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Andrew11,681 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Firstly, did Ant & Dec introduce Saturday Night Takeaway over the ident on STV & UTV, I'm guessing they probably at least did the latter?, or was the fact they started the show proper in a mock up continuity booth lost on Scottish viewers?

Secondly, like last year's cruise finale, this year we look forward to in 6 weeks time, a show broadcast live from Walt Disney World in Florida.

Oh and of course "Ant and Dec were left RED FACED and FORCED to apologise after a member of the public mouthed F*** OFF on LIVE TV!!1!" Laughing

And didn't Studio 1 at The London Studios look great!
Larry the Loafer4,232 posts since 2 Jul 2005
Granada North West Today
They seemed a little looser this time round which I was pleased to see. Recently they've been too slick for their own good and they've lost that "just two friends from Newcastle" charm, but seeing them crack up as Scarlett and then having Dec mess his lines up was a relief to watch. Not quite sure what the point was behind making people wave at their window when Scarlett just picked the house she was closest to, especially when there were houses down the road lit up to oblivion.
Hatton Cross2,146 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today


The last time ITV was live from a Disneyland on a Saturday night was back in April 1992 when what was EuroDisney opened.


And if memory serves - it also fell foul of the ITC/BCC and had a 'undue prominence to Euro Disney' complaint upheld against it.
ITV "Occasionally it gives us something good, but for the most part, it is pathetic and puerile". Lord Taylor, House Of Commons, 1959.
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all new Phil2,149 posts since 12 Feb 2005
Granada North West Today
Great show. Never really seen Scarlett Moffat on anything before but she was a really good addition to the show, much better than the blonde robot Ashley Roberts.

I definitely know now that there is a new Jamie Oliver restaurant in Harrogate - I wonder just how much of a surprise that was? Felt like a bit of a PR stunt.

Only thing missing really was the bit where they bring someone down from the audience. There was the couple whose parents were there for their honeymoon but that felt a bit half-arsed, as if they'd filmed it but it turned out to be not very good.
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JCB1,770 posts since 21 Sep 2004
They seemed a little looser this time round which I was pleased to see.


It was nice to see things going a little less smoothly but the show is still far too cheesy for my liking. This naff 'Morcambe & Wise lite' act they seem to have settled into now seemed especially grating last night having spent yesterday watching sm:tv live videos on youtube.
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Larry the Loafer4,232 posts since 2 Jul 2005
Granada North West Today
Ant v Dec isn't too bad when they keep to the same level of abseiling down the South Bank studios, as opposed to playing Catchphrase with Stephen Mulhern. The End of the Show Show has its moments but last night it was astoundingly weak, felt like it was an idea cobbled together in the afternoon.
marshmallow132 posts since 4 Nov 2015
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)


The last time ITV was live from a Disneyland on a Saturday night was back in April 1992 when what was EuroDisney opened.


And if memory serves - it also fell foul of the ITC/BCC and had a 'undue prominence to Euro Disney' complaint upheld against it.

I thought they were treading a bit close to the line once again last night, the feature just felt like an extended promotion for Disneyland and Virgin Atlantic.