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Never before has TV stooped so low..its excellent. Where do they find the hapless contestants with the IQ to match? Being subjected to torture and pain is a big plus to to this outrageously funny excuse for a TV quiz show. Finally a TV quiz show how it should be run....Distraction is a funny and entertaining way of hosting and presenting a quiz show...if only who wants to be a millionaire was run like this, the contestants may want a million but it'd be worth watching the pain for the sheer entertainment we the audience would actually get out of watching something so dreary. Jimmy Carr (the host) is quick witted, intelligent and maybe in some poor woman's eyes (like me) extremely attractive and one of the only men I'd allow to talk during sex...but back to the show, please allow the UK to continue with its unique and inimitable sense of humour that we all love. Horrified as an Aussie at the messed-up Australian bloke they had on the show - but funny none-the-less. Written and absolutely loved by sexy convict (it's a wonder what two hundred years will do for one) :)
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