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Topic History of: Don't forget MONK at 3pm today...
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JK2006 nm
Robbiex What with Monk on every day and "Deal or No Deal", the afternoons are becoming the best time of day for tv. No
doubt unemployment figures will rise!!!
JK2006 though I have no idea why he doesn't just post it on here but...
MONK is being shown DAILY on BBC1 afternoons starting tomorrow... at 2pm Sunday; then 2.35 every afternoon.
Tell everyone.
Close down offices.
Work through lunch instead.
Tell secretaries to hold all calls!
Martin K I have not seen it yet, but the hype about it on this board deserves fulfillment!
JK2006 I know, I know, we've all got FAR better things to do on a Saturday afternoon than watch TV.
But BBC schedulers cannot be persuaded to see sense.
I gather this is the original first episode, setting the entire series up.
MUST SEE TV... I repeat; it's the best US TV series in years.