#1 Posted by edwardt (62 posts) -

Just listening to the bombcast and I wanted to tell everyone how good Jam and its radio counterpart Blue Jam is. Also british twilight zone can probably satiated by Tales of the Unexpected whose stories were written by Roald Dahl. That is all.

#2 Posted by djou (874 posts) -

I saw Jeff post about this on Tumblr and sounds cool. Is this available anywhere for viewing in the States? Doesn't look to be available anywhere to stream. I guess I could torrent or illegally stream?

#3 Posted by Tylea002 (2295 posts) -

Jeff's knowledge of british sitcoms and sketch shows is amazing.

Like, the fucking Peter Serafinowicz show. I thought no one but me watched that. Barely anyone I knew saw it and they ALL LIVE IN BRITAIN.

#4 Posted by Fattony12000 (7302 posts) -

#5 Posted by edwardt (62 posts) -

For anyone who wants to see how dark this program is.

#6 Posted by Ravenlight (8040 posts) -

I got some lingonberry jam from Ikea. Stuff is amazing.

#7 Posted by UlquioKani (1045 posts) -

I'm all about that Woodapple jam.

Also Jam(The Program) seems awesome. Need to watch me some of that.

#8 Posted by Ramone (2961 posts) -

@Tylea002 said:

Jeff's knowledge of british sitcoms and sketch shows is amazing.

Like, the fucking Peter Serafinowicz show. I thought no one but me watched that. Barely anyone I knew saw it and they ALL LIVE IN BRITAIN.

Peter Serafinowicz does not do enough things, he is hilarious.

#9 Posted by BrickRoad (702 posts) -

The suicide over time, jumping off the first floor 40 times instead of 40th floor one time, was pretty darn funny I thought.

#10 Edited by ZagZagovich (758 posts) -

JAM is cool and weird but my favorite Chriss Morris + Innue joints are The Day Today and The Brass Eye plusTime Trumpet even though it doesn't have Chris Morris attached.

#11 Posted by CaLe (3959 posts) -

Julia Davis reminds me of John T. Drake for some sick twisted reason.

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#12 Posted by psylah (2170 posts) -
#13 Posted by Animasta (14673 posts) -

@edwardt: dang, that was messed up

#14 Edited by GunstarRed (5119 posts) -

The dead baby and the plumber sketch....is it really a sketch? is one of the most fucked up and amusing things I had heard at the time. I think a lot of the Jam stuff worked a lot better on the radio than the TV show... Fucking Lizards!

#15 Edited by Eddie_and_the_Fist_Monkeys (80 posts) -

I think that tales of the unexpected can be seen on one of the sky arts digital channels, I've not seen it my self but had always suspected it would be similar to the twilight zone judging from the program descriptions. I have however seen Jam, brilliant show I only wish Jeff had in fact gone into explaining in more detail on the bombcast so I could hear the crews reactions. The segment with the man who calls up the 'specialist' to help dispose of a dead body is truly fantastic, I won't say anymore but I watched much of it on youtube a while back.

Edit: Also 'Garth Marenghi's Dark Place' is a show everyone should see, it has one of the best musical intros of all time in my humble. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397150/

#16 Posted by TheSlothKing (331 posts) -
#17 Posted by bemusedchunk (686 posts) -

I like grape and sometimes raspberry.