Citizen GreyAcumen wrote to the City 17 Times’ offices this week to remind us that choosing TV shows to watch is difficult without knowing what is on and when!
So this week we present our TV GUIDE:
This week CJ, Stephanie (Who has just got engaged to William – congrats guys!), Summer and Sparkle, find themselves all falling for the silent, bearded stranger who is passing through town. Of course, girls being girls, they all plan ways to be alone with him but one of the others always interrupts
The menfolk of this small quaint seaside resort begin to feel resentment towards the stranger and eventually run him out of town. This is a classic episode as it finds all the lifeguards in the water at once during a particularly steamy splash session.
Our Opinion: Highly recommend.
Day and Time: Channel 1: Mondays at 4:00am, No repeat showings
In this mildly amusing sit-com, two brothers, who have been turned into zombies, go about their daily brain search. In tow is their un-mated headcrab called Jack. The show is a little repetitive but has the occasional funny line; perfect after a hard day in the factories, it’s just what you need: brainless entertainment.
Our Opinion: Only if there’s nothing else to watch
Day and Time: Channel 1: Mondays thru’ Friday at 9:00PM, repeated 11:00PM and 2:00AM
Who can resist watching the CivIl Protection OfficerS show? Watching these lovable rogues break down doors and “protect” citizens from themselves is a hoot. The current season has focused on three inept but interesting characters: Noah, Larson and Eloise. Can they stop a rebel uprising? Can they do what they are supposed to? Can they be more stupid? (Who writes these lines? Chandler?)
Our Opinion: MUST WATCH
Day and Time: Channel 1: Wednesday at 10:00PM, repeated 11:00PM and 12:00AM
What self respecting City doesn’t have a late night guest show? None and City 17 has the best. Canon has been interviewing guests for longer than we can remember. On tonight’s show he chats with Jamie Oliver about those recent food parcels, Citizen Samuel G-11789RF who recently witnessed the treacherous rebel attack on innocent civilians in D sector and finally the winner of City 17 Idol competition!
Our Opinion: We couldn’t start laughing
Day and Time: Channel 1: Thursday at 11:00PM, No repeats
In this weekly quiz show, citizens fight for the right to be guaranteed a place on the work rota. Starting in a group section, one lucky contestant goes through to answer 12 increasingly difficult questions. Nobody has won for the last 27 shows but we have high hopes for this week’s show.
Think you can do better? Here’s a starting question for you:
What’s the minimum number of carriages of a razer train?
1, 2, 3, or 4.
Watch tonight’s episode to find out if you were right.
Our Opinion: Worth watching, even if it’s just to dream
Day and Time: Channel 1: Saturday and Sunday at 4:00PM, No other repeats
For full listing of shows and times, please see page 16 of this week’s edition.
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1st September 2010
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