History YMMV / TwoPintsOfLagerAndAPacketOfCrisps

21st May '17 1:11:46 PM MagBas
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* JumpingTheShark - The entire concept of this trope is spoofed in the seventh season opener, 'When Jonny Met Sharky'. Ironically, however, many feel that the seventh season did indeed [[JumpingTheShark jump the shark]], for various reasons.

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* JumpingTheShark - The entire concept of this trope is spoofed in the seventh season opener, 'When Jonny Met Sharky'. Ironically, however, many feel that the seventh season did indeed [[JumpingTheShark jump the shark]], for various reasons.
7th Aug '16 6:06:01 AM twilicorn
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* HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. At the time, Susan Nickson probably had in mind Savile as the naff, shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...

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* HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. At the time, Susan Nickson probably had in mind Savile as the naff, shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. [[PaedoHunt However...]]
14th Apr '16 8:47:48 AM 06tele
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* NightmareFuel: The horror episode, 'When Janet Killed Jonny', is full of this (even though the episode is played for laughs at the same time). Most of the creepiest moments involve Louise, who [[spoiler:after being afflicted by the pub's curse, starts to saw off her own leg above the knee while being completely nonchalant about the whole thing, bashes herself in the head with a claw hammer, and then proceeds to ''saw her own head off'']].

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* NightmareFuel: The horror episode, 'When "When Janet Killed Jonny', Jonn"', is full of this (even though the episode is played for laughs at the same time). Most of the creepiest moments involve Louise, who [[spoiler:after being afflicted by the pub's curse, starts to saw off her own leg above the knee while being completely nonchalant about the whole thing, bashes herself in the head with a claw hammer, and then proceeds to ''saw her own head off'']].



** Kelly's death is the least gory, but one of the most unnerving: [[spoiler: she gets a crisp packet stuck to her mouth and then hundreds of crisp packets whirl around her and stick to her, so that's she suffocated to death while blinded and gagged.]]



* TheWoobie - Everyone has their moments.

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* TheWoobie - Everyone has their moments.
9th Apr '14 2:49:20 PM jmparker78
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** What really makes this a NightmareFuel episode is that it's apparently ''not'' all just a dream. Well, yes it is, but not within the episode. It was also the last episode of the season, and Jonny's final appearance.
*** Also, the gore and monster effects were very realistic. Not at all the goofy fair you see in most "scary episodes" of sitcoms.
7th Feb '14 9:13:27 AM TVRulezAgain
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* HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at the time, Susan Nickson probably had in mind Savile as the naff, shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...

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* HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at At the time, Susan Nickson probably had in mind Savile as the naff, shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...
7th Feb '14 9:13:11 AM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: Dion. See his TeensAreMonsters entry on the main page.
14th Jan '14 9:16:10 AM mrtroper
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* HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at the time, the writers probably had in mind Savile as the naff shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...

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* HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at the time, the writers Susan Nickson probably had in mind Savile as the naff naff, shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...
21st Dec '13 5:14:29 AM mrtroper
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* * HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at the time, the writers probably had in mind Savile as the naff shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...

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* * HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at the time, the writers probably had in mind Savile as the naff shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...
21st Dec '13 5:14:06 AM mrtroper
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* * HarsherInHindsight: In the episode ''Lard'', Janet and Donna agree that Jimmy Savile was an even greater tragedy of our time than male bonding. Of course, at the time, the writers probably had in mind Savile as the naff shellsuit-wearing, cigar-smoking TV presenter. However...
14th Jun '13 2:09:15 PM TVRulezAgain
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* SeasonalRot - many feel that the seventh season (with the live episode as a general exception) was a let-down. Others feel that it began with the sixth season.

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* SeasonalRot - many feel that the seventh season 7 (with the live episode as a general exception) was a let-down. Others feel that it began with the sixth season.season 6.
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