Yossarian


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Yossarian

always creating new ways to stay alive through long war. [Am. Lit.: Catch-22]
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"LET'S call it a day" went the song, as Yossarian (Christopher Abbott) flew into the closing credits of this excellent six-part adaptation of Joseph Heller's novel (Catch 22, Channel 4, Thursday).
C4, 9pm Yossarian is taken in by an Italian family, and wastes no time flirting with the beautiful daughter.
Catch-22 9pm Alive and intact, Yossarian is thwarted by an old adversary.
Yossarian (Christopher Abbott) is starting to feel lonelier than ever, with most of his pals in the US Air Force having been killed.
CATCH-22 C4, 9pm YOSSARIAN (Christopher Abbott) is starting to feel lonelier than ever, with most of his pals in the US Air Force having been killed.
Catch-22 (Channel 4, 9pm-10pm) On a surreal trip, reluctant bombardier Yossarian - or Yo-Yo, as the central character has been rechristened for this TV adaptation - begins to realise the magnitude and influence of Milo's business empire.
Catch-22 Channel 4, Thur, 9pm On a surreal trip, reluctant bombardier Yossarian - or Yo-Yo, as the central character has been rechristened for this TV adaptation - begins to realise the magnitude and influence of Milo's business empire.
THURSDAY Catch-22 C4, 9pm On a surreal trip, reluctant bombardier Yossarian - or Yo-Yo, as the central character has been rechristened for this TV adaptation - begins to realise the magnitude and influence of Milo's business empire.
He plays Yossarian, the US Air Force bombardier who is convinced everyone is out to kill him - a problem compounded by the top brass's decision to keep increasing the number of missions he must fly.
Yossarian resorts to drastic measures to finally be released from his national service, while Milo Minderbinder reveals how he views the war as a growth industry.
Away from Clooney's spitting, yelling commander, the action centres on Captain John "Yoyo" Yossarian -- a US Air Force bombardier played by charismatic Christopher Abbott.
It's the story of Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier in the Second World War who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him.