History Series / HarryHillsTVBurp

12th Jun '17 9:37:51 PM nombretomado
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** One could potentially extend that to include Peter the Knitted Duck from the series 9 in-programme "show" "The K Factor" (an AffectionateParody of TheXFactor featuring knitted things). Peter's even [[http://www.facebook.com/posted.php?id=296427219705&start=10&hash=bbe3c8eaed3cb9b9d5ead8c7c0861b2b#!/group.php?gid=296427219705&ref=ts got his own FB fan group]]!

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** One could potentially extend that to include Peter the Knitted Duck from the series 9 in-programme "show" "The K Factor" (an AffectionateParody of TheXFactor ''Series/TheXFactor'' featuring knitted things). Peter's even [[http://www.facebook.com/posted.php?id=296427219705&start=10&hash=bbe3c8eaed3cb9b9d5ead8c7c0861b2b#!/group.php?gid=296427219705&ref=ts got his own FB fan group]]!



* TheOtherDarrin: Lampshaded in two episodes where the character of [[TheXFactor Wagbo]] is portrayed by a different actor. He then returns. And forms a tag-team with the Other Wagbo.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Lampshaded in two episodes where the character of [[TheXFactor [[Series/TheXFactor Wagbo]] is portrayed by a different actor. He then returns. And forms a tag-team with the Other Wagbo.
25th May '17 12:19:37 PM Kitchen90
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-->'''Harry Hill''': Hi Simon. ''[shouting]'' Just stop eating biscuits! Just stop eating them! Just stop eating biccy-wic, biccy-wic, bic-wic-wiccy-wic, Kitkat, Kitkat, Toffee Crisp, Toffee Crisp, Toffee Toffee Toffee Toffee...

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-->'''Harry Hill''': Hi Hi, Simon. ''[shouting]'' Just stop eating biscuits! Just stop eating them! Just stop eating biccy-wic, biccy-wic, bic-wic-wiccy-wic, Kitkat, Kitkat, Toffee Crisp, Toffee Crisp, Toffee Toffee Toffee Toffee...



* ForeignRemake - An Australian version, hosted by Ed Kavalee broadcast in 2009.

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* ForeignRemake - ForeignRemake: An Australian version, hosted by Ed Kavalee broadcast in 2009.2009.
* GenreThrowback: The humour on the show. Ventriloquism and puppetry, slapstick worthy of ''Theatre/PunchAndJudy'', and shout outs to classic programming from 20th-century television with TV characters from popular shows and former British TV stars from the 1960s, '70s and '80s. Adds with ParentalBonus.
20th May '17 12:21:46 PM needsanewhobby
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* RubeGoldbergDevice: A clip shows a detective, looking through a recently killed man's computer, and concluding "[[CaptainObvious He must have sent this before he died.]]" Cut to Harry Hill drinking a deadly poison, falling on a lever, and setting off a chain of events which ends with the e-mail being sent.
27th Apr '17 12:35:20 PM Kitchen90
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''[[ItsTheOnlyWay There's only one way to find out]] - [[LetsYouAndHimFight FIIIGHT!]]''

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''[[ItsTheOnlyWay ->''[[ItsTheOnlyWay There's only one way to find out]] - [[LetsYouAndHimFight FIIIGHT!]]''



* OverlyLongGag: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTHw0lM7O0Q Ear cataracts?]], as mentioned above and many others like watching an old extra walk across a room.

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* OverlyLongGag: OverlyLongGag:
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTHw0lM7O0Q Ear cataracts?]], as mentioned above and many others like watching an old extra walk across a room.



''Cataracts?''

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''Cataracts?''->''Cataracts?''
15th Apr '17 6:37:02 PM nombretomado
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The United Kingdom's answer to ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' and/or TheSoup. The series ran from 2001 to 2012. Comedian Harry Hill went through television programmes that had been shown that week, often {{Soap Opera}}s or one-shot documentaries, and lampoons them - for weak acting, bad writing, or general [=WTF=]-factor. It's a highly AffectionateParody, though, with lots of silly facial expressions, cuddly Radio 4 innuendo and episode-long {{Running Gag}}s. OnceAnEpisode, two characters, concepts or something which Hill finds particularly notable would have a slapstick fight on stage.

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The United Kingdom's answer to ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' and/or TheSoup.''Series/TheSoup''. The series ran from 2001 to 2012. Comedian Harry Hill went through television programmes that had been shown that week, often {{Soap Opera}}s or one-shot documentaries, and lampoons them - for weak acting, bad writing, or general [=WTF=]-factor. It's a highly AffectionateParody, though, with lots of silly facial expressions, cuddly Radio 4 innuendo and episode-long {{Running Gag}}s. OnceAnEpisode, two characters, concepts or something which Hill finds particularly notable would have a slapstick fight on stage.
27th Jan '17 12:28:26 PM Kitchen90
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Frequently pointed out.
* AdamWesting

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* AccidentalInnuendo: [[invoked]] Frequently pointed out.
* AdamWestingActorAllusion: [[invoked]] Harry enjoys doing this to recognisable actors in different media. Notable examples are constantly referring to Creator/PatrickStewart as [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jean-Luc Pickard]], and calling [[Series/EastEnders Nana Moon's]] boyfriend "the bloke off ''Series/{{Lovejoy}}''".
* AdamWesting: If a celebrity is mentioned in a review, they may often appear in the studio to either defend themselves over Harry's criticism or further the joke.
17th Dec '16 5:43:12 AM Maxiboy136
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Frequently pointed out.
24th Sep '16 1:46:32 PM nombretomado
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* MythologyGag: A Fight between a fake coyote and a fake badger from a wildlife programme elicits a "Come on, Mr Badger- for the parade is in but half an hour!", a CallBack to his old ChannelFour show.

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* MythologyGag: A Fight between a fake coyote and a fake badger from a wildlife programme elicits a "Come on, Mr Badger- for the parade is in but half an hour!", a CallBack to his old ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 show.
2nd Apr '16 11:10:46 AM nombretomado
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* GrandFinale: The show more or less wrapped up in the last three minutes when Cheryl Ferguson confronted Harry over the portrayal of her EastEnders character, Heather, on the show. Cue a cover of "Someone Like You" by Harry, Cheryl, Heather, Kitted Character, Wagbo and Amanda Lamb. It seems almost like any other ending, however, the credits played a [[SolemnEndingTheme solemn piano version]] [[TearJerker of the theme]] followed by a [[TheStinger stinger of "It's Over" using a clip of Phil Mitchell in a recent EastEnders episode]].

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* GrandFinale: The show more or less wrapped up in the last three minutes when Cheryl Ferguson confronted Harry over the portrayal of her EastEnders ''Series/EastEnders'' character, Heather, on the show. Cue a cover of "Someone Like You" by Harry, Cheryl, Heather, Kitted Character, Wagbo and Amanda Lamb. It seems almost like any other ending, however, the credits played a [[SolemnEndingTheme solemn piano version]] [[TearJerker of the theme]] followed by a [[TheStinger stinger of "It's Over" using a clip of Phil Mitchell in a recent EastEnders episode]].Mitchell]].
11th Feb '16 2:09:59 PM Kitchen90
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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: The Many Faces of Jimmy King's Face

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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: The Many "Many Faces of Jimmy King's FaceFace" segment.



** ''Series/EastEnders'' also referenced the 'FIIIIIIGHT' catchphrase at one point.

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** ''Series/EastEnders'' A couple of shows, most notably ''Series/EastEnders',' also referenced the 'FIIIIIIGHT' "FIIIIIIGHT" catchphrase at one point.
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