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Not really what I had in mind.*
Still. wES eh? What do we all think about that
*I was going to start a thread about the best westerns with cars, so this is probably better.
if you're allowing blackly comic ones.
Dunno what happened before.
I clicked next and it doesn't explain any more.
I clicked on previous and a timeline for a telex machine came up.
you'll really like this, thewarn.
Lawyer Ross Roads (played by Martin Clunes) shows his anger at a cyclist who turns left at a red crossroads traffic light. To make matters even worse, he catches his secretary singing along to Bon Jovi's greatest hits package, Crossroads, when she is supposed to be working on an important manuscript. Ross Roads by name, Cross Roads by nature.
BBC1, Fridays 8pm
Hapless Jose Con Carne just can't get it right at Old El Paso fire station! Whether he's accidentally trapping a group of gifted orphans in a raging inferno, or molesting a terminally ill woman thinking she's a stripper, you can guarantee you'll hear Old Chief Dirty Sanchez bellow that familiar phrase:
Unfortunately the cod-Mexican fire service is heavily unionised and it is almost impossible to dismiss someone on competency grounds.
Starring Javier Bardem and Octavio Paz.