What's wrong with a little celebration?
It's in the shape of a question mark, you know. With Centre House the dot on the other side of Wood Lane.
>What's wrong with a little celebration?
When it;s the BBC - everything. Instead of saying how good they were, perhaps they should make more good program that we haven't actually seen a hundred times before. Still falling through a abr though. That's pretty funny in anyone's book, isn' it?
Of course that's falling through a bar. If i knew what an abr was, i'm sure falling through that would be relatively amusing also.
Perhaps falling through an abbatoir would be amusing, but in a harrowing, "jam" kinda way...
Surely it would have to be a wood chipper? Imagine the confused look on Trigger's face as the machine spewed chunks of Del Boy all over him. Classic comedy indeed.
I like the fact that the trailer have ol' man Parkinson whittering on about all the great shows and events that took place at TV Centre - whilst showing a clip of a Saturn rocket blasting off en route to the moon.
Didn't they launch those rockets in Florida? - or has something sinister been going on in West London?
Anyway, I'll know when it's due to be scheduled, as they'll probaly be a lavish spread on the cover and inside the Radio Times, a video offer (now you can watch Del Boy fall frame by frame as often as you want!), the *extended* editorial (I was told to say that the BBC are brilliant in 400 words), Alison (vacancy-apply within skull) Graham gushing like a waterfall whilst really copying and pasting some BBC PR, while those of us who just want some decent television and radio suffer.
>A celebration night, eh?
>I do hope we get a chance to see Del Boy fall through Basil Fawlty's emu, as it attacks Lulu the elephant, rollerskating under that bus.
>Don't tell 'em, Pike.
>Honestly. What next? "A new theme night celebrating the historic nine months that GLR has been relocated to Bush House..."
>Unless they're going to do a show on BBC TV Centre's architecture, or the ethos behind its construction, or its symbolism or something, then...
>IT'S JUST A BLOODY BUILDING.
How longs Pebble Mill been going?
I know it's BBC Radio WM's 30th birthday in a couple of months(Before anybody points out,yes I know it was Radio Birmingham originally!)!!
Maybe if Del Boy were dyslexic, they could have made him fall through a bra.
oh no! my first stolen joke, and the owner shows up. doh.
> Surely it would have to be a wood chipper? > Imagine the confused look on Trigger's
> face as the machine spewed chunks of Del
> Boy all over him. Classic comedy indeed.
Does this remind anyone else of Fargo?
except it wasn't exactly a comedy moment in fargo... :O)
> except it wasn't exactly a comedy moment
> in fargo... :O)
Wasn't I meant to laugh? Oh bum.
As it goes, I'd quite like to see something serious about the architecture and design of the old concrete doughnut.
Incidentally, I take it you all know why it's (broadly) circular. It's so the rumours can get round quicker.