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The mighty boosh
« on: 12:21, 31 August 11 »
Some tv series apparently still don't make the way across all of Europe.

Which is sad, because this one's brilliant:

Mighty Boosh - "...and this is Gary Numan"
Mighty Boosh - "...and this is Gary Numan"

Kudos just for Gary Numan.


Vince's punk song - The Mighty Boosh - BBC comedy
Vince's punk song - The Mighty Boosh - BBC comedy

The essence of Punk :D


Electro Song with stylish front man Vince Noir - Comedy Greats - BBC

The essence of Electronic music / New Wave :D


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Re: The mighty boosh
« Reply #1 on: 12:26, 31 August 11 »
Ooh, the Boosh.


Very, very funny.  Glad the humour translates well, either that or you sir have exceptionally good taste  :)

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Re: The mighty boosh
« Reply #2 on: 00:55, 01 September 11 »
Very, very funny.  Glad the humour translates well, either that or you sir have exceptionally good taste  :)

Thank you! :)

Given that nobody else responded, it must be a matter of taste. You'll also need a good knowledge of English and some interest in musical styles, I guess.

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Re: The mighty boosh
« Reply #3 on: 01:22, 01 September 11 »
I liked Boosch too, I just didn't bother answering :D It's definitely a matter of taste, but I like Noel Fieldings stuff generally. I thought he was hilarious as Richmond in IT Crowd.

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Re: The mighty boosh
« Reply #4 on: 02:08, 01 September 11 »
I thought he was hilarious as Richmond in IT Crowd.

:D Richmond was great. I'd really like someone to repeat the Cradle of Filth moment at a funeral in real life. :D :D :D
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Re: The mighty boosh
« Reply #5 on: 02:13, 01 September 11 »
I prefer 'allo 'allo  :o

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Re: The mighty boosh
« Reply #6 on: 11:54, 01 September 11 »
Given that nobody else responded, it must be a matter of taste. You'll also need a good knowledge of English and some interest in musical styles, I guess.


If you like Boosh, you might like Nathan Barley which also has Julian Barratt in it.  It's less weird and more of a satirical take on London and the idiots that frequent it, but can be very funny ;)


And of course, anything written by Chris Morris.