Another big selling point is that they are often available on short-term contracts or a pay-as-you-go basis, so you can move between them if the one you sign up for isn't much cop
But the nervous suits at ITV have clearly reached the conclusion that although The Voice isn't much cop
, it's better than The X Factor.
I haven't felt much love from the terraces when the banter starts flying with chants like, "You haven't got a home, you haven't got a home..." To be fair, that's usually in reply to City fans suggesting that their ground isn't much cop
and sparsely populated, or words to that effect.
But Carr admitted that there are times when after a drive to the airport, then a flight, taxi to the hotel, overnight stay and finally a drive to some stadium, it turns out the player he's made such an effort to see isn't much cop
. He said: "That does happen quite a bit and you have got to accept that.
I accept, however, that the thought of President Cameron or Blair isn't much cop
The latest sequel currently playing cinemas isn't much cop
, but this, the second in the series, is fairly entertaining and boasts good special effects.
But rumour has it that the show isn't much cop
. It was relegated from ITV1 to ITV2, but still isn't scheduled to be transmitted any time soon.
But whereas X-Ray isn't much cop
, Living the Dream (BBC2, Tuesday), which has borrowed so heavily from No Going Back that the producers should be wearing masks and stripey shirts, is alright.
English expatriate Fryatt, last year's course winner, looks big at 2- 1 against Darren Clarke and a locally-based American who isn't much cop
Walk inside a building and the view isn't much cop
And last but certainly least is Louis Smith "MBE", an outstanding athlete who, despite his deep love of being on telly, isn't much cop
He's probably quite a convivial drinks carrier - or gin wallah as heno doubt terms it - but we can't help thinking that Prince Philip probably isn't much cop
as a fielder.
Living in a rough East End high rise isn't much cop
for Birdie, but old age has its perks.
Memo to ITV: fantastic chef though he undoubtedly is, this self-styled deep-fried thinker isn't much cop
And am I alone when I say that Vinnie Jones' acting in this isn't much cop
? Anyone can scrunch their face up and look hard, but can he cry on cue like his old mate Gazza?