If thats your theory then as I only started watching this series then I should still need to watch more until the novelty wears off?ManicFan2k wrote:I'll get lynced but I think the novelty has worn off this aswell now. Its just not as good as it used to be
Yes and no, Like anything gets boring after a while. It was 'underground' at very 1st and got discovered and placed before a more mainstream audicene but thats not when it became bad, only gone downhill this series its just not as funny this time. He'll have something in the coming 7 weeks thats gonna knock me off my feet tho im sure. Like you say still a brillant concept for a show because it works on 2 levels if you watch or don't watch the shows he 'samples'Skelofect wrote:You paint yourself as someone who's different and unique when really you just 'seem' to jump on and off bandwagons like any other random person.
By that you mean More mindless reality TV crap on for harry to rip apart for the utter crap it actully is than yes. Don't think there will be anymore series of it anymore tho its run it course nowThriller wrote: Plus, it was always better when it was on in the Autumn as the quality of TV seemed better. I'll kind of miss it when it's not on next week but in a sense I won't because it's been mediocre for a while...
Totally agree - the earlier episodes where laugh-out-loud hilarious, but the most recent ones were funny but not as funny. He focused too much on The Apprentance (which ive only watched once) so i didnt really get the first half of the show. Also slightly too repetitive.Thriller wrote:I'm disappointed with this series, it started off great but each episode gets a little more boring. I don't know whether that's because there simply wasn't much to comment on or because Harry's losing it? In tonight's show there was too much Apprentice, none of it was amusing and he focuses too much on certain people who pop up everywhere through the show, like that Asian guy tonight. I did love the TV highlight of the week where Charlie Slater sniffed the milk though!
Plus, it was always better when it was on in the Autumn as the quality of TV seemed better. I'll kind of miss it when it's not on next week but in a sense I won't because it's been mediocre for a while...
FIVE! series The 2 that will follow will be the 6th & 7th.Thriller wrote:From Digitalspy:
Harry Hill's TV Burp has been recommissioned for a futher two "extended" series.
First debuted in 2001, TV Burp has now completed four series and in 2004 won the prestigious Golden Rose award.