Bonkers (UK)

Season 1 Episode 1

Episode One

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Aired Unknown Feb 01, 2007 on ITV
5.9
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Episode One
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Helen has forgotten her 20th wedding anniversary and, when she's reminded of it, she hastily throws a party where all kinds of revelations come out such as Neighbour Jeremy who is married to the local GP Harriet is in love with Helen, Helen's youngest brother Marcus who is married to Imelda who wants to get try experiment with different things in bed, Helen's older bother John is engaged to Debbie, who wishes he was a bit more well endowed, and Helen's son Tim is having too much sex with the wrong people but Helen and Tony think they have a solid marriage until a former ex pupil shares the biggest secret of the night.moreless

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  • Stupid people doing stupid things. unwatchable.

    1.0
    a teacher reprimands a student for his mobile being on and ringing, and he tells her that it's her phone. so then she answers hers and chats away completely ignoring her own admonition about the rules against using the phone in school. and that's supposed to be funny?



    normally, i love British humor, but this must be the dregs. I've seen many poorly done shows that are far better than this. not only is it not funny, it's just plain painful to watch. I couldn't even get halfway through the episode, and this is the pilot!



    This is the kind of stuff that that should be used to torture terrorists. after 15 minutes, it would break anyone.



    hopefully it will be quickly canceled so that we can get some worthwhile something instead.moreless
  • Wow

    10
    This episode opened my eyes to a great new show. Parts like:



    (thinking) 400 calories, that's way too much, think how much exercise it'll take to get rid of that (looking at camera and says out loud) b*llocks



    This show breaks so many rules. I loved the speaking to the cameras bits and then teh twist at the end was brilliant. This is breaking another rule here, and I loved the fact that they didn't publicise the fact that it was an abstract programme. Whyen he imaginary frinend just happened to arrive in her living room it was brilliant. I loved every minute and Lisa Tarbuck is hilarious.moreless

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