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DavidWhitfield766 posts since 16 Oct 2013
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
The episode is on ITV Hub but they've chopped off the End Of The Show Show part

Interestingly, they've left in all references to The End of the Show Show throughout the programme, including Rob Brydon's (many) mentions of it, and the little interview they did with Anne-Marie (part two) where they referred to wanting to karate-ify her upcoming performance, so they've not really done a very good job of editing it.
They didn't even bother to stick the credits on the end of the penultimate section. It just cuts off after Rob says they'll be back in a few minutes with Anne-Marie. Confused
Very poor job all round, really. Hardly going to go unnoticed to somebody who didn't hear about the situation and went to watch it on ITV Hub.
Last edited by DavidWhitfield on 1 March 2020 10:17pm - 5 times in total
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Brekkie33,848 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Sometimes people are genuinely offended. Sometimes people choose to be offended.

Anne Marie refers to a lack of education for the error, but there is also a lack of education as to why it isn't offensive.
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Andrew14,245 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The episode is on ITV Hub but they've chopped off the End Of The Show Show part

Interestingly, they've left in all references to The End of the Show Show throughout the programme, including Rob Brydon's (many) mentions of it, and the little interview they did with Anne-Marie (part two) where they referred to wanting to karate-ify her upcoming performance, so they've not really done a very good job of editing it.
They didn't even bother to stick the titles on the end of the penultimate section. It just cuts off after Rob says they'll be back in a few minutes with Anne-Marie. Confused
Very poor job all round, really. Hardly going to go unnoticed to somebody who didn't hear about the situation and went to watch it on ITV Hub.

Why on earth would they do all the things you were suggesting?
An element of the performance is what has caused offence, not every mention that there would be a performance
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dosxuk4,458 posts since 22 Oct 2005
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
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Very poor job all round, really.


They've had less than 24 hours and it's a weekend.


I'd agree but when you look at how swiftly iPlayer makes its programmes available, it makes the others look slow.


I think the point is not the time to make a programme available, but to make a series of edits to hide the existence of the end of the show or to edit out the offending material, and then put that edited version up.
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Sh1ruba460 posts since 13 Jan 2019
Central (West) Midlands Today
Sometimes people are genuinely offended. Sometimes people choose to be offended.

Anne Marie refers to a lack of education for the error, but there is also a lack of education as to why it isn't offensive.

Actually it is offensive to the Koreans who had to suffer during the Second World War.

They had to suffer under Japanese rule and the women were subject to abuse, sexual abuse included so it seems darker than you may think, hence why they want this symbol banned at the upcoming Olympics in Tokyo.
Steve in Pudsey10,673 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
I think he's saying that some people saw the programme, understood the context and legitimately found it offensive.

Other people are jumping on a bandwagon and feeling offended because they think they should be.

And it certainly is possible to choose not to be offended - to understand that it was an unfortunate/careless mistake rather than a deliberate attempt to cause offence and accept the offered apologies.
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Markymark7,777 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
Sometimes people are genuinely offended. Sometimes people choose to be offended.

Anne Marie refers to a lack of education for the error, but there is also a lack of education as to why it isn't offensive.

Actually it is offensive to the Koreans who had to suffer during the Second World War.

They had to suffer under Japanese rule and the women were subject to abuse, sexual abuse included so it seems darker than you may think, hence why they want this symbol banned at the upcoming Olympics in Tokyo.


It's offensive to British PoWs too

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-33931660

When I was at uni, my ex navy landlord refused to buy anything Japanese, and frowend upon anything Japanese 'under his roof' which given the amount of kit I had in my bedsit, was impossible to comply with!
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