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Christopher Stevens: Rock-Rock! Who is there?Just a celebrity that none of us have heard of

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews weekend TV: Locke-Locke! Who is there?Just a celebrity that none of us have heard of


Celebrity hunt

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Trigger point

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Ladies and gentlemen, the arrival at the bird watching ball is delayed. .. .. I’m Jose, the Pretty Boysen and his son.

We also welcome Mr. and Mrs. Neagle-Snest and their daughter Golda. .. .. From Berkeley Square, we have Mr. and Mrs. Tingale and their musical son, Nai.

Imagine Barry Cryer, who died last week, booming on Radio 4, these ridiculous double-barreled names are weird. I’m sorry, I have no clue.

Buzz would have been tickled by Made in Chelsea’s reality TV semi-celeb Ollie Locke-Locke.

Have you heard of Chizzy Akdol, Lisa Mafia and Chloe Veitch? One of them was in Holby City, one was a Noughties pop singer, and the other was on a Netflix dating show called Too Hot To Handle. Which is which? The correct answer is:

Have you heard of Chizzy Akdol, Lisa Mafia and Chloe Veitch? One of them was in Holby City, one was a Noughties pop singer, and the other was on a Netflix dating show called Too Hot To Handle. Which is which? The correct answer is: “No one cares.”

Brussels and her husband Gareth were both named Locke before they got married. .. .. And instead of keeping their name, they insisted on doubling with a hyphen.

Every time the Celebrity Hunted (C4) narration referred to “Ollie Locke-Locke,” I wanted to shout “Who is there?”

No snooping was allowed between the “30 police and military elite team” tasked with tracking the four fugitives. This fake tracking game takes itself very seriously.

We are home superstars who can’t go out without being attacked by paparazzi, and we intend to believe that fans are desperate for selfies. “Can a celebrity really disappear?” Request a show. But all of them are so anonymous and their own pets will have a hard time recognizing them.

Have you heard of Chizzy Akdol, Lisa Mafia and Chloe Veitch? One of them was in Holby City, one was a Noughties pop singer, and the other was on a Netflix dating show called Too Hot To Handle. Which is which? The correct answer is: “No one cares.”

Chloe’s lips are significantly plump. To make herself inconspicuous, she teamed up with a drug artist called The Vivienne, whose entire face appears to be made of plasticine.

The duo, in nylon blouses and knit cardigans, disguised themselves as two grandmas from the 1970s. No old lady has been convincing since Robin Williams played Mrs. Doubtfire.

We’ve seen so many hunt series so far that the show lacks a way to stay tense. It relies heavily on the throbbing drum soundtrack that keeps you on the edge of your seat just because you have to wake up every 10 minutes for paracetamol. At least this time, we are supporting Stand Up To Cancer. Your headache is a good reason.

Even Keith Moon’s drum solo wouldn’t have been able to give tension to the trigger point (ITV).

This bomb squad drama takes its opening episode into creating a complex one that includes the relationship between police explosives officer Lana’Wash’Washington (Vicky McClure) and Joel’Nat’ Natkins (Adrian Lester). Dedicated-and blew it off a bit.

A clever twist might have been to keep the nut alive, but it was so badly injured that Wash spent every hour in an uneasy distraction.

Instead, she was simply depressed. We saw her lying vaguely in bed, crying at her funeral, drinking until she collapsed, and snapping to her colleague. It was realistic, but it was far from grasping. And if you want to see the miserable and traumatic copper, Martin Freeman will stay at the BBC 1 Responder for three nights.

To make matters worse, all the characters sat down at two debriefing sessions instead of one, updating each other with details that viewers already knew. Last week’s opener had the power of a water cannon. Until the last 10 minutes, this second episode was just a dripping faucet.

It was picked up by the discovery of a mosque timer nail bomb.

But I no longer trust that trigger points bring excitement.

Weekend 60’s Chocolate: The owner Fred Buckle was pushing into Cadbury’s Aztecs at Call The Midwife (BBC1). To remember this short-lived rival of Mars Bar, you need to be of a certain age. .. .. And that barmy TV ad, all the pyramids, masks, feathers.

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Christopher Stevens: Rock-Rock! Who is there?Just a celebrity that none of us have heard of

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