Ok, it’s not coming home, but we enjoyed it whilst it lasted.
Also, we’re not sure we could take much more of the nail-biting agony.
Fortunately, to fill the footie-shaped hole, Must has plenty of joyful telly to keep you entertained this week, including some cracking comedy, the ever-brilliant Kathy Burke, some very big dogs and a DIY masterclass.
We didn’t think we could be surprised anymore. Apocalyptic virus sweeping the planet? The Pentagon releasing UFO videos? Nothing can shock us. Apart from maybe this wildly unpredictable and thoroughly enjoyable sketch show. Thanks Tim Robinson, we needed that.
This series focuses on 18-year-old Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist) who, coming to end of his high school years, has decided he’d like a girlfriend.
There are few things that bring humans joy as much as their four-legged friends. So why not maximise that dog-related joy, by getting yourself a hound that’s almost as big as a horse, with paws the size of frying pans and snouts as long as an anteater’s?
That British stiff upper lip comes with a few rules: don’t talk to people on the tube, always put the hot water in before the milk, and whatever you do, don’t talk about money. But in her true, blunt style, Kathy Burke is saying bugger that, and is having a right rummage around in people’s finances.
Bob’s branded himself the king of, “all the gear, no idea” to his over three million subscribers, who tune in every week to watch him complete another DIY masterpiece.