Written on: 06/04/2011
Just watched You've been framed tonight In the episode one of the girls dancing bent over and her trousers split The comment was Good job that didn't happen in Gateshead ???????
I am from Gateshead and found the comment to be very offensive It implied all girls are available to any drunk walking along the streets
This is meant to be family humour No one in my household is laughing DISGRACEFUL and offensive
Some facts about the north east and of course Gateshead... (read more)
Written on: 21/12/2010
This programme is creepy - what kind of people like watching children, or anyone else for that matter, hurt themselves?? It's the comedy of bullies. Sounds harsh but ain't it true? (read more)
Written on: 08/08/2010
i think that YBF is so funny hahaha! has anyone seen that one when that duck tries to get to his feet before people can get wacked by a basebat hahaha!I didnt like some of the bits because there not funnylike one a woman was dancing and it wasnt even funny my friends watched it with me and my friends are willis,william,drew and finn and it was funniest ever YBF and it was on for an hour have any of u seen that bit where that baby was in the tunnel and harry said westlife have got a new hit... (read more)
Written on: 04/05/2007 by lancervhead (29 reviews written)
You've been framed was hilarious when it first aired years ago. We previously hadn't been able to see peoples personal and embarassing moments caught on camera and it brought unique comedy to the TV.
I think the presenters styles have changed over the years though. Beadle wasn't funny and Lisa Riley certainly wasn't, then they got some unknown bloke of the street to present it and he nearly killed the programme. Then came along Harry Hill with his own brand of humour, what an excellent... (read more)
Written on: 16/01/2007 by Anonymous101
Despite the loss of Jeremy Beadle a long time ago now, the show contiues to go from strength to strength, the show has ditched the studio audience format(probably that Jonathan Wilkes's fault), opting for a voice-over approach to presenting the nation's favourite "caught on camera" bloopers and mis-haps. I initially believed this was purely a cost-cutting exercise and was worried we may lose You've been Framed as the competition for viewers seems to increase every year. But the skills of... (read more)