Shark-infested Custard: The Joke Book to Get Your Teeth into

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Shark-infested Custard: The Joke Book to Get Your Teeth into

Shark-infested Custard: The Joke Book to Get Your Teeth into

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The show was piloted in December 2001, before running for fifteen full series between 2002 and 2012, before being cancelled to allow Hill to work on other projects. Hill would occasionally say his catchphrase "Chippy chips!" and the show became known for another catchphrase "You get the idea with that." and Hill's actual sideways look at a topic, the show developed a cult following and was popular with the entire family. It is an industry rumour still that in the last few years of the show that some of the programs Hill would focus on – especially the soaps – would deliberately try to get featured on the show by giving prominence to bald members of teams (or experts) in all kinds of shows or obviously pushing for rhyming dialogue so as to get it in Poetry Corner. The show won a number of BAFTA awards, and spawned five Best of TV Burp DVD compilations, and a book based on the series, which was released for Christmas 2009. Aw, hell, I'm giving this thing another star because I really did enjoy it. The best thing about the book is that it's from the point of view of these completely screwed up, horrible, unsympathetic guys, but it never breaks character or winks or gets meta for even a moment, and so you really do see things from their perspective. I would guess that most of the people whom I like and respect would really hate this book and, by extension, would hate me for liking it, so I don't recommend it unless you're a bad person or have at least got a wide unsavory streak. In other words, so far it's pretty awesome. I've already learned a new (to me) term, "strange," my new favorite-ever slang for pussy, and one of the main characters' outfits was described like this: In a very similar setup to his Channel 4 breakthrough series Harry Hill (1997), the show included various sketches, recurring jokes, musical numbers, a segment entitled Meet The Johnsons, in which Harry would invite any family with the surname Johnson onto the show, and a Multi-Coloured Swap Shop style game entitled Help The Aged. The Comedy Zone Humor Network. "Harry Hill: Comedian Profile". Comedy-zone.net . Retrieved 15 June 2009.

This week’s puns and one liners is inspired by a former colleague, Andy, who spends time in the office interviewing people with a plastic puppet called Bruce The Shark. So, here are some shark jokes. As normal, they come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality… Turned up at a fancy dress party as jelly, custard and cream half an hour before anyone else arrived. I was a trifle early. If you thought it was expensive to go swimming with dolphins, you should try swimming with sharks. . . it cost me an arm and a leg! Shark Joke 97Maximus was swept downstream. The brothers knew that way led to a waterfall, which fell into a deep pond. But Olga the owl had been flying high and had seen Maximus in trouble. With her strong wings, she flew down just as the little mouse tipped over the roaring waterfall. She swooped him up safely, and put him down on the bank. A man says “I keep finding custard in one ear, and jelly in the other”. The doctor says “I’m afraid you are a trifle deaf”. In case you did not, as I didn't, "get" the title, The Shark Infested Custard takes its title from what Willeford calls an "old Miami riddle": "What is sweet, bright yellow, and extremely dangerous?" Apparently there is also a British kiddie TV show called this, after the same joke, which seems odd considering how well the title worked to convey the lethal sleaze of 1970s Miami.

Hyland, Ian (10 March 2017). "Harry Hill's superb Alien Fun Capsule is a bit like TV Burp repeating itself". Daily Mirror. The show was deemed new territory for Harry Hill at the time, as prior to its broadcast he had never produced any television show intended for children. However, for many years Hill, whose comedy has always generally been free of smut and harsh language, had appealed to a large audience of all ages. Two books – Harry Hill's Whopping Great Joke Book and Harry Hill's Bumper Book of Bloopers were released in 2006 to tie in with the series. [4] [5] Cancellation [ edit ]

What's white, lumpy, and extremely dangerous?

Hill is a supporter of the Labour Party and canvassed for the party during the 2015 general election. [38] Filmography [ edit ] Television Year On 17 July 2014, Hill was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Arts by the University of Kent, in recognition of his contribution to television and the arts. The brothers hugged and thanked all their friends for helping rescue Maximus. They promised that next time they would learn to cross the stream together.

Willeford is best known for his Hoke Moseley novels which were published in the 1980s. The Moseley novels are more police procedural than noir (but, nevertheless very good), but “The Shark-Infested Custard” is pure noir. a b Hind, John (16 July 2011). "Harry Hill: 'There's no such thing as healthy eating' ". The Guardian. theguardian.com . Retrieved 15 March 2014. Hill achieved his breakthrough in 1992, when he won the Perrier Award for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. [8] Shortly after, a radio show starring Hill was commissioned by BBC Radio 4 entitled Harry Hill's Fruit Corner. Hill hosted the show as himself, and each week he was joined by various guest performers, as well as regular character actors including Al Murray and Burt Kwouk. The show featured a variety of other celebrity guests during its run including Rolf Harris and Ronnie Corbett. [ citation needed] Each episode is interspersed with Hill's stand up routines. Fruit Corner ran for four series on BBC Radio 4. Hill's third book, The Further Adventures of the Queen Mum, was published in October 2007, and was a comic take on the life and times of the Queen Mother. His fourth novel, Tim the Tiny Horse at Large, which is a sequel to Tim the Tiny Horse, was published in October 2009. Harry Hill's Whopping Great Joke Book – The app for iPhone and iPod Touch". Harryhillsjokebookapp.com. Archived from the original on 19 October 2011 . Retrieved 24 October 2011.Each year they would make the journey to their family nest, where they grew up, to celebrate their mother’s birthday.

Calling the protagonists sociopaths misses the point. A sociopath is exceptional, a clinical case, somebody out of the ordinary. These four aren’t out of the ordinary; they’re representative.

Why did the shark spit out the clown?

A teacher asks the class to name six fish that you might find in the sea. One of the pupils replies, “five sharks and a herring”. In October 2001, Hill moved to ITV in a lucrative deal, in which he created an all new show, Harry Hill's TV Burp, where he would take a look at the week's television, showing clips from various British television programmes, and framing them with funny commentary or intercutting additional footage. The Hobbit holds off Anchorman 2 at UK box office – top 10 in full". Digital Spy. 24 December 2013 . Retrieved 19 October 2014. Television – News – British Comedy Awards 2006: The Winners". Digital Spy. 13 December 2006 . Retrieved 24 October 2011.



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