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    Mad Dogs

    Post by Lux on Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:21 am

    Anyone watch it? Sky 1 Thursdays 9pm.

    It's pretty funny.......decent actors and story and it's impossible to tell what's going to happen next...full of surprises and gaffs.....yet it's not childish or stupid.

    Not to be watched by those younger people here tut tut

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Fri Feb 25, 2011 10:46 pm

    Brilliant show, makes me wonder what i would do if it were happening to me....just a shame its only 4 episodes
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by crump on Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:11 am

    Amazing. Best thing I've watched in ages, if not the best. Gripping and dramatic, someone reply to my spoiler.

    Spoiler:
    After thingy decided to stay at the Villa, he jumped in the pool, at the same time Dominic was coming up to the Villa and the three lads all stopped and looked at each other. Apparently, theres series 2 on the way. Does the 3 lads go back? I forgot his name, could also hide under the copper, considering its all blood in the pool and eye sight would be limited. Very very good drama.

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Sun Mar 06, 2011 2:34 am

    atastycrumpet wrote:Amazing. Best thing I've watched in ages, if not the best. Gripping and dramatic, someone reply to my spoiler.

    Spoiler:
    After thingy decided to stay at the Villa, he jumped in the pool, at the same time Dominic was coming up to the Villa and the three lads all stopped and looked at each other. Apparently, theres series 2 on the way. Does the 3 lads go back? I forgot his name, could also hide under the copper, considering its all blood in the pool and eye sight would be limited. Very very good drama.
    Spoiler:
    Who was that Dominic guy, was he a policeman or a drug dealer because i was like who the fudge is this guy at the end? I reckon if there is a second series then they will definitely go back for him
    Would be great if there was a second series
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Lux on Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:52 am

    Tbh it looked like he topped himself but I was wondering why he'd do that......but they left it on such a cliffhanger that there could be a 2nd series...hope so.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by crump on Sun Mar 06, 2011 10:18 am

    It really threw it on a cliffhanger when all the guys looked at each other.

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    Dominic (the guy coming up to the villa at the end) was the guy on the boat IIRC on the CCTV footage, he is also the detective according to Wiki who organised the drug deals. Apparently the whole Mafia thing was a dud. According to Wiki again theres a second series underway. Again, the pool will be o full of blood thingy could hide undr Marias body, its not like he would go in the pool to look.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by coolhead33 on Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:11 am

    New series starting this Thursday. cheers

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:10 am

    Cannot....wait....for....this
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Thu Jan 19, 2012 9:12 am

    Watched the first series now, second series should be good Laughing

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Fri Jan 20, 2012 8:31 am

    Spoiler:
    I wonder whos pretending to be Alvo shifty

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:29 am

    Theo Filippo wrote:
    Spoiler:
    I wonder whos pretending to be Alvo

    Spoiler:
    me Cool.......but seriously i have no idea, loved that part of the episode though
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Lux on Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:36 am

    This whole story is a bit facepalm.....keep wondering why they're even doing this stuff and making it hard for themselves.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:06 am

    scratch
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Demba Ba on Sat Jan 21, 2012 8:44 am

    Watched the first series and I'm recording this one. Enjoyed it, to be honest. It is realtively funny in places, and the plot is a bit different.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:34 am

    I couldn't imagine you liking this Cheesy Laughing
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Dean on Sun Jan 22, 2012 10:39 pm

    Quality ending again. Loved the first series, this ones off to a good start, is it just the 4 parts again? Or is there more or less? Haven't checked.

    One thing I love about it, it's realistic, the acting is great, it's believable. John Simm and Phillip Gleinister are fantastic actors anyway, seen loads of stuff they've been in.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by crump on Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:01 pm

    vanPersie wrote:It really threw it on a cliffhanger when all the guys looked at each other.

    Spoiler:
    Dominic (the guy coming up to the villa at the end) was the guy on the boat IIRC on the CCTV footage, he is also the detective according to Wiki who organised the drug deals. Apparently the whole Mafia thing was a dud. According to Wiki again theres a second series underway. Again, the pool will be o full of blood thingy could hide undr Marias body, its not like he would go in the pool to look.

    smug

    Spoiler from series 1, so it's not really a spoiler if you're watching this.

    Great programme and I really enjoy it, wonder if they'll ever make it to England.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:27 pm

    Dean wrote:Quality ending again. Loved the first series, this ones off to a good start, is it just the 4 parts again? Or is there more or less? Haven't checked.

    One thing I love about it, it's realistic, the acting is great, it's believable. John Simm and Phillip Gleinister are fantastic actors anyway, seen loads of stuff they've been in.
    I think it will probably be 4 episodes again, I agree it is really realistic there is always some sort of problem that stops them from doing something. I really want to know whos pretending to be Alvo Laughing

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Mon Jan 23, 2012 12:18 am

    Yh it's only 4 episodes again however they are apparently making a 3rd series where they have been filming in Africa (read this in a TV guide magazine thing)
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Mon Jan 23, 2012 12:34 am

    Dry Smile They shouldn't of announced it until after the second series. Can more or less tell what will happen now Laughing
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:32 am



    Laughing

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Sat Jan 28, 2012 2:27 am

    Another good episode last night, loved the part where the bloke kept offering ice cream Laughing
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by crump on Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:02 am

    @ben

    Have an ice cream

    Nah I'm alright

    Have an ice cream

    No, it's fine

    Have a fucking ice cream

    Ok i'll have an ice cream
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Dean on Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:16 am

    I thought Thursday's episode was a bit slow to be honest. It was definitely the poorest episode of the lot, up to now. Don't know, it just kind of lost its spark a bit and now I'm beggining what to expect. It got kind of predictable for me. The whole...finding the body hung and then it goes off, predicted it.

    Hopefully it all starts to kick off in the final 2 episodes. Just isn't giving me the 'wow' factor that series 1 gave me, and even that the first episode of this series gave me. But there's still 2 episodes left, so...
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Mouse on Mon Jan 30, 2012 5:55 am

    New there was something dodgy at about the guy with the curly hair when he walks past twice in the first episode.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by crump on Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:47 am

    Brilliant episode yet again tonight,
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    I guess that horrible cunt has got them working in his drugs plant by the looks of things, quite unlucky to just have 3,999,900 Euros Laughing
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Theo Filippo on Sat Feb 04, 2012 2:46 am

    Nowhere near as good as Series 1, still quite funny though.
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by Guest on Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:39 am

    Tried to get into it but i don't really like it

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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by bcfcben on Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:20 am

    vanPersie wrote:@ben

    Have an ice cream

    Nah I'm alright

    Have an ice cream

    No, it's fine

    Have a fucking ice cream

    Ok i'll have an ice cream

    Laughing That killed me when i watched it, was funny to see that guy making them all eat ice cream in the last episode
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    Re: Mad Dogs

    Post by crump on Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:50 am

    bcfcben wrote:
    vanPersie wrote:@ben

    Have an ice cream

    Nah I'm alright

    Have an ice cream

    No, it's fine

    Have a fucking ice cream

    Ok i'll have an ice cream

    Laughing That killed me when i watched it, was funny to see that guy making them all eat ice cream in the last episode

    Laughing

    The writers are brilliant. Already looking forward to series 3

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