Lads’ Army (consequently known as Bad Lads’ Army, Bad Lads’ Army: Officer Class and Bad Lads’ Army: Extreme) was a reality game show that constituted a historically derived social experiment.
Shown on ITV, the series was based on the premise of subjecting today’s delinquent young men to the conditions of conscripts to British Army National Service of the 1950s to see if this could rehabilitate them.
In the end, even reunited with his twin brother boisterous Luke couldn’t control his temper and quit. Daniel Kett is kept to the clause a bad lad can choose to leave, but only after 24 hours cooling off. Next the bad lads get Fifties lessons on saluting and- sexual education, despite none of them modern scum being virgins anymore, although irresponsible about VD. Day 9, CSM Glen Thomas’s feared muster parade, even a snotty nose is punished on the spot, worse risks jail, even Alan just for not knowing her number. Section one wins the long run between sections, their …
Bad Lad’s Army Series
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Production & Filming Details
- Release Date: 29 July 2004.
- Rating: 15.
- Running Time: 60 minutes.
- Country: UK.
- Language: English.