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Old 24-12-2006, 22:55   #181
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Old 24-12-2006, 23:00   #182
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I'm not a great fan of Amstall and don't find him that funny but at least the show hasn't got Russel Brand who seems to be on everythinngthese days and is about as funny as pile surgery.
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Old 26-12-2006, 12:06   #183
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Thought the new presenter was pretty good to be honest. Never really saw the fascination with Mark Lamaar.
In the Episode i watched with the guy from Busted it was funny and suprising the lack of humour he had! lol when the presenter asked him if he's shagged anyone recently.
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Old 26-12-2006, 18:24   #184
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I think it was the crap guests that didn't help the special... another GMTV presenter and a member of Busted? wow. Oh and David Gest... why? I'm guessing he was in the country as thats the only explanation I can think for his booking. I didn't recognise the other guy and don't remember anything he said anyway.
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Old 26-12-2006, 18:25   #185
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He was from McFly, not Busted.
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Old 26-12-2006, 18:37   #186
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Old 26-12-2006, 18:46   #187
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Old 27-12-2006, 13:10   #189
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I'm not sure if Jenni Falconer (from GMTV) was meant to be there originally. The Sky 'info' bit said Kevin Eldon, who obviously wasn't on, so it made me wonder if the GMTV woman was a late replacement.

Still, as funny as usual IMO. Loved the interplay between Simon Amstell and Danny McFly.
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I haven;t watched this in ages but may have to check out the one with Preston from the Ordinary Boys as he stormed out half way through and Bill Bailey got someone from the audience to fill in for him.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/6251913.stm


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Old 11-01-2007, 13:55   #191
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I haven;t watched this in ages but may have to check out the one with preston from the Ordinary Boys as he stormed out half way through and Bill Bailey got someone from the audience to fill in for him.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/6251913.stm

As soon as I saw the headline on the BBC website that he had walked off a show you just knew it had to be Buzzcocks!
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I read ths morning Bill Bailey said "Don't worry, it's not Big Brother. He hasn't be voted off"

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They've updated the article a bit:

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Speaking to BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat, Preston said: "If that was in any other situation, I would have hit him."

He added: "I just had to remove myself from the situation, so I just got up and left."



Might have to pick up her autobiography if it's all as funny as this

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In the offending passage from Chantelle's book, Living the Dream, she described a photo shoot in which she wore Marks and Spencer clothes.

"I've always loved M&S but it has always been too expensive for me," she wrote, adding that the session made her feel "very posh and upmarket".

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I am so looking forward to the new series.
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I haven;t watched this in ages but may have to check out the one with Preston from the Ordinary Boys as he stormed out half way through and Bill Bailey got someone from the audience to fill in for him.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/6251913.stm

Not bad, but on the same page under 'Top Entertainment Stories' was this -

"Documents reveal BBC Dyke drama"

I thought it was going to be something like 'Tipping the Velvet'
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I cant believe that daft bint has written an autobiography already
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Good on him -- Preston, I mean. There's too much cruelty in comedy nowadays.

I wait in vain for the day someone chins Jonathan Ross.
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I cant believe that daft bint has written an autobiography already

Do you think she's actually written it let alone read the thing.
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Do you think she's actually written it let alone read the thing.
If the extract that was read out is anything to go by, I'd say yes
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Has the episode aired yet, only my Tivo didn't pick it up if it has?
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