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It's well established that Craig Ferguson was far and away the best American chat show host of all time, but this interview with Robin Williams is the perfect clanging together of two comedy lunatics.

 

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Imagine my horror when @neil closed the old YT thread last night, the day before I planned to once again casually drop one of my own videos into it, as though that's acceptable behaviour. Now I look l

You think it has peaked. You are wrong.   

Probably kfogg

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2 minutes ago, wordsfromlee said:

The Lawrence Fox stuff hasn’t aged well. 

That's true. But thankfully they don't stay with it too long.

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I was on a meeting at work today, some banal chit-chat was taking place, some fella was going on about painting his house and said one of the colour choices was "Chantilly Lace". That got me thinking of a pub singer version of the song "Chantilly Lace", took me a couple of seconds but then I remembered this gem

Really perked up the work day did that

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This has got viral recently. Its a public access call in show from 22 years ago, and for whatever reason, this lady gets abuse from the majority of the callers, ranging from bad Austin Powers impersonations that sound like Pugwall instead, to just plain creepy comments.

But the fact this woman just doesn't give a fuck and is cool throughout has won the hearts of many.

The guy who joins her is a tosser who tries hard to sound more intelligent than he is, mind.

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I recently discovered her videos where she's reading stories and stacking cups. I've not seen the pancake ones. 

I do feel a bit bad for having laughed on the videos where she basically ends up involuntarily self harming.

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There was a really charming documentary on Channel 4 last year called The Mum Who Got Tourette’s, about a mum who was diagnosed fairly recently who had a child that was diagnosed with severe Tourette’s himself when he was quite young.

What came over really clearly was how loving and supporting her husband and three children were, despite being around someone with quite severe and frequent tics. They did a brilliant job of normalising it, despite it being what I imagine to be really exhausting for them all. She’d range from frequent outbursts of quite severe swearing to random observations, but my favourite was her telling her husband “Simon? Chinese people smell...... of custard.” as she prepared food in the kitchen.

Somewhat randomly, it’s being repeated tomorrow night on 4Seven at 10pm.

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22 minutes ago, PowerButchi said:

John's Not Mad is still the gold standard.

For sure. Johnny Davidson is very much the legend he deserves to be amongst my circle for friends and workmates.

”Bbbbbbbborder between England and Ireland.”

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