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Shooting Stars - Last night

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by higenbs1, Jan 21, 2003.

  1. higenbs1

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    Did anyone see Shooting Stars last night. How funny was George's song about the baked potato.
     
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    i was too busy watching the 2 bumps on Victoria...
     
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    Victoria? who was on it last night?
     
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    The musical interlude featuring the prawns was most amusing.
     
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    Geezer,

    It was only Playboy Playmate, and stunning Swedish actress Victoria Silvstedt!!!! :eek:

    Oh, and she's dating some bloody sports person - he's a lucky bugger!

    Pooch
     
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    Oh yes she is mighty fine should have watched that instead.
     
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    Damn funny show! As was the last one... it's definitely getting better since the end of the last series which was, IMO, getting very tiresome and only sporadically funny. The prawn thing was classic, as was the baked potato song. Best bit of last week's show was "True or False... Time-bombs can be neutralised by deja vu?". Oh, and George's song was pretty f*ckin' hilarious too... :D

    That Silverstedt - she has a nice pair of brains, has she not? [​IMG]

    MuFu.
     
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    Hard to imagine her being any more of a stereotype.

    Blonde American female with big jubs and goes out with someone who does sport.... : Thick as pig-****
     
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    The show is very funny indeed.

    I found the bit where Jonny Vegas was going on about him being the Tar Tar sauce very funny and Bob's songs about Ulrika dating footballs good too :)
     
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    They still crack me up.
    The spud song was a killer
     
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    She is swedish ;)
     
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    Well, she sounded American - both in terms of accent and certain colloquialisms.
     
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    As already pointed out, she's Swedish, but learnt her "english" in the US, but in the process she apparently forgot her Swedish....or so i'm told by a Swedish friend.

    The same also happened to Dolph, after learning English, 4got how to speak Swedish...!??!
     
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    Not really surprising cant imagine either of them have a huge amout of brain power. :D
     
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    I think Dolph has simply forgotten how to speak.
     
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    "I will break you" :D
     
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    surely should read....."i think Dolph has simply forgot how to speak." ? :)
     
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    That may be how Dolph would say it, but not I.
     
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    :confused: Attempt at humour - or - total dimwittedness? :confused:
     
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    I love Wil Self, he is brilliant. Sometimes he does the whole how without barely saying a word! His books are well worth a read too! ;)

    George Dawes is the funniest though! He just looks like a giant baby! :D
     

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