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Recycled lines/gags

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Re: Recycled lines/gags

Post by Tracy » Wed Jan 23, 2013 1:32 am

Cheers lads! Another piece of the jigsaw is in place. Right, my round !!!
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Re: Recycled lines/gags

Post by Gary M » Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:38 pm

My favourite is when Oz says of brothels: "it's all legal and above board here!" in both S1E1 and S3E5.

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Re: Recycled lines/gags

Post by Hedley Irwin » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:19 pm

RHill wrote:The only other time I've heard 'pro tem' is in 'Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads'. I remember hearing it at least twice on that. The writers must like that word.
Never noticed that & I've watched all of the WHTTLL episodes several times (though nothing like as many times as I've watched AWP). I'll have to keep an eye out (or should that be ear out)
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Re: Recycled lines/gags

Post by Howard Radcliff » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:55 pm

Fairly sure the ‘Bell and Dragon’ was used as a local pub in both The Likely Lads and Auf Pet. I read somewhere they (Ian and Dick) liked to use the names of real pubs and people in their scripts.
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Re: Recycled lines/gags

Post by Hedley Irwin » Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:19 pm

Howard Radcliffe wrote:Fairly sure the ‘Bell and Dragon’ was used as a local pub in both The Likely Lads and Auf Pet. I read somewhere they (Ian and Dick) liked to use the names of real pubs and people in their scripts.
I think you're getting confused with The Fat Ox. Neville mentions to Brenda that there's a coat of arms above the bar "doesn't mean Alf Tonks is in line for the throne"
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Re: Recycled lines/gags

Post by HudPitch » Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:45 pm

There is the use of Barry being called a Radish in Series 1 from Wayne & Bomber's daughter and again in Series 3 when Inspector Colin Bishop gives his statement as “No way you’re a bad guy, you’re just a radish who got rich.”

"We’ve played golf together. He’s had dinner in my house on more than one occasion…and he calls me a radish!"
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