she's not wrong. there's certainly jeopardy.I think the best one was the other afternoon when Lisa was trying to whip up enthusiasm by saying that 'PD is even more exciting now, there's more jeopardy, more products, better quality and the added bonus that we've turned it into a game show to make things even spicier' (I paraphrase to the best of my memory but that was the gist)
I'm still trying to work out........that's better how??!!
For balance though, I do think that the PD presenters are under some hefty new pressures.
I hardly watch either channel any more (and there would be absolutely nothing that could entice me to buy anything!) I find Bid so dull it's mind numbing and PD is a total car crash.I don't know if anyone else is like me, but I've barely watched Bid over the last 2-3 weeks. It's so boring, I just can't be bothered. Also I'm glued to the slow death going on over on Price drop.
Of course I agree with Mr Tom.ok mr t, you need help now, this has gone beyond worrying, you're scaring me now!! :mysmilie_17:
Ah, but I'm now so familiar with every one of their 30 or so regular products that I can concentrate on spotting the (allegedly) dodgy sales tactics instead of learning important information about the presenters lives and familiesI've barely watched either, same products day in day out
Forsooth! Friends, Romans, countrymen, nah wot av oi got 'ere for ya? What light beyond yon plasma screen breaks? It's a gawjus solar loit for thine 'umble dwellin'.I imagine if Shakespeare himself did shopping tv, it would have turned out to be like price drop.