‘Dalton’s’ ‘Dale and the Pimps’ review: It’s an exciting tale of two cities
Dalton’s ‘Dalerton’s Pimpernel’ is back for its fifth season on Saturday night.
The show is one of the funniest, most unpredictable and most heartfelt dramas on television.
It follows the adventures of a group of teenagers who move to a seaside town called Pimple in the North West of England to escape a world where everyone is a ‘dilapidated, decaying wreck’.
The characters are so unique, it’s like the show was created by itself.
There are so many characters, they’re not even in the same town.
It’s like they’re in their own worlds.
They’re very diverse, they have different accents, different names, different clothing styles, different accents.
There are so few stereotypes.
They’re just likeable and you’re rooting for them.
The characters are funny, and they’re charming.
I was so impressed with the direction they were taking it, it really does look like it came out of a comic book.
The way they approached the plot and the way the characters were given so much freedom to be a complete package.
Weirdly enough, the show is set in a different time and place than the rest of the UK.
Dalston’s is a British show, but it has a global feel to it.
You can travel around the world, you can watch films on TV, you don’t have to spend time in the UK to see it.
People come from all over the world to watch it.
The English dub has some really great performances, but the English language is very, very limited.
The show’s got a huge fan base.
“Dalerston’s Pimp” is available on VOD, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Apple TV.