Things are going badly for Raymond Fox. His high-powered wife, Jenny, has left him for a younger man, and looking after his teenage kids - nerdy Sara (17) and wayward Robinson (15) - and ... See full summary »
Which of the staff are safe at the surreal Kirke University when cuts are imminent? Writer of 'Joy Of Zero', Imogen Moffat looks safe, as does womanizer Matt Beer - vital for seducing the restructuring guru Georgina.
Being a police cadet in the uk, I'm into a lot of law programs and comedies, but this one, wow what can i say, its absolutely awful I've never seen anything as bad! The only part of this comedy which would make you laugh is the fact that it is not funny at all. It has bad acting (no offence to the actors because its probably the scripts fault), a terrible dialogue, and probably everything else about it is bad too.
To be honest i really cant believe that it hasn't already been removed from BBC2. It must be on for at least half an hour so people who have nothing else to watch on terrestrial television must have to put up with this terrible program. I'm not being awful to the writers of this program, all I'm saying is that they should consider removing it or forgetting about it and working on something new.
The Thin Blue Line was a great police comedy, it was absolutely hilarious! but Feel The Force is no where near as good as it for hundreds of reasons. I know that the writers didn't want to copy The Thin Blue Line in any way or get ideas from it, but Feel The Force sure is one terrible police comedy and i do not recommend it to anyone.
Although this comedy is really bad, rather than giving it 1 out of 10 i am going to give it 2 out of 10 instead because some parts of it actually make me laugh (although very little and only about two parts per episode), and it is not as bad as you would think because once you get used to it you can actually stand it (although with great difficulty).
Other than all that this is one comedy not to be watched by anyone who has a good sense of humour due to its bad qualities but if you don't have digital and nothing else is on television when Feel The Force comes on, id suggest watching it to see how bad it really is so that you can see for yourself.
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