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J_Stewart

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  1. That was the worst episode the programme has created by absolute miles. It was utter piss, and the writing appears to be getting progressively worse, as if they’ve run out of ideas so just made the characters zanier and wackier, and Jim especially has changed from an oddball nuisance to a moronic sociopath. There was nothing likeable about any of the characters in that episode, no charm at all, just cringe.
  2. Aldo out of the fight with Henry Cejudo at 250, getting replaced by Dom Cruz. That's an upgrade, IMO, or at the very least a lot more intriguing fight. Very interested to see how Cruz looks having not fought in 3 and a half years.
  3. Dana going mental, thinking he's booking a mid-90's Street Fighter computer game and hiring his own private island to hold it is the sort of fever dream shit this lockdown badly needs. Madness. Ferguson v Gaethje will be a bloodbath. I have a bad feeling we're never getting Khabib v Tony though.
  4. Even by Westworld's high standards, episode 4 is very, very, very good. Thoroughly enjoyed this season so far, as I did with both 1 and 2. An exceptional television show. Fingers crossed Aaron Paul gets even more screen time as the series develops, he's a very good actor, especially in something like this where things are only going to get darker.
  5. You know it’s fucking mental when the most sane, rational and relatable people - by a distance - are the lassie who had her arm bitten off, the meth head straight lad who married a homosexual man for seemingly no reason, and the drug dealer that literally inspired Scarface. Nothing but respect for Joe Exotic’s commitment to the gimmick when “his people” were there in the audience at the park. Lost your entire fortune in a law suit? No bother. Under FBI Investigation? Zero problem. Husband’s just killed himself? Who cares. There’re people to entertain goddamnit! What a worker.
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    Ruth calling Wendy a “fucking bitch wolf” is an utterly astonishing piece of television. That was the best season yet. A brilliant programme. Jason Bateman’s continued ability to wear his sleeves rolled at all times is absolutely unrivalled as well.
  7. It really is, in a similar vein, Life In Pieces is also a very enjoyable watch for the vast majority of it.
  8. It's essentially just like the Wasteland we had on here a few years ago, but with less chaos and fewer deaths. 100% behind it also, the P&B version of the 42 team Scottish league.
  9. Worth the price of subscription for “The World According to Jeff Goldblum” alone. What a fucking hero that man is [emoji7]
  10. Paddington 2 Like the first one, an utter joy from start to finish. Plenty of laughs and heartwarming moments, and Hugh Grant was excellent as the eccentric villain. Paddington is an absolute top boy, and I wasn’t crying at the end, you were crying!
  11. Fight 100% shouldn’t have been planned to go ahead anyway, but if this is true it sounds like it’s well and truly fucked
  12. Lockdown is tough on us all, even Rosie the dog, who has now taken to wearing a Russian hat around the house to get through the days One of the stranger coping mechanisms.
  13. Jon Jones arrested for DWI yet again, along with shooting off a firearm (which he tried to hide under the drivers seat) in the middle of the night. A complete and utter fanny. I have no doubt he’d be the undisputed heavyweight champ (with his size and talent he’d have breezed it) and the biggest star in the history of the sport if he wasn’t such a self-destructive, rip-roaring c**t.
  14. Rosie the dog got a new bed yesterday. She’s a fan.
  15. ‪All this is missing is the David Brent “you’re not going to lose your job, you’re not going to lose your job, you’re... eh... you’re not going to lose your job” but with “you have to leave” at the end, and the curb your enthusiasm music at the 8 second mark when seeing the journalists expression for this to be the greatest moment in news coverage history, IMO. Top, top authoritarianing from our boy, Donny.
  16. Enjoyed a bit of social distancing by taking Rosie the dog to Glen Tanar in Aboyne with the wife. Nice place for a stroll.
  17. How do you possibly improve Barry Homeowner / Train Guy on social media I hear you ask? Add in Matt Berry as Jeff Linton, that’s how. An idea right out of the isolation inspiration station. Ciao and, of course, bella-ella-eeessseemo
  18. Similar level of fucking idiocy in Aberdeen last night with 11.5k going to see Lewis Capaldi. Not only have you listened to two hours of shite music, but you’ve now inadvertently led to the death of your granny. Well done, folks. Stupid c***s.
  19. We’re in the midst of a global pandemic with the world in utter chaos, and our boy Donny’s main focus is still getting one up on Obama: At least he’s consistent in one area. Some boy.
  20. Don’t mind me lads, just wanking myself in to a coma over Steve Mcmanaman, Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand’s salty but delicious tears.
  21. Beaten away from home, beaten at home. Sit doon Liverpool, you’ve been skelped. Fucking love that.
  22. Ahhhh hahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha LOLverpool, amarite?
  23. I thought he was called Ryan, but every time he’s mentioned it’s “Poor From Kent”, has he changed his name?
  24. Regardless of what happens in the rest of this fight, it’s time for Quigg to hang them up. He’s being hit with every shot Carroll throws. Not nice to see.
  25. Lads, I cannot stress this enough, you have to watch the third part of the Tyson Fury ITV documentary, and more specifically, you have to watch every single second that big John Fury is on the screen. It is absolute gold [emoji23] Thought all three parts were really good, and it was candid enough to be interesting and not just a puff piece. Last night’s instalment with big John is incredible though.
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