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Sir Bruce Forsyth dies ,aged 89

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Not a fan but thought to his family, never found him funny


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Very sad to hear the news - he will be missed. Just couldn't imagined it happening for some reason, but I knew it would eventually.

 

 

Fond memories of 1980s Friday nights (i.e. no school tomorrow) watching Play Your Cards Right, and Brucie doing his opening gambits of his lower catchphrase list of "what a lovely audience - you're so much better than last week" and "you really have cheered me up", and "she's full of gin" etc. Watched a few PYCRs on YT as a tribute this evening. I only remember his 1990s Gen Game, but I enjoyed it - miles better than Jim Davidson.

 

 

I think that Bob Monkhouse was better at hosting game shows, but Brucie had a good go of the genre a few times.

 

 

RIP Brucie.


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