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11/02/2007 at 20:50
How funny:-))))))))))
11/02/2007 at 20:52
Best comedy I've seen for ages
kittenkat    pirate
11/02/2007 at 20:52
Sh*t, missed it!
M...eldy    pirate
11/02/2007 at 20:53
its repeated during the week but I forget which day
kittenkat    pirate
11/02/2007 at 20:53
What happened, we usually watch it
11/02/2007 at 20:53
KK you fool
kittenkat    pirate
11/02/2007 at 20:56
especially as I started a thread about how bored I was GD.......... Doh!!
11/02/2007 at 21:19
KK you have to watch the repeat even if only to see the sex god Hamster in a stetson and sunnies!!! ;o)
11/02/2007 at 21:20
Brilliant TV..... particularly the bit with the locals throwing rocks. James looked genuinely terrified :-D
kittenkat    pirate
11/02/2007 at 21:35
oh.... no.... just told hubby we missed it.... gutted. When's the repeat?
11/02/2007 at 21:37
Wednesday at 7
11/02/2007 at 21:38
The Hamster remains a teeny-tiny s*x God.

Excellent programme, enjoyed it from start to finish.
11/02/2007 at 21:38
Wednesday 7pm
kittenkat    pirate
11/02/2007 at 21:42
Cheers Kaz and GD. have to go now but..... do you really think the hamster is the same as before? I saw the first come back prog and he had this kind of haunted look (can understand why)........
His injury was serious......
Dark Vader    pirate
11/02/2007 at 21:53
That was a brilliant episode :)

11/02/2007 at 22:55
Brilliant !! Hilarious !!
And I'm sure the gas station was NOT a set up !!
12/02/2007 at 09:20
Sums up the Americans in a nutshell    pirate
12/02/2007 at 09:23
The Hamster has definitely aged, but then you would I guess.

It was an hilarious show, but sobering on two fronts I thought - the situation with the rednecks seemed more serious than we were being showed, I felt, and the point made by Jeremy that New Orleans is still in such a state of choas. I couldn't help but wonder if the same thing had happened in a "rich white" state whether the chaos would be allowed to continue...
12/02/2007 at 12:11
The New Orleans thing came to mind for me too, and I almost felt that Richard Hammond came closer to death on the prgramme than in his crash -

what was frightening though was in the country that proclaims to be the 'Land of the Free' that there is so much bigotry and predudice.
12/02/2007 at 12:25
Do you really think the garage was a set-up - I'm in two minds?

The incident with the roadkill was funny, for anyone that hasn't seen it I won't go into too much detail but I would imagine the animal rights people would be up in arms with they way they removed the second animal from the vehicle :))

Yes, New Orleans did make you think.

Very funny programme though - may watch it again on repeat
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