"You get a commercial" "You get a commercial!" "YOU ALL GET COMMERCIALS!!!"
@Papyrus the Skeleton, you get spaghetti, you get spaghetti, EVERYONE GETS SPAGHETTI!
Can't relate, watch Netflix
As an American watching British shows: " get ready for the season premier followed by the season finale next week"
@sonicexposure, savage m8 thats true tho. British series last 3 to 6 episodes. Only stuff like top gear and the apprentice get loads of episodes.
@Angular Notspice, and the best ones only get 2 seasons
As an American who watches British tv- oh wait, no I don't.
@Jolee Bindo, missing out on many originals of American shows (had to)
@Bens03, I'm just messin. I don't watch that much tv to begin with but I do love the IT crowd. I wish they would make another season.
@Jolee Bindo, wowwiee
When american shows come on british tv channels they just don't put most of the ad breaks in so every two minutes we're watching a recap of what we just saw. Its so annoying.
As someone who never watches tv mostly because of the amount of ads, I can fully agree to this.
As an American looking at a picture about a Brit watching American tv shows, I can only assume they don't have commercials in Britain. (Or at least not as often)
@Spatula, u think the way it works is that BBC (main broadcaster) is government owned or subsidized. Therefore there are no /very few commercials. However, it also means less money which is why they tend to have shorter seasons (so the money goes farther per show)
@Honaw Fierceclaw, the BBC is the richest broadcasting company in the world
@I like cheese , hmm didn't know that, I'm pretty sure they have less / shorter breaks because of something to do with the government. Thought the smaller season was linked to cost, but I guess not (or they scrooge mcduck stockpile the stuff)
"I don't get it" Patrick starv
@Just a doctor , star* well that one typo means I have to kill myself
@Just a doctor , "it's not my wallet"
Can't relate, I'm an american that almost solely watches anime
I know That feel we just got comedy central. Now stop commercials