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posted by [personal profile] panik at 10:31pm on 28/11/2008 under
Massive IT Crowd slash-potential squee!

::is somewhat disturbed yet everso slightly turned on:: 

Is this wrong? Am I a bad person?
Mood:: 'confused' confused
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posted by [identity profile] at 10:42pm on 28/11/2008
It was rather interesting, wasn't it? I was trying to work out who was enjoying it more - Moss, Roy or me? Erm, probably me...

But no, I don't think it makes you a bad person. At least...if it does, I think I'm in the same boat...
posted by [identity profile] at 09:10am on 29/11/2008
My squee could be heard for a league. And no, I don;t really think I' a bad person. If my moral compass was the slightest bit shaken by Roy and Moss snogging then the sort of fic I read on a nightly basis would have driven me well mental by now. ;o)

I've just downloaded it so I can watch it again. ::spanks own bottom. Likes it a little too uch:: Heh heh heh.
posted by [identity profile] at 11:28pm on 28/11/2008

I've seen every episode but this new season, but I'm VERY sad Richmond won't be in it! =<{

He was my favourite. =>}

posted by [identity profile] at 09:17am on 29/11/2008
No Noel, nope, he's busy touring with the Boosh (and I have tickets! Oh yes. *g*)

Last week's was... alright. A bit of a wash really, till the very end which was fantastic (oh god, so very!) and had Chris Morris in it. And Hitler! *g*

Last night's ep... How can I even begin to sing its praises? Genius, a masterpiece, guaranteed to enter the echelons. I've been quoting all morning and Moss and Roy...! O:! Ooh la la! *g*

Have you tried downloading? Otherwise, there's always YouTube.
That last part - you might find the first minute of that interesting. ;o)
posted by [identity profile] at 06:05pm on 29/11/2008

In spite of no Richmond, it sounds like a good season. =>}

Our son will have a copy of the whole season when we next visit, so we've planned to watch the whole thing together when we're there for his birthday.

I might check out the YouTube bits, though. Thanks for the links! =>}

posted by [identity profile] at 01:44pm on 29/11/2008
Sooo tempted to click on the youtube link - but I shall be strong, I shall, and wait until the DVD is released.
posted by [identity profile] at 01:47pm on 29/11/2008
You'll have a long wait, sugar - we're only on ep. 2 here. Click the link! Go on, you know you want to! *g*
posted by [identity profile] at 04:00pm on 30/11/2008
There had been a little too much cringe humour for me in the episode up until that point, and I'd been about to label the story 'not one of my favourites' when the snog scene came on, and I forgave the episode its every sin. :)

(Mind you, I'm not sure what it says about me as a slash writer, that for me, the highlight of the scene was the endless cop cars and not the snog at all.)

Interesting statements about male behaviour/sexuality/attitudes could be seen in the episode as a whole. My partner has, of course, memorised all the football lines for the next time he's forced to converse with a 'real' man. ;)
posted by [identity profile] at 08:58am on 01/12/2008
Oh, I loved it all, I thought it was a vast improvement on last weeks which didn;t seem to get goig at all until the last 5 minutes. Moss and Roy trying to be real men? What's not to like? *g*

The man I live with is nothing like a real man at all, either. He used to be a sports photographer who couldn't name a single player or understand any of the rules. The bit where Roy is crying in the car, rolling out the same stuff was genius, I thought.
posted by [identity profile] at 09:02pm on 30/11/2008
Ahahahahaha longest fake-out make-out EVER. I love how Moss was just tossing Roy's head from side to side like, "Better make this look passionate! Tra la la!"

I also liked the little Stephen Fry mention at the end.

V. v. sad about no Richmond. The amount I want to marry Richmond is great.

posted by [identity profile] at 09:00am on 01/12/2008
That kiss went on and on. I loved the never ending police cars and - we could of just hidden behind those skips. Genius.

I miss Richmond greatly, too. I'm consoling myself with lots of Cradle of Filth.