Wednesday, March 21, 2007

As if ordinary psychics weren't bad enough

I enjoy much British television. They brought us "Monty Python," "Red Dwarf," "The Office," "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" and several other classics of entertainment. Plus they talk funny.

But I'm going to have to mark the British TV industry down one point for introducing the Baby Mind Reader.

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I guess the telly gains back a half point for letting Charlie Brooker deliver a scathing critique of said Mind Reader.

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