UF returns

#1
All arrse'ers

be aware that at least one boring night of the week is about to be ruined by the return of the thrills and spills life in the special forces!

that's right ULTIMATE FARCE is back!

coming to a tv without a remote near you SOON!

IT'S GRRRRRREAT ;D
 
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ex-dvr

Guest
#3
It's television boys and girls, you know a means of entertainment ;D  I'm sure it will not affect to many lifes..
 
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error_unknown

Guest
#5
Mr Kemp is developing his role within the constraints of the script...he actually had few lines in the episode last night.

He was more controlled and brooding last night than in the previous series...but the controlled and focussed stillness contrasted well with his manner in the domestic setting...and may provide more contrasts with his character in future episodes.

In that subplot we are led to suppose that his woman has left him. I suspect that we are about to observe the deterioration of that macho front and begin to see a few of his own personal flaws.
Last nights episode was great fun.
 
#7
So what do you think, new character driven sub-plots...

Cocky new you team member. (gay before bed)

The search for a new bit of totty.

ongoing terror dreams of the previously wounded gwar.

Desperate soul searching for the lost love of KEMP's series.

Personal stories and gory slaughter!

Good start ;D
 
#8
Missed it last night, too busy flicking my snot at the local tramps. Far more excitement and realism than a single episode of that arrse.
 
#9
I missed 15 minutes last night while I was in the studio sorting out the Missus's recordings. When I left it, Gwant and the other one had just knifed some useful Frog , came back to it, and half the characters were dead! Blimey thought I.

Oh, and did that Bird really say "repeat" on the Comms?
 

Captain_Crusty

War Hero
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
#10
The best part of the programme was so many Frenchmen getting it - special forces, my arrse, special needs more like.

;D
 
#11
Wonderful photo in the Mirror Mag on saturday (I fink....)

Kemp getting his warpaint put on.........





get this........





BY A BLOODY MAKEUP ARTIST!!!!!!!!!
;D ;D ;D ;D
 
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lipstik

Guest
#12
Just caught tonights episode. Am I led to believe the bullet our Ross fired put the lady in question in the hospital bed? just guessing, I missed last week's episode and it was all a bit too much to take in tonight. The court room thing was enough to make me yawn.......  8)
 
#13
i like ''Plan A blame the french its always worked in the past''
 
#14
Only caught the first few minutes tonight, and missed last night, and thought it was shyte.

Arrogant officers demanding a sergeant should salute..and wait for it...him saluting without a beret on? Then the rest in civvies salute him? Then the story was pretty shyte too and very political..blame the French (aint we British terrible) I shot the girl (aint we sensitive) etc. etc. I fell asleep shortly after that.

Continuity editors should get fcukin shot...little things make or break this kind of programme..this is broke.
 
#15
Have to agree, after a promising start last week, it's gone titty-boo up!  And the actor playing Henno is VERY woodern.  Every word out of his gob is like a statement.  Lighten up man.........
 
#16
So many factual inaccuracies, don't know where to begin..........

Troop of 4 people - God, we're in trouble if recruiting in 22 is that bad.

CO is full colonel - I think not !

DSF seems to be a Major General - again, I think not.

CO seems not to have anything else to do apart from spend all day, every day with Henry's troop - get real.

Question in court to one of the troopers: What did you do before joining the SAS ?  Answer: I was in the Regular Army !!!!!

No s h i t, Sherlock.  10 out of 10 for stating the bleeding obvious.  (And before anyone steps up - I know there is a very slip possibility he could have transferred in from the TA SAS)

The obvious saluting without hats on really grated.

The writers/production team obviously couldn't afford the services of any decent serving or retired Regiment personnel to check the script - just makes me wonder whether they bothered to run any of this past the MOD for their comments ?

Can't be bothered to watch any more episodes - terrifically poor content.
 

BrunoNoMedals

LE
Kit Reviewer
#18
So many factual inaccuracies, don't know where to begin..........

Troop of 4 people - God, we're in trouble if recruiting in 22 is that bad.

CO is full colonel - I think not !

DSF seems to be a Major General - again, I think not.

CO seems not to have anything else to do apart from spend all day, every day with Henry's troop - get real.

Question in court to one of the troopers: What did you do before joining the SAS ? *Answer: I was in the Regular Army !!!!!

No s h i t, Sherlock. *10 out of 10 for stating the bleeding obvious. *(And before anyone steps up - I know there is a very slip possibility he could have transferred in from the TA SAS)

The obvious saluting without hats on really grated.

The writers/production team obviously couldn't afford the services of any decent serving or retired Regiment personnel to check the script - just makes me wonder whether they bothered to run any of this past the MOD for their comments ?

Can't be bothered to watch any more episodes - terrifically poor content.
Virtual reality is already used to train soldiers so I guess your question has already been answered.

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