August 25, 2005

Dirty Man

Did anybody see 'How Clean is Your House?' last night?

What a dirty, ungrateful man. I felt physically sick when they showed his dirty 'never been cleaned' toilet! Kim and Aggie should have just left him to live in his dirty squallor….Worse than any student house i've seen!

On a similar note…Channel Four were on good form last night. We were treated to 'You Are What You Eat' with two obese people from Birmingham and then 'Supernanny' which featured a woman from Coventry whose kids were out of control.

Nice to see the people of the Midlands keeping up the positive image!

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  1. I didn't see How Clean is Your House? but I did see the other two – and yes, it did give people a great impression of the Midlands didn't it?!

    Next up:

    • 24-hour drinking – the impact on Coventry?

    Perhaps we can pitch some programme ideas to ITV?

    25 Aug 2005, 10:57

  2. I am a person without TV. Last time I watched 'You Are What You Eat' I was scoffing a giant bar of Cadbury's chocolate and was so disgusted with myself I just ate really good things for a whole 10 days. Miracle programme. Perhaps I should start watching it again.

    25 Aug 2005, 14:45

  3. Eleanor Lovell

    Helen, poor you without a TV - for now you will have to rely on my insightful commentary…. hmm

    25 Aug 2005, 14:58

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