The Gogglebox Phenomenon

  1. Phew, I’m glad it’s not just me that thinks that…

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Watching other people watch telly in the comfort of their living room means they risk saying things on the spur of the moment which they might not say otherwise. Although the Gogglebox regulars are fully aware of the camera presence as they watch telly, and the show is edited, every now and again a controversial opinion gets aired and the viewer may be able to take some respite in knowing they’re not the only one who thinks that.
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It might just be something silly that you find yourself laughing along with and saying “that’s soooo true”, but regardless of the triviality, it can be comforting to know that you’re not alone. The Moffatts in particular are no stranger to saying what they think – “I don’t give a monkeys who killed Lucy Beale!” – as are gay friends Stephen and Chris.

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