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Funkodrom
24-01-2005, 16:40:13
Did anyone see Bill Bailey's thing on Channel 4 - thing, standup gig. The Wizard was it?

Classic and very hillarious geek influenced humour.

http://www.bill-bailey.co.uk/home.php

fp
24-01-2005, 16:43:16
:beer:

King_Ghidra
24-01-2005, 16:48:04
isn't it called half-troll or something, or am i getting confused

Funkodrom
24-01-2005, 16:49:04
Ah yes, you're right.

Tizzy
24-01-2005, 16:49:30
Part Troll

King_Ghidra
24-01-2005, 16:49:44
shame you don't have your old sig, funko :D

Immortal Wombat
24-01-2005, 17:37:09
Wow. Bewilderness is available on BetaMax.

MoSe
24-01-2005, 17:40:19
damn, I thought it was about the Beetle Bailey comic strip....

Lazarus and the Gimp
24-01-2005, 17:43:53
The skit about Argos made me laugh until I feared for the state of my diaphragm.

fp
24-01-2005, 17:50:18
Still using a diaphragm, Laz? That sounds like bolting the stable door after the horse has bolted to me. ;)

Lazarus and the Gimp
24-01-2005, 18:09:08
Yes. It's especially ironic seeing as I have no ovaries or uterus.

Gary
24-01-2005, 18:48:04
I just loved his work with Linguaphone

Beta1
24-01-2005, 18:53:55
I was at that show.

Bloody good.

I thought the whole "scale of evil" and "drum and bush" was excellent. The "beautiful women in emergency situations" was good although I'd heard it before.

The big freaky backdrop with the moving eyes was really weird when its 20foot high...

Beta1
24-01-2005, 18:55:29
speaking of geek humour Harry Hill doing a week of shows down in battersea. I might see if I can still get tickets.

Lazarus and the Gimp
24-01-2005, 19:33:52
I can't stand Harry Hill. I realise a lot of people find him funny, but he does nothing for me.

Funkodrom
25-01-2005, 09:01:00
I was initially impressed by the number of instruments he had on the stage. Great comedian, great musician and hillarious songwriter.

I hate talented wankers like that. ;)