Both the cast of Gogglebox and viewers found themselves shocked at tonight’s Gogglebox ending (April 22).
In a bizarre clip, both the Gogglebox cast and their fans watched part of the Apple TV+ show Roar. The episode shown was titled ‘The Woman Who Was Fed By A Duck’ and followed a woman beginning a romantic relationship with the water fowl.
The duck could speak and viewers found themselves cringing as the woman’s relationship with the aquatic animal became more ‘intimate’.
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Fan favorite Giles turned to his wife Mary, beginning to say: “the duck can’t physically…” Mary quickly interjected: “well he can Nutty, he can use his beak…”
Another beloved couple, Mica and Marcus watched with their hands over their eyes. It seems viewers were left squirming in their seats too, taking to Twitter in their thousands to express repulsion at the scene.
@AmyHowey16 was disgusted, writing: “#Gogglebox should not be promoting shows that are basically insinuating bestiality. That was absolutely disgusting and wasn’t in the slightest bit funny.
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@SophiLH_ seemed to tweet in horror, typing: “I am sincerely concerned about the producers and the writers of Roar. Those guys are NOT OK #gogglebox.”
@journo_sophie said: “Nah #gogglebox I actually give up this is disgusting.” @mellissadzinzi added: “No wonder people are canceling their Netflix memberships if these are the kind of shows they’re producing. A woman shagging a duck? That’s just disgusting man #Gogglebox
@StephenPaul91 sounded equally appalled, penning: “That is the MADDEST thing I’ve ever seen – what the actual DUCK”. @Dawnesme added: “What the duck! That was some way to end @C4Gogglebox.”
@APerson3245 wasn’t impressed, writing: “I have no words….Im off to bleach my eyes.” @RickOShea54321 echoed Giles: “”It’s the worst thing I’ve ever seen on television”. Probably not wrong this time.”
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