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Brandon Martin-Moore
I know things I shouldn't. Not in a "the government are after me" way as far as I know, the way that makes me good at pub quizzes. All opinions someone else's.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 4h
Replying to @bandanachap
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Rhys James Mar 19
My girlfriend is one of those stupid people who believes in star signs. I heard her on the phone saying "Rhys is a cancer." It's not even true, I was born in April.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 16h
Replying to @JLewisland
I once sat in the next table along from Johanna Konta in a Wagamama in Nottingham, in 2016.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 16h
Replying to @mjharmstone
They might do a Zoom call reunion like Belgian Mole, or not at all because the time since filming is so long.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 16h
Replying to @mjharmstone
That's the same as Belgian Mole as I assume they don't include the reunion ep in that count, so that means no non-elimination twist and hopefully no episodes where absolutely nothing significant happens, and less filler.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 23h
They were hardly actually in a survival situation before, it was basically just Big Brother that happens to be set in the jungle. It's not something like The Island with Bear Grylls.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 23h
Replying to @TheMarsters
I think a lot of interest will come from seeing how different it is, then most viewers will make their mind up very quickly.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 24h
Replying to @buzzerblog
The production values of UK DoND were always really odd, totally different to any other version of the show. It's an acquired taste definitely, I don't know what I think of it because I loved it at the start but hated it eventually because Noel got obsessed with cosmic ordering.
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Brandon Martin-Moore 24h
I think the biggest part of Eurovision tradition that will be missing is each country having its own hilariously biased commentator, unless they do a separate feed for every state.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @BothersBar
Of course, this being ITV, they'll miss every single one of those opportunities as long as people are still watching.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @pacdude
The contestant intros will be a little different than normal, as they will just say the city name rather than the state.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @p__matt @BothersBar
If they change the bare minimum of things to make it work,it will be one of the biggest missed opportunities in TV. People still watch I'm A Celeb even when it isn't very good, so ITV might not put the effort in to do something different.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @BothersBar
I hope it goes in a bit more of a Boyard-ish direction, might make for some more interesting challenges than just "eat this disgusting thing" or "touch this unusual animal", Fort Boyard has expanded on that basic idea in so many ways.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @ZoeTomalin
The whole insects think will feel really out of place,so I'm thinking they will do scarier challenges.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @jenlion
I feel like they could definitely play up the horror elements s bit in an Estate of Panic or MTV's Fear kind of way, turning it into a different, more interesting show.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @uriebway
You have the deciding vote then.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @Eurovision
It will interesting to see if there's one national unbiased broadcast, or each state has its own local commentary and doesn't show the voting number for that area? Presumably they'll get rid of any rules that you can't vote for your own state, no way of enforcing it.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @Jigglypuffite
I like rowdy crowds at football and live music, but I don't think it's for autistic reason of needing a lot of stimulation, I just think it's fun.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
This is a brilliant idea, they can use this to play up the fear element rather than just trying to copy a jungle environment on a soundstage. Wonder of they'll change the music and titles.
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Brandon Martin-Moore Aug 7
Replying to @mumoss
The only one I can think of that's ever got it right is the Peter Serafinowicz version of Heads or Tails.
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