That's the program I was likening it to, Don't Forget Your Toothbrush. Was that really 25 years ago!That could be @Brekkie We’ve actually never had anything quite like this Australia except for one s a son of Don’t forget your toothbrush 25 years ago.
I’m a fan of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show and Ant and Dec on YouTube, so I guess I’m more familiar than most Aussies with the format.
I do remember thinking while the “In your ear” session was on, and the hosts came in at the end, that the people would have no idea what they were talking about because they were filmed months ago before the show had even been promoted at all.
I went back and watched some old “Tootbrush” episodes on YouTube. It was 1995. And there’s noting new, is there. They had a session where they had brought an audience member’s bedroom and reconstructed it on stage. Not the opportunities then for putting items in tv shows - all they did to her was give some of her clothes to other audience members and she had to find them. But still pretty close to Sunday night’s session.That's the program I was likening it to, Don't Forget Your Toothbrush. Was that really 25 years ago!
I'm not sure how long Sunday Night Takeaway will last, it's funny in parts, but not side splitting. I found my mind wandering onto other things when it was on last week. The only segment that draws me in is where they tell whoever what to say in their ear-pieces - but that's more cringe-worthy than hilarious.
Just remembered a bit I did find funny, the bit where that lady's house hold stuff appeared in The Bold and the Beautiful. I actually enjoyed that bit, but then I'm a sadd-o who watches The Bold, so I could relate to it.
julia always seems to act like that aunt whose just had that little too much to drink.I have only seen the ads for Sunday Night Takeaway.
And that was it for me, I think they picked the wrong hosts.
Julia has the same stale jokes that she uses on I'm a Celeb.
They have the jerk Beau Ryan on the show, a festering boil is funnier.