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We saw, we got annoyed, we hate-watched anyway. Plus, how the Take Me Out ladies justified their love

Question Time

A hate-watching mainstay. Even the world's most placid vicar could tune into Question Time and find plenty to be enraged by. Intolerable politicians? Hate. The token entertainer on the panel? Hate. Audience members who just make a series of generalised statements because they think it'll get them applause? Double hate.

Helen Flanagan on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here

At first, the sight of prissy former soap star Helen Flanagan failing her trials was the epitome of hatewatching. Then it slowly dawned on you that you were watching a young woman with a history of anxiety being bullied with insects, and you hated the producers. Then, finally, you hated yourself for watching. The hatewatching holy trinity.

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