The episodes were not well received by viewers or the media. The BBC and the programme makers were heavily criticised for the stereotypical way they portrayed Irish people.Viewers were angered by scenes that they felt portrayed Irish as resentful towards English, drunk, dirty, poor and rude – one scene showed a drunk man pouring beer over Pauline Fowler (later revealed to be her brother-in-law), and then demanding payment for the drink.
It’s sad that I realised that the alcoholic at the beginning was in 2 pints of lager and a packet of crisps.
David Platt with the radiator when he finds out his mate is seeing his ex…comedy gold
Can’t believe no one has posted this yet
The bit where the tram comes crashing down with that noise like something out of Jurassic Park
I’m on a right Corrie/Neighbours/Brookie trip thanks to this thread.
Imagine being an Eastenders person
That’s reminded me of this
this was actually really good, no shit
Pretty proud of the Instagram stories I just put up
Gail is too much
Was not expecting to be that aroused
bit of column a, bit of column b