what is it with this country?
we indulge people like Brand and Ross, laugh at them, give them shows whwere they have carte blanche to do whatever they like,a nd then when they go over the top we want them nung out to dry!!
it was a bad joke FFS, they have apologised...get over it!
andrew sachs is probably glad for the publicity. expect another re run of Fawlty Towers
TBH I don't understand what all the fuss is about. It was normal for his show. At the start they warn the show contains 'adult material' FFS.
He frequently does material like that on the phone; what starts as a normal conversation with a guest degenerates into smut / innuendo / self-obsessed rambling.
Beeb are at fault for letting it be aired if they thought it was that bad it should have been pulled instead of blaming Brand and Ross. Their producer / controller should have stepped in, they're not alone in that studio!
Double standards or what.
Brand, egged on by Ross phoned Andrew Sachs mobile and left 'lewed' messages suggeting he'd shagged sachs' granddaughter. Sachs was supposed to do an interview but pulled out
(Sachs' granddaughter is 23 and an 'exotic dancer').
Don't really go for Brand or Ross... but this is much ado about nothing.
Or it might be the death of civilization as we know it... TM Daily Mail
Brand sounds to me like a pretentious misogynist idiot 99.99% of the times.
Ross makes good programes though I always thought he chickens out very fast when his guests don't look happy with his "jokes".
My vote: Sach them. No tax payers money to those two.
Not funny, not witty, not nice but ultimately not very important.
It's my considered opinion that they're a pair of juvenile t*ssers, so I never watch/listen to them.
I think anyone would be upset at the idea of Russell Brand /forum/smilies/confused_smiley.gif[/img]h@gging]sh@gging their grand-daughter!
Miserable Bleeder wrote (see)
I'd volunteer to beat them both to death with a mouldy cabbage (should take quite a while and give me a good workout)
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