Pointless

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After we've watched The Chase

we turn over for the BBC News

Pointless is on its final round

We can't bloody stand it

so we watch, but mute out the sound

 

We hate that bloke who's always seated

He gives out the unknown answers

that would have got them the money

A bit like Jim Bowen's 'let's see what you could have won'

but a hell of a lot less funny

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Wolfgar Miere

Thu 17th May 2018 23:28

I like "Murder in Successville" where all these Pointless Celebs get exposed as real people.

Priceless.

David.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5RBLABju2Q

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Colin Hill

Thu 17th May 2018 21:25

I can only watch Casualty with the sound muted.

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raypool

Wed 16th May 2018 17:51

I'm afraid it's Alexander Armstrong I find annoying, like an upper crust used car salesman who is a little too chummy. He's a talented guy, but over exposed; another one who fits the bill is Rob Brydon, who is auditioning for the Man in the Moon surely with that cheesy smile. Great at impressions but wasted for my money.
Sorry to deviate Brian. I just think TV can make travesties of talent.

Ray

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M.C. Newberry

Wed 16th May 2018 17:37

The role in question is perhaps a "necessary evil" ax far
as disappointments suffered by contestants are concerned
but someone has to be the villain, I guess.
Like the dental hygienist whose chair I've been occupying
myself this afternoon! Ouch!! But I emerged without
suffering any disappointment about the state of my teeth
from a Smart-Alec know-all - for which I was duly grateful.

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Brian Maryon

Wed 16th May 2018 13:53

Mark - I actually think Richard Osman is quite a funny guy when he appears on shows such as 'Have I Got News For You'. It's just the role he takes in pointless that gets on my wick.

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M.C. Newberry

Wed 16th May 2018 13:20

Then you must hate the fact he's gone on to appear in other
programmes and in other "guises". The Beeb loves a winner
of their own making.

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