Being Scottish but working in England I found myself having to apologise for this show. The best explanation I could come up with was that it was only made as a jolly for everyone involved, a method of filtering cash to friends and family. The alternative is too frightening - that the people who made this show actually find it funny. Unfortunately, recent television history suggests the latter is more likely, as "Feel The Force" is only the latest in a series of sitcoms that plumb such depths that they would need a Robert Ballard expedition to find where they end.
Before any other sitcoms can be produced in Scotland the U.N. need to get involved - torture in any of it's guises should not be allowed in a civilised country. Perhaps we can get a U.N. resolution to bomb the production facilities putting an end to all this misery and cruelty. The alternative, that BBC Scotland will commission a writer who is both literate and funny, hire actors who can act, and a director who can direct, is so far-fetched that it can be completely disregarded.
And if anyone involved in this show happens to read this review, I say to you, "Seek help. You are a sad, sick individual, and you are not just hurting yourself, but are making a lot of people very unhappy".
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