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Melllvar

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« Reply #560 on: 02-24-2005 14:42 »

I found these on a Dylan Moran website (via Spaced-Out), looks like the man himself was on LAY, the sport episode:

 http://www.dylanmoranrules.com/gonnis_dylan.JPG
 http://www.dylanmoranrules.com/gonnis_dylan2.JPG

Anyone for Gonnis?

You're like the fun vampire, but instead of sucking blood, you just suck...

STILL The Cuddly Face Of Heavy Metal
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« Reply #561 on: 02-24-2005 14:56 »

Edgar on next week. and Michael smiley interview up.
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« Reply #562 on: 02-28-2005 19:11 »

Thanks Eddy, theddy.

I fell in love with Bournemouth the computer because of his voice. I got more hype up when I find out that David Williams does the voice.  love
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« Reply #563 on: 03-02-2005 15:18 »

BUMP

Oh Nick Frost is going to be in the last episode of Look Around Yog next week. He going to play a character named Hot Jon. Should be good.

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« Reply #564 on: 03-02-2005 19:16 »

LAY keeps getting better.  Can't wait for the DVD, when it comes out (series 1 is on sale in HMV, if anyone's interested), this weeks was hilarious again.  Looking forward to the "Live final".
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« Reply #565 on: 03-03-2005 14:21 »
« Last Edit on: 03-03-2005 14:21 »

Oh yes with Prince Charles.

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« Reply #566 on: 03-05-2005 10:47 »

You people need to get Big Train season one on DVD. Season two wasnt so good but I have rediscovered some of the pegg related gold that I forgot about.

"Where are my Cocking Batman Puns!?"
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« Reply #567 on: 03-05-2005 10:48 »

I've already got it.  It's classic!
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« Reply #568 on: 03-05-2005 10:52 »
« Last Edit on: 03-05-2005 10:52 »

Also Mark heap as the tyrant. "Yes, He gets that all the time"

Hall and oates bringing there west coast life style to the slums of england    smile
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« Reply #569 on: 03-05-2005 10:55 »

My favourite sketch is in the 2nd series, though.  (although I do love the bit with Ming The Merciless - "it's a little planet called Eeeeeeaaaaaaaarth" )

My favourite sketch is the "Hot Cakes/Too Many Cooks" sketch from Ep1 of S2.
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« Reply #570 on: 03-05-2005 11:02 »

Yeah, I cant remember much of season two. I remember a funny sketch with mark as this creepy tin man. Other than that I remember it being dissapointing. Also the two girls from season one were gone.
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« Reply #571 on: 03-05-2005 11:07 »

That's because they were criminally underused.  That being said, Amelia Bullmore steals the entire series with her performance as Florence Nightingale.

Oh yeah, Hall & Oates!  "Hey, don't push Oates over!"
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« Reply #572 on: 03-05-2005 14:17 »

Big Train ... I think I remember that. Was that the one with the animated staring contests?
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« Reply #573 on: 03-05-2005 14:36 »

Well if you want to see amelia and julia working together get Chris Morris sketch series 'Jam' (which also has heap and eldon, but someone else instead of pegg) although be warned its incredibly dark, your previous perceptions of Dark comedy well seem tame in comparison to this.

Yeah the main problem with series 2 is tracy, she does fine but its just hard not to be jarred by the presence of someone in eastenders.
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« Reply #574 on: 03-05-2005 19:42 »

Jam has David Cann (instead of Pegg), and I have that also, being a Chris Morris completist.  Anyone who's seen The Gush will attest that it's the funniest/most disturbing thing ever.
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« Reply #575 on: 03-07-2005 18:02 »
« Last Edit on: 03-07-2005 18:02 »

Hehe Look Around you tonight final episode was the best episode ever. It was really funny and I couldn’t even stop myself laughing. It was great to see some of the characters together again.

Nick Frost parts were good and T]the prince Charles bit was excellent. I wonder how they did that?
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« Reply #576 on: 03-08-2005 04:10 »

LAY was brilliant last night! Ah, Lenard Hatred...
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« Reply #577 on: 03-08-2005 05:23 »
« Last Edit on: 03-08-2005 05:23 »

Ah yes, another series of LAY, another classic!  Simply excellent spin on how live shows can go spectacularly wrong, the whole episode was like a brilliantly well-observed gag.

Yeah, the Charles thing was excellently done, and having Mark Heap go mental was genius!

Bring on the DVD.

Also, bring on S2 of Green Wing!  More Heap!

Speaking of Big Train, I started watching S1 again last night, genius!
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« Reply #578 on: 03-08-2005 15:23 »

I caught about 15 minutes of LAY, the first time I've ever watched it. Very funny, I shall be buying the DVD's when they come out  smile
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« Reply #579 on: 03-08-2005 17:52 »

Thanks Hanks, thanks.

Wow the live final was really something amazing, Lenard Hatred and Hot Jon were really cool too.
Possibly my favourite moment was when its all broke down and the quick flash of the disturbing picture [shudder] and the picture being shown the wrong way ("its upside down" ).

Roll on series 3....
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« Reply #580 on: 03-10-2005 16:48 »

 
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Originally posted by Melllvar:
Jam has David Cann (instead of Pegg), and I have that also, being a Chris Morris completist.  Anyone who's seen The Gush will attest that it's the funniest/most disturbing thing ever.

You got everything with him, even Blue Jam and the collaberation with Peter Cook (I think that's him) I've heard from some people that Blue Jam was better than T.V jam.
Because that's what I still haven't got.

I also bought "My Wrongs" today thought it was great.

Have you been watching nathan barley.

sorry I appear to be asking questions at you here.
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« Reply #581 on: 03-11-2005 13:50 »

Just to let you know that Simon Pegg will appear in a comic relief Spider man type sketch tonight with Rowan Atkinson. Look out for that.
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« Reply #582 on: 03-11-2005 14:27 »

Can someone tell me where this image is from??
 http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Lysistrata_Mayfaire/Graphics/simonpegg_daily_layout_september04JPG.jpg
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« Reply #583 on: 03-11-2005 14:45 »

 
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Originally posted by User_names_suck:
 You got everything with him, even Blue Jam and the collaberation with Peter Cook (I think that's him) I've heard from some people that Blue Jam was better than T.V jam.
Because that's what I still haven't got.

I have Jam and Blue Jam, I used to have the complete BJ downloaded, but I got the CD shortly after.  The Peter Cook collaboration "Why Bother?" is good, but I've only heard short bits of it.  Cook is at his best as Sir Arthur Streed-Greebling.

 
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I also bought "My Wrongs" today thought it was great.

Have you been watching nathan barley.

sorry I appear to be asking questions at you here.

S'okay.  smile  Yeah, Nathan Barley has been excellent, I think, but I've only caught three out of the four episodes.

I've never seen My Wrongs, t has Paddy Considine (from In Ameria, 24 Hour Party People, among others) in it. 

There is a Chris Morris thread, only I ever posted in it.

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« Reply #584 on: 03-11-2005 15:24 »

Well we also had a british comedy thread but this seems to have taken on that role, mainly because just about every comedy around has some link to spaced.

I'd be weary about buying My Wrongs, its quite expensive for a 12 minute film, although its also includes the radio monolouge version which is also 12 minutes, also has a music video and a commentary by the runner, suprsingley he's very well informed and intresting.
catindisguise

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« Reply #585 on: 03-11-2005 15:46 »

I haven't commented on LAY for ages...but I love it.

Mark Heap was AWESOME in the last epsiode, Leonard Hatred is definitely one of my favourite characters. I was also pleased when I saw a book in the library by someone called Brian Heap.

I can't wait for the DVD.  big grin

Also, spider-plant man = Peggage. Yay!  love
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« Reply #586 on: 03-11-2005 16:00 »
« Last Edit on: 03-11-2005 16:00 »

Simon Pegg on Comic Relief =   love

Alenacat - that picture I believe is a press picture, it's not from any TV show or anything. My friend gave me a Christmas card with that image on the front of it  big grin
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« Reply #587 on: 03-11-2005 16:14 »

"We gave it big teeth" Comic relief is tre niceness.

Also in a sort of related note the I am not an animal DVD comes out soon which should be pretty cool.

Also Avy  big grin
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« Reply #588 on: 03-11-2005 17:17 »

Simon Peeg was in Spider plant man and was that Nick Frost too I couldn't see very well because of the excitment
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« Reply #589 on: 03-11-2005 19:19 »
« Last Edit on: 03-13-2005 00:00 »

Awww Simon was on again being interviewed by Alan partridge, did you guys see it?

Oh and have you seen the Green Wing sketch?
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« Reply #590 on: 03-14-2005 00:36 »

the comic relief sketch wasn't that funny. just seemed like an excuse for the obligotory 'partridge sketch'.

nick frost on look around you was great, though
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« Reply #591 on: 03-14-2005 00:37 »
« Last Edit on: 03-14-2005 00:37 »

ignore. double post.
Juliet

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« Reply #592 on: 03-15-2005 18:51 »

I am watching the Empire Awards and Shaun Of The Dead won an award for Best British Movie. Cool
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« Reply #593 on: 03-18-2005 08:10 »

Im sorry juliet, but your avatar brings out everything that I think is wrong in the world. This coming from a guy with a big giant capitalist turd as his avy.

Atleast you avatar isnt the "Crazy frog"
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« Reply #594 on: 10-03-2005 13:45 »

*Bumpy bump*

Well recently I've watched around 6 episodes of this at my best mates house, and I gotta say, I was very pleasantly surprised.

The humour is very unique I find, but I love the fast pace of it all. And the little subtle jokes in the backgrounds too.
The characters are great and fit very well.

Overall, great show if you can grasp the humour  smile
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« Reply #595 on: 10-04-2005 12:38 »

You know what?  I've gone back to watching Spaced, and I still bloody love it.

I'm going to bring it to the next PEELathon, the Americans have to watch it.

Thanks for the bump, btw...
Melllvar

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« Reply #596 on: 10-11-2005 19:37 »

*bump*

 
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Oct. 11, 2005

Pegg briefed on 'Mission' sequel role

By Tatiana Siegel

Simon Pegg has signed on to join Tom Cruise in "Mission: Impossible 3." He will play an ally of Special Agent Ethan Hunt (Cruise).

Directed by J.J. Abrams, "M:I-3" boasts an ensemble cast that also includes Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ving Rhames, Laurence Fishburne, Billy Crudup, Michelle Monaghan, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Keri Russell and Maggie Q.
 
Pegg, best known for toplining and co-writing the indie breakout "Shaun of the Dead," is a veteran of British TV. His film credits also include "The Reckoning" and a cameo in "Land of the Dead."

Said Abrams: "I've been dying to work with Simon since I saw 'Shaun of the Dead.' His comedic skill is remarkable; he's able to be hysterically funny while always seeming 100% real, even when he's killing zombies with vinyl records."

The film is produced by Cruise and Paula Wagner through their C/W Prods. banner and executive produced by Stratton Leopold.

Pegg is repped by CAA.

This is awesome news!  Pegg is gonna make MI:3 remotely watchable!
Juliet

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« Reply #597 on: 10-12-2005 11:25 »

Nice. You can see Nick Frost in the cinema right now with the film called Kinky Boots. I really want to see that movie.

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« Reply #598 on: 11-20-2005 15:02 »

*Bump*

Just to ler you know that Nick Frost going to be in Man Stroke Woman tonight at 10pm on BBC3
Melllvar

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« Reply #599 on: 01-12-2006 03:42 »

*bump*

Anyone catch Nick Frost's new comedy Hyperdrive last night?
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