Frankie Boyle's recap of 2018 airs tonight, and it's going to be a good one
2018 has been quite a year.
We've seen a lot of things happen in the past 12 months.
And whether or not you personally enjoyed 2018 as a whole, there's no denying that was there was no shortage of interesting news stories throughout the year.
And who better to examine what has gone on over the past 12 months than Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle?
If his review of the year is anything like his recent column in The Guardian, then we really are in for a treat.
In case you've any doubt of what it's going to be like, here's an excerpt from the piece:
"Paradoxically, I think Brexit will actually lead to less nationalism: economic collapse meaning that borders lose all their current toxicity, as they’re constantly redrawn in a never-ending struggle between regional warlords, antibiotic-resistant microbes and organ-harvesting cyborgs.
"Our children will have less inclination to dwell on skin colour as they’ll be preoccupied with appeasing the whims of some pitiless, scab-encrusted Cyclops waving a horse’s hoof nailed to a broomstick, roaring for fresh meat as he plays his three-note national anthem on a ribcage xylophone."
He also urges people to "forget Brexit and enjoy our last Christmas with running water..."
So yeah, tune in.
It will air on BBC 2 at 10 pm. Don't miss it!