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Did anyone see that load of old sh1t last night? What a disappointment!!!

I used to love watching Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse, and I thought the Paul Whitehouse Experience was the best sketch show of the '90s.

Call me old fashioned (F**K off if you do laugh), but I did not think the Laurel & Hardy meets Brokeback Mountain sketch in the slightest bit funny. In fact it was cringeworthy!!!

Anyone???

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Gotta agree with you Hookey. I was really disappointed with the show. The only bit that made me really laugh were the scaffolders. Unfortunately the two talented comedians haven't moved with the times.... frown

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Agreed Bitchypoos, the scaffolders (anyone remember "Lily the Pink" by The Scaffolds? No? I digress, that was a highlight in a lowlight show.

I heard that Enfield and Whitehouse had fallen out because Whitehouse sided with Charlie Higson, when the latter fell out with the former.

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Lily the pink a pink a pink.... grin

The surgeons sketch was blurry awful....Will we be watching it next week hoping for an improvement? Or was it a one off?

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I'll be watching more in hope than expectaion, but I'm impressed that a young lass like yourself would remember a No 1 from '68!!!

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I was 5 grin

Oops! 4 blush


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Blimey almost as old as me lol. I was 6

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Hi ya paula, come and play in Bitch's box!!


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C'mon Paula, and we can discuss the filthy text to send to Horace chloenurse

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For those of you too young to remember:

We'll drink a drink a drink to
Lily the pink a pink a pink
The saviour of the human race
For she invented medicinal compound
Most efficacious in every case

Mr Frears had sticky out ears
And it made him awful shy
And so they give him medicinal compound
And now he's learning how to fly

Brother Tony was notably bony
He would never eat his meals
And so they give him medicinal compound
Now they move him round on wheels

We'll drink a drink a drink to
Lily the pink a pink a pink
The saviour of the human race
For she invented medicinal compound
Most efficacious in every case

Well Ebeneezer thought he was Juilius Ceasar
And so they put him in a home
Where they give him medicinal compound
And now his emperor of Rome

Johnny hammer had a terrible stammer
He could hardly say a word
And so they give him medicinal compound
And now his seen and never heard

We'll drink a drink a drink to
Lily the pink a pink a pink
The saviour of the human race
For she invented medicinal compound
Most efficacious in every case

Auntie Milly ran willy-nilly
When her legs they did recede
And so they hooked on medicinal compound
Now they call her Millipede

Jenifer Eccles had terrible freckles
And the boys all call her names
But she changed with medinical compound
And now he joins in all their games

We'll drink a drink a drink to
Lily the pink a pink a pink
The saviour of the human race
For she invented medicinal compound
Most efficacious in every case

Lily the pink she turned to drink she
Filled up with parafin inside
And dispite her medicinal compound
Sadly pickalily died

Up to heaven her soul ascended
For the church bells they did ring
She took with her medicinal compound
Hark the herald angels sing



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Rubbish, I thought it was a fairly good effort last night, nothing amazing by any means but it wasn't bad.

Did you not think the Brokeback Mountain, Nelson Mandela etc sketches were "with the times"? I don't think they were like that originally.

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Thank you Yank bow grin

Now let's wind Cantos up some more wink

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Listen up Yank!!!! laugh

Of course we f**king remember it, that's why we brought it up!!! doh

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Originally Posted By: JP21
Rubbish, I thought it was a fairly good effort last night, nothing amazing by any means but it wasn't bad.

Did you not think the Brokeback Mountain, Nelson Mandela etc sketches were "with the times"? I don't think they were like that originally.

I think the Nelson Mandela one's were particularly awful shocked

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Listen up Yank!!!! laugh

Of course we f**king remember it, that's why we brought it up!!! doh

I thought you'd gone to bed! grin

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But would they have done that 12 years ago? I think it shows they were trying (at least) to keep with the times. Ah well, Peep Show was on after. Wonderful.

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Originally Posted By: JP21
Rubbish, I thought it was a fairly good effort last night, nothing amazing by any means but it wasn't bad.

Did you not think the Brokeback Mountain, Nelson Mandela etc sketches were "with the times"? I don't think they were like that originally.



They were shockingly sh1t. I could do a better Nelson Mandela than him and how the f**k was the sketch L&H modern????

BTW, I will be extremely upset with amyone who mocks L&H. ... They have been warned

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Stan and Ollie were wonderful mate, no arguments there.

Modern for them! Would Whitehouse and Enfield have done a sex scene like that 12 years ago?!

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I dont think they were ever that funny and even the constant ads for it made me reach for the mute button everytime it came on between every programme!!!

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Originally Posted By: JP21
Stan and Ollie were wonderful mate, no arguments there.

Modern for them! Would Whitehouse and Enfield have done a sex scene like that 12 years ago?!

I think it's the style in which they do it that isn't with the times JP. And if i was Nelson Mandela i'd friggin sue them!

Now about the peep show? I missed that! frown




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