Gogglebox viewers ‘traumatized’ by X-rated scene involving woman and duck from Apple TV’s Roar

Gogglebox viewers were as stunned as the stars of Channel 4’s hit show Tonight by an X-rated scene – involving a woman and a duck – from the Apple TV+ anthology series Roar.

While the likes of Jenny and Lee and Pete and Sophie were uncharacteristically lost for words, Giles and Mary had a more measured debate about how a duck “could use its beak”. The episode watched – The Woman Who Was Fed by a Duck – is about a woman being seduced by a duck.

It’s fair to say that the clip ruffled a few feathers. Dozens of viewers shared their shock on Twitter – but many tweets were almost as X-rated as the scene they just watched.

The views of many were summed up by @karenamy, who tweeted, “I’m traumatized by this.” And @gracegrxnde agreed, commenting: the goggleboxes are back with their creepy sex scenes – this week involved a duck. You traumatize me.”

Meanwhile, @randomscouser85 said he was going to have to watch the scene more than once. He tweeted: “I’ll have to re-watch this on +1 to make sure it really happened and I wasn’t in some weird delusional state.” However, once was more than enough for Julie Gosden Turner, who tweeted: “OMG I just watched tonight’s episode of #Gogglebox and I have to wash my eyes!! What is the real duck? ! »

Roar is based on a short story book by Cecelia Ahern and the anthology series that “weaves together eight darkly comedic feminist fables that take unexpected approaches to topics like gender roles, autonomy, and identity. “.

IMDB describes it as “an insightful, poignant, and sometimes hilarious portrait of what it means to be a woman today. Featuring a unique blend of magical realism, familiar home and work scenarios, and futuristic worlds.”

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