|Charles and Camilla|
For Russian readers it should perhaps be explained that Wallace is a plasticine-modelled cheese enthusiast and amateur inventor from somewhere in Lancashire, and Gromit is his highly intelligent but completely silent (because he has no mouth) dog. When my children were about 10 years old they loved them. Prince Charles still does at the age of 63, but then he, too, is a cheese enthusiast and heavy-duty hobbyist.
Apparently the Prince and the Duchess have very different tastes in family viewing. When they sit down together in front of the television on a quiet evening in Clarence House, at Highgrove House or on the Birkhall estate on Deeside, they find this a problem. The Telegraph quoted Charles as saying that The Killing is “one of the only things we can agree on seeing together”.
|Wallace and Gromit|
Either way, the sentence is not grammatical. Charles might correctly have said, “When my wife and I see each other we watch television together only when we see eye-to-eye on what we should watch. The only thing we agree on is that we both love murder with lots of swearing.”