History Series / Banzai

5th Feb '17 1:46:34 PM AgProv
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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Which of five lingerie-clad Lovely Ladies has the pickled onion in her mouth after 60 seconds of kissing and cuddling. Compeered by [[HoYay Valerie]] [[Series/BluePeter Singleton]], no less. [[CatchPhrase Outstanding!]]

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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Which of five lingerie-clad Lovely Ladies has the pickled onion in her mouth after 60 seconds of kissing and cuddling. Compeered Compered by [[HoYay Valerie]] [[Series/BluePeter Singleton]], no less. [[CatchPhrase Outstanding!]]
5th Feb '17 1:45:52 PM AgProv
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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Which of five lingerie-clad Lovely Ladies has the pickled onion in her mouth after 60 seconds of kissing and cuddling. Compeered by [[HoYay Valerie]][[Series/BluePeter Singleton]], no less. [[CatchPhrase Outstanding!]]

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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Which of five lingerie-clad Lovely Ladies has the pickled onion in her mouth after 60 seconds of kissing and cuddling. Compeered by [[HoYay Valerie]][[Series/BluePeter Valerie]] [[Series/BluePeter Singleton]], no less. [[CatchPhrase Outstanding!]]
5th Feb '17 1:45:25 PM AgProv
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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Which of five lingerie-clad Lovely Ladies has the pickled onion in her mouth after 60 seconds of kissing and cuddling. Compeered by [[Series/BluePeter Valerie Singleton]], no less. [[CatchPhrase Outstanding!]]

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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Which of five lingerie-clad Lovely Ladies has the pickled onion in her mouth after 60 seconds of kissing and cuddling. Compeered by [[Series/BluePeter Valerie [[HoYay Valerie]][[Series/BluePeter Singleton]], no less. [[CatchPhrase Outstanding!]]
24th Sep '16 1:38:24 PM nombretomado
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''Banzai'' was a ChannelFour program spoofing Japanese game shows with its unorthodox methods of entertainment, from how long it takes to masturbate a turkey to how many balloons are needed to make a chicken fly. It spoofed Japanese culture in general with its three main presenters:

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''Banzai'' was a ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 program spoofing Japanese game shows with its unorthodox methods of entertainment, from how long it takes to masturbate a turkey to how many balloons are needed to make a chicken fly. It spoofed Japanese culture in general with its three main presenters:



* TypeCasting: WordOfGod- from when one of the show's gods appeared on one of ChannelFour's Top 100 shows- states that the first Mr. Shakehandsman left the show because he didn't want to be typecast as a man that shakes hands. Really.

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* TypeCasting: WordOfGod- from when one of the show's gods appeared on one of ChannelFour's Creator/Channel4's Top 100 shows- states that the first Mr. Shakehandsman left the show because he didn't want to be typecast as a man that shakes hands. Really.
23rd Mar '16 11:01:48 AM nombretomado
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With random silliness, and featuring celebrity cameos during the bets, ''Banzai'' ran for four series from 2001 to 2004. In the United States, it had a brief run on {{FOX}} in 2003 (these were Americanized and removed references to British culture and celebrities) that was canceled due to protest from Asian American groups after six episodes, and was then picked up by ComedyCentral, who ran the rest of the series with no controversy.

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With random silliness, and featuring celebrity cameos during the bets, ''Banzai'' ran for four series from 2001 to 2004. In the United States, it had a brief run on {{FOX}} in 2003 (these were Americanized and removed references to British culture and celebrities) that was canceled due to protest from Asian American groups after six episodes, and was then picked up by ComedyCentral, Creator/ComedyCentral, who ran the rest of the series with no controversy.
18th Mar '16 9:51:36 PM Hossmeister
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29th Feb '16 1:29:27 PM Prfnoff
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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: A lovely cute little chicken attached to balloons and floated into the sky. See Also: EverythingsNuttierWithSquirrels.

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: A lovely cute little chicken attached to balloons and floated into the sky. See Also: EverythingsNuttierWithSquirrels.
29th Feb '16 1:27:03 PM Prfnoff
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* EverythingsNuttierWithSquirrels: Squirrel fishing. Two squirrels, two scientists. Two pieces of string, two nuts as bait. The winner is the scientist whose squirrel jumps up, grabs the nut, and can be pulled up as well.


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* StockAnimalDiet: Squirrel fishing involves two squirrels, two scientists, two pieces of string and two nuts as bait.
30th Sep '15 3:36:00 PM Berrenta
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Sometimes a title is shown before a game, then that title will be hit by a ninja star, with ninja music and stock scream effect, before dying to become the ''real'' title.

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: GratuitousNinja: Sometimes a title is shown before a game, then that title will be hit by a ninja star, with ninja music and stock scream effect, before dying to become the ''real'' title.
20th Jan '15 6:33:57 PM ZanyDragon
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''Banzai'' was a ChannelFour program spoofing Japanese gameshows with its unorthodox methods of entertainment, from how long it takes to masturbate a turkey to how many balloons are needed to make a chicken fly. It spoofed Japanese culture in general with its three main presenters:

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''Banzai'' was a ChannelFour program spoofing Japanese gameshows game shows with its unorthodox methods of entertainment, from how long it takes to masturbate a turkey to how many balloons are needed to make a chicken fly. It spoofed Japanese culture in general with its three main presenters:



With random silliness, and featuring celebrity cameos during the bets, ''Banzai'' ran for four series from 2001 to 2004. In the United States, it had a brief run on {{FOX}} in 2003 (these were Americanised and removed references to British culture and celebrities) that was canceled due to protest from Asian American groups after six episodes, and was then picked up by ComedyCentral, who ran the rest of the series with no controversy.

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With random silliness, and featuring celebrity cameos during the bets, ''Banzai'' ran for four series from 2001 to 2004. In the United States, it had a brief run on {{FOX}} in 2003 (these were Americanised Americanized and removed references to British culture and celebrities) that was canceled due to protest from Asian American groups after six episodes, and was then picked up by ComedyCentral, who ran the rest of the series with no controversy.



** The reason given in the show, though, was that he was being recognised by celebrities who refused to shake his hand and ruined the whole thing, meaning a new person had to be entered.

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** The reason given in the show, though, was that he was being recognised recognized by celebrities who refused to shake his hand and ruined the whole thing, meaning a new person had to be entered.
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