Break off En­gage­ment

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Let­ter of the week

from Luke, Gee­long West I CAN’T un­der­stand why Chan­nel 10 cut Back to You but con­tin­ues to show the in­fu­ri­at­ingly weak Rules of En­gage­ment. The show stopped be­ing funny at episode two, but Ten in­sists on putting it on at prime time and call­ing it Aus­tralia’s favourite com­edy. I’ll ad­mit that Pa­trick War­bur­ton is quite hu­mor­ous, but David Spade is im­ma­ture and lame. Do us a favour, Ten, and take it off. How about show­ing 30 Rock at a de­cent hour? It cleaned up at the Golden Globes, but I’m yet to see it.

Bow wow wowser

from Rex Fan, Hamp­ton Park I WATCHED a cou­ple of episodes of Rex in Rome. No thanks. The old ones are bet­ter.

Chap­pell royal

from Dale, Box Hill IF COL of Carnegie (Guide, Jan 14) taught his son a bit of re­spect for cham­pi­ons he wouldn’t won­der why ‘‘Old Man’’ Chap­pell is on the cricket com­men­tary team. I won­der how Col will feel when he is older and the young ’uns think he should be seen and not heard. I bet he’s played the oc­ca­sional game for his coun­try, too— not!

Weak end, An­drew

from Michael, Ring­wood North I AMa big fan of Week­end Sun­rise but what spoils it for me is ‘‘An­drew O’Ev­ery­where’s’’ inane at­tempts at hu­mour. He seems to be the only one laugh­ing.

Lame claim: (left to right) David Spade, Megyn Price and Pa­trick War­bur­ton star in Ten’s Rules of En­gage­ment.

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