|1.||The Mighty Boosh|
British comedy written by and starring comedians Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding. Developed from three stage shows and a six episode radio series, it has since spawned a total of twenty television episodes for BBC Three and two live tours of the UK.
Along with various other characters that are either played by Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding... or Noel Fielding's family members. A lot of surprises and other great comedians.
The show that will make you laugh till your not stoned anymore... best show on BBC tv. I LOVE VINCE AND HOWARD. Watch it... then you shall know. I laughed till i fell over in pain (seriously).
I quote this show so many times everyday i have lost track.
A Who-liday is a holiday that refers to a day when there is a new Doctor Who episode on television; either on BBC One in the U.K. or BBC America in the U.S.
Ashley- Are you ready for tomorrow?
Michael- Why? What's tomorrow?
Ashley- There's a new Doctor Who on!!!
Michael- OH! I completely forgot that tomorrow is a Wholiday!!
A radio station with just a little Left-wing bias, Not as bad as Air America. NPR does have some Republican-like bias such as support and sympathy for Israel. However, NPR is more of a entertainment station than a news and information. The only news shows on NPR are NPR news and BBC World News.
If you want really Liberal Opinions on the radio, listen to Air America, if you want Conservative Opinions on the radio, listen to Michael Savage or Matt Drudge. NPR is mostly just entertainment and Moderate-Left opinion.
|4.||trailer park boys|
A popular mockumentary about the lives of ex-convicts between prison terms. The main characters are Ricky, Julian, Bubbles and Jim Lahey, Trailer Park Supervisor, along with Randy, Ray, Cory, Trevor, Sarah, Lucy and J-ROC.
The show airs Sunday nights at 9 and Thursday nights at 9:30 on Showcase in Canada. It is currently in it's fourth season. It also airs on BBC America, however, the show is bleeped and edited, because of the swearing and content. Cocksuckers.
"Trailer Park Boys are the latest incarnation of a Canadian cultural classic." - The Globe and Mail
|5.||Trailer Park Boys|
A popular series on Showcase and BBC America (edited on BBC, though), and features: J-ROC, Julian, Ricky, Bubbles, Tyrone, Jim Lahey (Trailer Park Supervisor), Barbara Lahey (Trailer Park Owner), Randy (Assistant Trailer Park Supervisor). It's now in it's fifth season, where Julian has stolen a Monte Carlo, and Ricky's still driving "The Shitmobile" New Yorker in the Sunnyvale Trailer Park.
"Trevor, smokes, let's go" - Ricky
"Fuck off, I got work to do" - Cyrus
"Knock, knock..." "Who's there?" "Fuck off"
"Don't you guys have some offs to fuck?" "What?" "Fuck off!"
A prime example of British comedy at its best. Originated in Britain (obviously) but followed up by America with "The Office - An American Workplace" which, frankly, uses American humour and all our best quotes eh boys ;)
Co-written by Ricky Gervais and Steven Merchant who also appeared at Live 8 this year! - www.rickygervais.com/video2_1.php
"Who says famine has to be depressing!"
An American person who through use of slang, trends, media, etc., tries to be British.
I was at Ashley's house and that wanglo put it on BBC America. Even worse, she made me call her "Ash" all night.