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Sir Patrick Stewart has aged very well
This show was one of my favourites. Everybody was amazing. And oh so Love Graham so much. I laughed so much!!
It's not Panties!! Moronic Clickbaiters. Also show the actual clip that they're referring to. It was shown on the programme.Rant over.
Here's the scene!http://www.youtubesmov.com/mov/06HRxVZbLlJ/vid.html?
When I think of a friend Patrick's that is an impersonator I immediately think Brent Spiner.
Patrick Stewart is a true hero and so damn funny
“And then I ride away, on the grass!”
The episode of Extras is my favourite. On The Grass!
Why does Ricky look so deflated in this show? Did someone die?
And I ride off. On the grass.
KNICKERS! Get it right you pantyhose
Clickbait, it’s knickers not panties
Sir Patrick Stewart is a damn treasure. Protect him at all costs!
Knickers. KNICKERS. Not panties.
The word knickers did not need to be changed for the title, they were laughing specifically at the word knickers not panties, knickers is a funny word panties is not.
+Andromeda panties are filthy
Ann Other yes it’s normal but it’s a funny word, panties is not funny.
Where I'm from, panties is much funnier. Knickers are normal
to be clear, nowhere in this video does anyone have a laughing fit over any word, let alone panties. because it's them telling a story about laughing at anything, knickers being an example. pretty annoying title work guys ✌😎🖕
+mitsos look for the Patrick Stewart extras outtakes, they are talking about that skit and how many takes it took to film
I thought they couldn't stop laughing in the studio. Since this is a recorded view not the live version, past tense would also be correct. +Rocket Raccoon
The title is in the past tense. Your grammar needs revision
Not being a hater...but Americans do know the word "Knickers" the title did NOT need to be changed for our benefit. We know what show we're watching.
"Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone." vs "Harry Potter and the sorcerers stone."English vs English simplified.
Wait... do you mean that the Graham Norton show isn't filmed in America?
People who are not native English speakers are aware that different countries use different words to describe the same thing.
Um, maybe it wasn't changed ONLY for Americans, since panties is a far more known word worldwide than knickers?
I've seen it all...yeah...I've seen everything.
Its like media team doesn't even watch those videos before naming them
Nimesh Singh **doesn’t, had to, because the OP has it right... I don’t see your problem.
Don't *, had to.
I see this channel goes for the American vernacular for its titles.
Patrick Stewart is a G
Stop pandering to Americans. It was over "knickers" - he even said it in this clip.
Beef stew is keeping it real.
Yeah, I hate autocorrect!
Sir Patrick Stewart is just a boss
"Knickers" means "panties/undergarments/underwear," but "knickers" is not "panties."
Knickers just means panties in BE. What you're referring to we call underwear.
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