Car SOS Series 5

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Re: Car SOS Series 5

Postby ESSEXV6ESSEX » Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:26 pm

Andrew 2.8i wrote:
tejb1 wrote:Why are people obsessed with short term results, rather than a longer job that'll last?

To add to the suspense and drama, I suppose. Almost every episode we hear that they've got this, that and the other left to do and they've only got X number of days left to do it in. Will they get the car completed on time.... :drama:
I would imagine it's either that or it's simply to keep the programme production costs under control.

Andrew.

Yes, I think they try to appeal to as wide an audience as possible, try to be inclusive to make it popular and sell more advertising. We aren't taken in by the B/S are we,, we just ignore it or take it with a pinch of salt, think that's the intention, anyone that believes it needs thier head testing. I used to like the Mark Evans shows but they're a bit geeky for the average Joe (including other nanes of course.) thing is they dragged on for the general viewer.

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Re: Car SOS Series 5

Postby Andrew 2.8i » Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:28 pm

ESSEXV6ESSEX wrote:Yes, I think they try to appeal to as wide an audience as possible, try to be inclusive to make it popular

That's exactly it. Still, it gives us on the forums something to moan about....... :)

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