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It's drawn comparison with Twin Peaks, also one of the finest, maddest and most original shows of all time, so I had to watch it, and while it doesn't hit the dizzy heights of the David Lynch series, it's telly of solid quality.
And his decision to axe the housing market renewal programme is the maddest yet.
MEET the maddest Midlander - she has bags of potential.
Ipswich were chopped from 14-1 to 9-1 by the Tote after providing the maddest scoreline of the day - they beat Crewe 6-4 - but their backers will surely be concerned that Joe Royle's side have conceded nine goals in their last three league matches at Portman Road.
Players can be cool or silly, hip or hopeless, with flashy duds, far-out `dos or the maddest, mod-dest mohair around.
JEREMY Corbyn enjoyed a little smile after it emerged Bill Clinton thought Labour picked "the maddest person in the room" as their leader.
The rest comes all on its own" James Bond actress Monica Bellucci, below "My spirit animal is a sloth" Comedian and writer Dawn French "One of the maddest deals ever struck by any government" Political commentator Polly Toynbee on the news that a Chinese state-controlled company, with a minority French state partner, will build and control massive nuclear power plants at Hinkley Point, Bradwell in Essex and Sizewell "Sometimes you hit a funny scene and you have to milk it until it's not funny anymore, so you know you've wrung every potential bit of comedy out of it" Comedian and actor Steve Coogan on comedy writing "Do ministers really have nothing better to do?
And Belle and Sean's plan to get her pregnant to keep her out of jail is one of the maddest they've had.
There's also the weightier post-punk homage in The Man From Glasgow - about "The maddest, most notorious 70's Glaswegian promoter we've ever had the pleasure of meeting," adds Stephen.
Award-winning children's author Louise Rennison, most known for her book Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging, on which a film was based, was looking for "the wackiest, maddest am-dram performance" based on characters from another set of her books, The Misadventures of Tallulah Casey.
One excerpt read: "In his quest to call himself a Celt, our author does the maddest thing of all - he actually learns Welsh.
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES (12A, 137 mins) 4/10 JOHNNY Depp's impressive resume is littered with oddballs from the heartbreaking title role in Edward Scissorhands and iconic B-movie director Ed Wood to a creepily childlike Willy Wonka and the maddest Hatter ever to grace Alice's Wonderland.
THIS has traditionally been the busiest, maddest, highest spending day of the year.
Amanda tells Insider: "We did this shoot in the middle of nowhere with one other girl and it has to be the maddest job I've ever done.
But he promised: "This will be the biggest, boldest, maddest, saddest, most exciting story we've ever done.