Ep 284: Fresh Meat

We review a new comedy / drama from Channel 4 in the UK. It’s called Fresh Meat and it caused some controversy in the Boxcutters studio.

John Richards is cohost and he tells us tales of his journey to Seattle where Outland premiered.

We finally get around to your letters and Toby Halligan brings us some fascinating and frightening news from China.

Notes

One Thing

3 Comments

  1. David Boxcutter says:

    So, Josh finally stopped trying to make Fetch TV happen?

  2. So.
    I watched the Outland trailer (which is awesome, btw).
    But I feel I must point out that my wheelchair is the same make as the one your prop people seem to have found.
    I just felt the need to share that, as I may have let out an embarrassingly loud girlish squeal when I saw.

  3. Glenn Peters says:

    Good episode folks. I’m assuming nobody’s been lynched by the Chinese government. Annoying when it happens but it does.

    Anyway, just saw the first episode of Fresh Meat and have to say I really liked it. Not as good as The Young Ones, This Life or even The Inbetweeners but good nonetheless. The girl who plays Josie or JC or you know, the nice blonde one is charming. The Scottish guy has a funny accent which will amuse me for quite awhile yet and there’s something interesting in the girl who gets bullied into writing essays.

    It does awkward well though awkward seems to be the only joke in the UK in the past ten years.

    But wasn’t there a ban put on Elliot Smith songs appearing in TV and movie soundtracks? There will be when I’m PM. Also buskers will be banned from using amplification or singing Hallelujah.

    As youse were.

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