News, Reviews, Features, Trailers & Rants...
2. A Pasty from the Garage
3. Ham Bap
4. Zinger Tower Meal
5. Prawn Ring
6. Rib 'n' Saucy Nik-Naks
7. Big Dairy Milk on Offer in Smiths
8. Olympic Breakfast
10. Crunch Corner
11. Had Some of That Beef Left Over So Just Did That with Some Spuds
13. Kinder Bueno
What's that? No, there never used to be 20 shows in our end-of-year lists. You're imagining things. OK, maybe that's partially true. Fine, it's entirely true. But trust me, this is a bold new way of doing the traditional yearly round-up, and in no sense a way for me to spend more time eating cake and less time writing over Christmas.
In years to come, we will remember 2013 as the year everything changed. Danny Dyer is now in Eastenders, and across the land all else has ceased to matter. But look upon the works of this medium, now so wholly transformed, and you will see more than this. And you might think it handy that some berk put it all in a list and bid you read it.
Quite by chance, I have tonight discovered something that makes me a lot less scared of Mads Mikkelsen. In fact, he's a gigantic pussy and I could definitely have him.
I know, it was horrific. But it's over now. And Hannibal's first season and Justified's fourth begin on Sky Living and 5USA next week. Trust me, good TV is just around the corner. Pick yourself up and start again.
Wikipedia talk pages are a rare kind of douchebag magnet, in that they offer a platform of legitimacy for some of the very worst people on the internet.
Obviously, "need to know" is a bit of a stretch. You don't need to know them in the sense that you'll be at risk of losing your job or home if you don't, nor will your children be taken into care because of the danger in which you've placed them through your ignorance. But this is how you write features on the internet: put everything in a list.