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24 September 2014

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Your Reviews: Episode 2

Scott Foster (Andrew Buchan) and Ashika Chandiramani (Shelley Conn)

We asked for your comments on Party Animals, you said:

"I've just read an unfavourable review of Party Animals in the Sunday Telegraph 'Seven' magazine. I felt I just had to write in to say that I totally disagree with his criticism.

I was gripped by the first episode, and was not disappointed by the second. It is now on my 'must watch' list of TV programmes. I have found all the characters convincing, and the detail of the various jobs and issues set at an acceptable level."

Ian Elliott, Reigate

"It's good to show politics in a different light"
"Personally I think it's interesting and a treat for Wednesdays. I have done a tour of the houses of Parliament and walking around I could easily imagine it to be a low and seedy, self-important back-slapping kind of world that is portrayed... I will continue tuning in, it's good to show politics in a different light."

Simo, London

"This is great drama. Glossy, sexy and intelligent. Who knew politics could seem so hot? Just one quibble - why isn't this prime time BBC One?"

Lisa Holdsworth, Leeds

"Boring, smug and unlikeable. The new This Life it aint!"

Anne Marie O'Connor, London

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