“I had a broad happy smile on my face as the final credits rolled.” Read on for the full verdict on last night’s TV.

Flight of the Conchords, BBC4
“I wonder if the joke isn’t starting to wear a bit thin, though, as only one of the musical numbers in this episode really worked.”
Andrea Mullaney, The Scotsman

Flight of the Conchords, BBC4
“I had a broad happy smile on my face as the final credits rolled.”
Tom Sutcliffe, The Independent

Sons of Anarchy, Bravo
“The latest hard-edged American drama brought over to soak up critical praise and attract, ooh, dozens of viewers is Sons of Anarchy. It’s from the producer of The Shield; it features someone from The Sopranos plus the obligatory Brit-doing-an-American-accent. Those who worship The Wire, Mad Men or Deadwood are doubtless already salivating.”
Andrea Mullaney, The Scotsman

Horizon: How Violent Are You?, BBC2
“Horizon described its presenter as a ‘staunch pacifist’. The presenter was Michael Portillo, our former deefence secretary. I suppose it depends on what you mean by ‘staunch’ - and by ‘pacifist’ come to that. For Portillo, I fear, the words indicate nothing beyond phenomenal self-regard.”
Andrew Billen, The Times

Ten Things You Need to Know about Sleep, BBC1
“It was cheap and cheerful and everything seemed to work.”
Nancy Banks-Smith, The Guardian