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Thread: The Savage Eye Dave McSavage rocked

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    Default The Savage Eye Dave McSavage rocked

    Dave McSavage's new series started with a cracking show, irreverent and saying f you to the right people. Tonights show looked at the Arts and for any Grogans drinkers it may have been a tad too much.

    Well done to McSavage and Ciaran Walsh the director. Ye fecjkin see you do need to pay the licence fee

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    It was great but he didn't get his talent from the license fee and if you watched Neil Delamare's rubbish beforehand you would have seen something far more typical of RTE's output

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    Isn't he that unfunny bloke who's the son of some politician?

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    i am selective, lets forget the licence fee................first good comedy in a long while.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    Isn't he that unfunny bloke who's the son of some politician?
    ff minister, tubridy, cousin, grandson of IRA gunman, staunch in the revoluntionary period and


    irreverent and funny,

    Almost had Frank Hall's Minister of Misery

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    Quote Originally Posted by redpath View Post
    i am selective, lets forget the licence fee................first good comedy in a long while.......
    Agreed. After the disappointment of Val Falvey it was great to see it. The President for life, the barman and the Ministers were all outstanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    Isn't he that unfunny bloke who's the son of some politician?
    The very one. He is David Andrews' son and thus Barry Andrews' brother... a cousin of Ryan Tubridy as well of course.

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    and better than the above at what he does

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    Isn't he that unfunny bloke who's the son of some politician?

    His father is David Andrews,brother of Barry Andrews and a cousin of Chris Andrews and Ryan Tubridy and grandson of Tod Andrews .

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    Quote Originally Posted by redpath View Post
    ff minister, tubridy, cousin, grandson of IRA gunman, staunch in the revoluntionary period and


    irreverent and funny,

    Almost had Frank Hall's Minister of Misery
    I'm the grandson of an IRA gunman, it doesn't make me funny (though I'm funnier than that bloke whenever I've seen him). But I'll keep an open mind - is this a series?

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