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We've been promising you some more clips from Obliterated and today we present four clips from the third episode. Not much, I'll grant you but it's a start, and a step closer to completing the show's first season.

We're going to try to watch a few more episodes of this tonight so we'll hopefully bring you some more from the team later in the week.

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Three nights, THREE Steve Coogan movies. We promised you the third and here it is... Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa. For his big screen debut, Alan becomes an unlikely hero when a fellow DJ takes the staff of Norwich Digital hostage in their own studio. Which goes just about as well as you might expect.

That's it for this week, folks. We need a rest!

We'll be back next week with another update, probably the next few episodes of Obliterated which we've been promising you for ages. But in the meantime, take care out there and remember... keep smiling!

Two nights, two Steve Coogan movies. This time we've cast our net and caught the 2005 classic Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story. Not one of his best known roles but by God it's funny. It's a slice of classic British mockumentary humour and we've found eleven clips which will make you giggle.

So, once you've finished giggling, get hold of a copy of this beauty and give it a watch.

Can we make it a third night in a row? You betcha! Tomorrow we're going for Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa. We're good to you, right?!

We're back! It's been a long week, and we were in dire need of some comic relief. So, we settled down and enjoyed The Parole Officer from way back in 2001. Steve Coogan plays Simon Garden, a hapless but well-meaning parole officer who witnesses a murder for which a corrupt police officer is threatening to frame him. What he needs is help. And where else can he get that help other than a select bunch of his former clients?

I know we said we'd add some more episodes of Obliterated and we WILL, we promise. It's on our list. But then, so are so many things!

Enjoy. We'll see you soon.

So, it's time for our mid-week update and we've selected an absolute banger this week. The Fall Guy is the 2024 blockbuster starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt, about a down-and-out stuntman who is enlisted to find the star of his ex-girlfriend's debut movie. This one yielded nine clips worthy of inclusion in our hallowed database and they should be enough to get you excited about seeing this, in a cinema or at home as soon as it's available.

We'll continue work on Obliterated later in the week but we didn't want to keep you waiting for this one.

See you in a few days with some more side-splittingly funny clips.

This is a mini-update because last night, in the absence of anything better to do, we settled down to watch Obliterated. And we loved it. So, we've published six clips from the first episode and will be following it up with more in the next week or so.

If you've never heard of it, Obliterated is a Netflix action comedy about an elite special forces team trying to save Las Vegas from an evil terrorist network... whilst wasted. We think you'll love it, so enjoy these six clips and we'll be back with more next week.

Ciao for now.

Back once again (but without the Renegade Master) to provide a small Family Guy update. Just three clips from the fifteenth episode of Season 22 ("Faith No More"). We know it's been a couple of weeks since our last update but work, family and sleep keep getting in the way, damnit!

Still, it's nice to be back (albeit briefly) to keep up with the Griffins and we're waiting patiently for Episode 16 to drop. We have some more titles cued up for future updates and we'll get to those just as soon as we can.

We promised you a Family Guy update, and now it's here. Ten clips from the fantastic fourteenth episode of Season 22 ("Fat Actor"). There will be another couple of episodes available to watch now so perhaps we'll get around to that tonight and update again after the weekend.

Seth MacFarlane has said there's no end in sight for the Griffins which is great news for us. We have 659 clips available as it is. Better free up some more server space, huh?

Enjoy. We'll see y'all soon with another update.

It's been rather too long since we last made an update. Eighteen days to be exact. In our defence, it's been a manic month and between work, study and family life, there haven't been that many spare hours. But we did manage to fit in a binge-watch of the excellent The Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin which was very obviously going to make it into our hallowed database. And tonight, it has. Starring Noel Fielding, Marc Wootton, Ellie White, Duayne Boachie, Mark Heap, Hugh Bonneville and a stellar cast of cameos, this wacky reimagining of the famous highwayman story has yielded twenty-one clips.

Enjoy this one and we'll be back later in the week with ten more clips from season 22 of Family Guy.

Oh, all right. We've been inundated with requests for this one and we've finally caved to the pressure. We're proud to present twenty (yes, TWENTY) clips from the fantastic comedy Wicked Little Letters. Just in time for the weekend. If you've not seen it, why not? And if you've not heard of it, have you been living under a rock these past few months?

The real star of this movie is Anjana Vasan who plays Woman Police Officer Gladys Moss. I mean, Olivia Colman is great (as usual), Jessie Buckley is amazing but Anjana Vasan takes this film to a whole new level.

Enjoy. And please, stop emailing us about this one now!