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Brassic

Brassic, with its distinct northern flavour, is about a group of working-class friends finding unconventional ways to win at life in northern suburbia. These lads have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence, but now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them and a whole load of trouble is heading their way. Like a carefully stacked tower of cards, what happens if one of them is knocked down or, worse, removed from the pack entirely?

Show Info

Genre:
Airs on:
Sky 1, UK at 5:00 pm EDT
Runtime:
44 min.
Status:
Returning Series
Rating:
4.49/5 (35 ratings)
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Premiered:
2019
Episodes:
37
Watchlists:
1,162

Previous Episode

Name:
A Very Brassic Christmas
Date:
Thu Dec 21, 2023
Season:
5
Episode:
Special

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Episodes Guide and Summaries

Key Features and Themes

working-class friendsunconventional methodstrouble and consequencesadolescence to adulthoodnorthern suburbia settingdealing and stealinglife's challengesgroup dynamicsfriendship dynamicscomplex relationships

Cast

as Vincent "Vinnie" O'Neill
as Erin Croft
as Leslie "Cardi" Tick
as Tommo
as Ashley "Ash" Dennings
as Jehan "JJ" Jovani

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vapdne said:

I thought Latvian food was all like sauerkraut and stuff. Each to their own I guess. I'll stick with roast beef and fish n chips......


That's on exotic side, along with kefir and cottage cheese in ten variations :D You will be surprised, but we also have meat, what you call chips and whatever fish, since we have 500 km sea border and countless rivers/lakes :)
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I've found WWDITS 1st season laugh out loud funny a lot. 2nd season much less so but I still like it. Found the film less funny than season 1 but still good. They re-did a few of the films jokes in the 1st season and made them better!

Well liteon, if you've never seen a UK comedy you like I guess there is just no hope.

I thought Latvian food was all like sauerkraut and stuff. Each to their own I guess. I'll stick with roast beef and fish n chips......
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g371 said:
Some of the UK food is excellent though! :)


Nothing comes to mind :D

Now now, children, this seems to be getting a bit anti-UK now.
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lighton said:
Some of the UK food is excellent though! :)


Nothing comes to mind :D
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graybags said:
For me, Joseph Gilgun's best role was in Misfits. I really liked that show.

Oh yeah, he was in Misfits too, same as Iwan 'Ramsay Snow' Rheon. :) Was a fun (cheap) show but I lost interest and stopped watching in season 4.

vapdne said:
liteon, give ep one a go. Go on, you know you want to.

It has to wait for its moment. ;)

P.S.: You must be confusing me with a company that brought in 16.7 billion TWD last year.

vapdne said:
Seriously though give us a short list of UK comedies you didn't like?

All of them? :lol: Seriously though: when I think "great UK comedies", nothing comes to mind. Where US comedies seem to be produced to a appeal to audiences all over the planet (a broad range of different comedies), UK comedies seem to be produced to (almost) ONLY appeal to folks in the UK. :cool: Some of the UK food is excellent though! :)
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vapdne said:
Oh and thinking of non British comedies Wellington Paranormal is very good and the first season of What We Do In The Shadows was fantastic. Sadly I have found the 2nd season to be a bit lacking.


I like both of those, and I like the WWDITS movie too. I'm enjoying the second season too.
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Oh and thinking of non British comedies Wellington Paranormal is very good and the first season of What We Do In The Shadows was fantastic. Sadly I have found the 2nd season to be a bit lacking.
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lighton said:
Nice to see Joseph Gilgun in a different role, I like him in https://next-episode.net/preacher! :)

I find UK comedies often somewhat challenging to watch, so I'll add this to the MAYBE pile.

Also, I've edited your post and added the link to the show. Feel free to edit it again to make it more enticing (see other first posts in this part of the forums).


Ah, you see I don't really feel the need to make it more enticing for other people because I'm a bastard. Well, it's the way I use the forum, if I see someone else liking a show I like I'll see what else they enjoy and maybe give it a go (the exceptions being anything to do with Star Trek, Star Wars and anything related to X-men/superhero type universes which I loath, although a friend did get me to watch Jessica Jones which I loved).

So enticing? No. If you like what I like you might like this, simple as. I DO want you to watch it though liteon. Like really want you to watch it. Like a weird stalker.....

Seriously though give us a short list of UK comedies you didn't like?
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liteon, give ep one a go. Go on, you know you want to.

graybags, selected British comedies are the best in the world! I do find the occasional US one that I like (Futureman & Avenue 5 recently but stuff like Two and a Half Men can do one).

Opps, my language in real life isn't clean so I guess I just didn't notice what is the most offensive word in the English language. I used it last year to my boss, he is one so don't worry, but I haven't worked since!

Have not seen Misfits, will give it a go
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lighton said:
I find UK comedies often somewhat challenging to watch, so I'll add this to the MAYBE pile.


Blasphemy! There are tons of great UK comedies. Some of the best ever comedies are from the UK.