December 10th, 2012

WATCH: Question Time Explained

Worth it for the Dappy from N-Dubz line…


48 Comments

  1. 1
    The BBC are cunts says:

    WTF ?

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    • 18
      misterneddy says:

      The ethnic mix is all wrong. That audience did not look like the typical representative BBC audience, of the sort that the BBC would love for Britain to look like.

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      • 45
        My Horse Chestnut tree has STD says:

        Question Time explained?!? Just play to the gallery, and watch them clap, with their distant lights are on butnobody is at home mass hysteria.

        Who selects the fucking puppet audience after all, answer me that? I wouldn’t pass the first stage of screening, I know it!

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    • 19
      stu says:

      all this Labour party noncing, luke bozier, max clifford, the entire bbc, rochdale social services etc. why don’t we just combine the electoral register and the sex offenders register with electronic voting. that way as soon as you vote labour you could could be monitored closely for offences against children. we would need the police to be non-labour supporters for it to work.

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  2. 2
    The BBC are cnuts says:

    wtf ?

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  3. 3

    Sweaty Man is coming for you!!

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  4. 3
    Kebab Time says:

    Bloody Brilliant!

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    • 22
      Green Pullover Man. says:

      Better than the so called real programme though the arrogance of Dumbleby does not really come across as well. Encouraging but must do better.

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  5. 5
    Brent Fraser says:

    Hurray for Harry and Paul

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  6. 6
    Steve Miliband says:

    Tony Blair as an intern

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  7. 7

    Do they still have the inane question at the end of ‘Question Time’? ‘Any Questions?’ always seems to run out of time first, nowadays. No great loss.

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  8. 9
    Baroness Token says:

    Didn’t notice any satire actually.

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  9. 10
    LOL says:

    That was brilliant. “Cambridge Ringroad University”. It was also surprisingly conservative for something broadcast on bbc2, especially the bit with “ed sillyband” going on about “tories, tories, tories”.

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  10. 12
    Sue Brown says:

    Stopped watching QT a long time ago.

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  11. 14
    Roscoe Rules says:

    I used to suffer with a bladder condition which usually came on late Thursday evenings.
    My doctor said I was suffering with boiled piss syndrome and should stop watching question time.
    My wee is now as cool and clear as a mountain stream since I took his advice.

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  12. 17
    The Biased Bullshit, Buggery, Child Crap and Playtime Corpse + Haribo Halfwit + Pollytwat et al, says:

    We seek Control only for it’s own sake, – and so that OURS is the only voice to be heard.

    Now leave us – common person!

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  13. 20
    Angie the Eagle says:

    Stella Greasy on this week. Woof woof!

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  14. 21
    Anonymous says:

    Ah yes, Guido well ahead of everyone else of course…..showing a sketch from, ooh, must be a couple of months ago!
    “You’re either ahead of Guido, or very ahead!”

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    • 27
      A casual observer says:

      Touched a nerve?

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    • 28
      you boring git, you keep repeating yourself says:

      Probably right, just like Brown used to count the troops out, then count them in , then count them in again a month later, then count them in again 3 months later, strange how different things come to mind innit.

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    • 29
      The Public says:

      I caught your blog. Very innovative. Cute name too.

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  15. 24
    A pathetic old bag in Edinburgh says:

    End the licence fee.

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  16. 25
    Bonnie Greer regular QT panelist says:

    I came last in an IQ test so had the test changed to include jumping and skipping and still came second behind a honky.
    It’s a babylon racist conspiracy

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  17. 31
    supahhh says:

    The Liverpudlian wanting the government ‘to admit that they got it wrong’ was just the most perfect representation of that city of moping twats there could ever be.

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  18. 36
    Old Clubman says:

    David Dimbleby..Is he a Quare?

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  19. 37
    MartinW says:

    Yup! That’s just about right. Panel and audience in Robin Day’s time tended to be more sensible, but was before stupitity was de rigeur. As for his brother’s radio programme, it is just as dire. How much better it was before politicians dominated it. I yearn for the days of Freddy Grizewood, Russell Braddon and Mary Stocks.

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  20. 47
    god says:

    The idiocy of the QT audience is rivalled only by the self-important irrelevance of many of those on the panels! Manic clapping follows every moronic left-wing comment and display of faux outrage at the doings of the wicked Tories! Used to be an interesting programme, but now it’s just an extension of Labour’s PR machine – but there again, it IS the BBC which runs QT!

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  21. 48

    The last Question Time program, two days ago, had a discussion about same-sex marriage, during which a member of the audience correctly predicted that a few years from now we will be debating marriage between relatives.
    She was quickly dismissed by the panelist Labour MP Stella Creasy as if she was talking nonsense.
    In reality, this woman was much closer to reality than Creasy was.
    Incest will in all likelihood become acceptable quite soon in many European countries, and after that it could easily follow the path of homosexual couples to legalizing marriage, not to mention that threesomes have already started getting married, in Brazil and the Netherlands:

    http://enzaferreri.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/consenting-adults-homosexuality-incest.html

    Peter Hitchens was the “best in show”, and Will Self the “best in the Toy category” (he was a rather unfunny joke):

    http://enzaferreri.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/hitchens-self-gay-marriage-question-time.html

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