Posted by sean on October 19, 2004 at 9:55 pm in Leeds United, Television with No Comments

Leeds went to Reading this evening for a mid-week Championship clash. They managed to leave with a 1-1 draw. In some ways this is disappointing as Leeds were the first to score. On the other hand, prior to this fixture, Reading were 2nd in the league, so going to their ground, I would have taken a draw.

I watched the first episode of the new series of Little Britain. It was very, very funny although I was slightly disappointed. I don’t know why as it was extremely good. Maybe it was the fact BBC over-hyped it or possibly the fact it wasn’t as good as some of the classic series 1 moments. Still a very good show and one I will be looking forward to watching next week.

Another favourite TV show of mine returned this evening and I didn’t even realise until about an hour before it was about to start. Wife Swap returned for its 4 th series on Channel 4. This week a lazy woman left her hard working husband to swap with a hard working house wife in Germany. It was by no means a classic. The episode had very little conflict between the swapped wives and the families. I will be hoping for more next week as it is normally very good.

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