it? Don't suppose you could let this one slide?
OK, so not 'hardcore' as such, but there is a fight scene. Sorry if this isn't what you had in mind when you carried out your Google search.
Larry's back. And this time he's in New York. Everyone has known this for months. Think that'll stop us cobbling together some promos and calling it news? We've met before, right?
Gervais is returning to TV (have you seen
The Invention of Lying?) with a brand new sitcom based on the life of vertically challenged actor Warwick Davis. Let's hope it doesn't come up short! I wonder if it will reach the 'heights' of Gervais' previous telly work? Hahahaha - midgets.