Bros documentary - BBC4/iplayer


#241

For God’s sake, Balonz.


#242

Ah sorry!
Can’t get the image out of my head tbh. Really tonguing it at one point


#243

A 90 minute film focused on them, and I came away still only knowing the same one chorus of theirs that I knew before.


#244

Me personally?


#245

Yeah. Are you a twin?


#246

It was more the fact that Luke seemed very unphased by his brother tonging up his lug holes


#247

Also i keep seeing Bros and thinking Bross but then when I say it out loud, I keep saying bros like brothers

Quite annoying


#248

I know their song about Big Ben being a great defender.


#249

Not that I know of! Sorry


#250

YEAH! It’s a bit like when dogs can tell another dog has an ear infection so they lick it for them


#251

I don’t mind having my ear licked

#reallyputtingthecatamongstthepigeons


#252

90 outstanding minutes of television there, we kept having to pause it because they were creasing us up too much. “I think that hindsight is the philosophy of thoughts… That’s one of the expressions I’ve used. I love words, but I think that it’s valid”. Incredible work.


#253

Why am I still so obsessed with this documentary? :laughing:


#254

Gonna watch it again tonight :smiley:


#255

I missed this one? Wtf.

The words that come out of this man.


#256

Hahahahaha so so so great! Quite fancy him tbf. Suspicious that he commissioned that portrait of his dog but we never saw him on screen though :thinking:


#257

okay i’m picking up where i left off - only managed 17 mins the first time round but there are so many insane quotes in that first 17 mins

he’s just hugged the cabin crew as he got off the plane and i want to die already


#258

just seen the big argument - definitely think Matt is the problem there, clearly thinks he’s the big shot and Luke doesn’t have any ideas worth hearing. Luke also tries to diffuse and Matt just keeps yelling ‘fucking’ at him.


#259

The dog refused to take part, fee was too low


#260

All the schools in Cheddar are state schools (I grew up there, but was too young to encounter Herring or Bros, unfortunately).