Episode 16 – Inside No. 9

It’s time for us to go a little bit over the top in our love of a show as we diret our laser-like focus onto the dark comedy Inside No. 9. 
 
We also discuss our favourite episodes in spoiler-free detail, our wish for Rachel Bloom to appear on the show and how Peter would allow Reese Shearsmith to shoot him in the face
 
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Episode 15 – Rejseholdet

It’s time for us to consider many a Danish thing as Just Watch It focuses on crime series Rejseholdet (Unit One).


We also discuss the re-tooling of Murder One, our various Danish cultural touchstones and plot ideas for French wine crime show Blood on the Vine.
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Episode 14 – Roots

This week on Just Watch It we have a look at what might be the most important US miniseries of all time: Roots.

We also discuss the huge viewing figures, the real villain of 12 Years A Slave, Robinson Crusoe and why having Black History Month in February is just insulting.


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Episode 13 – Knight Rider

Time to get the chest wig and car wax ready as, this week, we are watching The Hoff doing donuts in the 1980s show Knight Rider.


We also discuss the many reboots of Knight Rider, the books we are currently reading, evil twins and the worst crossover idea in the history of TV.


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Episode 12 – Brideshead Revisited

This week we’re both feeling impossibly British as we dive into the 1981 adaptation of the Evelyn Waugh novel Brideshead Revisited.

We also discuss Peter’s continued obsession with the very funny Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the ideal voice of Don Quixote’s Sancho Panza, how this measures up against Andrew Davies’ adaptation of Bleak House and the themes of religion and fall of the noble classes within both the book and the TV series (in-depth analysis alert!).