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.
Yeah, I wonder if they might have got in trouble for that, as they announced you had to stand by your windows to win, and then someone who wasn't won. I liked how they said they were watching it on a delay to fast forward through the adverts, mind, because I do that, and also in case one of them dies during Ant vs Dec. Of course, the whole concept of putting all your lights on was taken straight from Don't Forget Your Toothbrush. I liked Scarlett on it, though, I've never watched Gogglebox or saw her on I'm A Celebrity but she was very quick-witted and likeable.
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.
Yeah, I was assuming that was going to lead to something a bit more substantial but it never did, and maybe it is as you say and it turned out to be unusable. It's a thing they've done before anyway, though it seemed a bit elaborate to chuck it away like that. In a way it's quite good they're prepared to do that rather than drag stuff out for the sake of it, but it made the beginning of the show seem a bit of a non-evenr.
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.
Well, I would always go for the latter, partly because of the dying thing, but also because I just want to see the pair of them mucking about and ad-libbing. The thing about Ant vs Dec is that you can do virtually anything in it. I used to love the ones where they became weathermen and stuff, just because it was great fun to see them do all the training.