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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Bierboy, Sep 12, 2013.
It aired in the UK today/tonight.
I shall watch when I get home from work!
Will watch in 9m 8s
Some of us work in the PST time zone.
I live in the TVTorrents timezone.
I miss this show already!
Is the title of the show "The Last Byte"?
Thanks...just wanted to make sure I was "getting" the correct show....
Same here, but I couldn't exactly watch at work. It doesn't matter now, I've seen it. Slow to start, but once it got going, it was like old times.
That laugh track was awful though. Everyone who complains about BBT's laugh track should watch this.
Didn't even notice the laugh track.
I thought the show was great. Moss in the phone booth was hilarious.
Totally sucks that it's over, but it was great that we got this one last episode.
"Did you try restarting it?"
or something like that being the last line was awesome...(spoilered so the police don't come after me)
Maybe it was more noticeable to me because they separated it out to L & R, with everything else in the center? It was VERY fake sounding, there was no audience. Sometimes the laughs would be long, other times they would be short and sure to cut out because the next line was coming. They just did a poor job of it.
That said, the show itself was fabulous.
Um, yeah. I don't do torrents. I'll wait until it airs in the US.
There were some funny moments and the last line was great, but it wasn't as good as some in the past. My son watched every single episode, but only lasted about 10-15 minutes through this.
right up there with Fawlty Towers as one of the funniest, shortest lived sitcoms in TV history. There's an Americanized pilot floating around that never made it to air, with Ayode even. Thank goodness it never got to air.
Long live IT Crowd
Which is a shame, because that's when it started getting really good.
A couple of nods to past stuff:
I believe the lady that was being mugged on the street was the same one that fell down the stairs in that 'New Emergency Services 999' commercial.
They also brought up the 'Internet in a box' gag.