As long as no other presenters throw a sulk, grow an ego and think they were bigger than the show and decree we aren't allowed to see their episodes
As opposed to those sulky entitled obsessives with massive egos who demand that they must be able to collect every single episode.
This has been discussed many times before. It's perfectly understandable that he didn't want to be associated with the programme in his position.
If his contract or dealings with the BBC meant that he could veto appearances then so be it. His right to do so are far more important than ensuring a few anoraks complete their collection
Last edited by Inspector Sands on 21 July 2019 6:53pm