History Series / TheMightyBoosh

8th Jan '16 10:32:57 AM Lopiny
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* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers: Tommy Nooka, the cheese priest
9th Dec '15 9:46:54 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* CardCarryingVillain: The Hitcher ** The Crack Fox pretty much had no reason for wanting to become all-powerful. (Do you need a reason for that?) *** Deleted scenes give him a motivation, effectively making him a DarkMessiah for urban animals trying to KillAllHumans.
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* CardCarryingVillain: CardCarryingVillain: ** The Hitcher ** The Crack Fox pretty much had no reason for wanting to become all-powerful. (Do you need a reason for that?) *** Fox. Deleted scenes give him a motivation, effectively making make him a DarkMessiah for urban animals trying to KillAllHumans.

** Might need a page of its own.
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** Might need a page of its own."Don't kill me! I have so much to give!"

* ContinuityNod: Inverted, in numerous moments in all three series, reference is made to the age difference between Howard and Vince; sometimes they are the same age, sometimes they are up to 10 years apart. These moments are invariably followed with a musical cue and pointed looks into the camera.
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* ContinuityNod: ContinuityNod: ** Inverted, in numerous moments in all three series, reference is made to the age difference between Howard and Vince; sometimes they are the same age, sometimes they are up to 10 years apart. These moments are invariably followed with a musical cue and pointed looks into the camera.

* CrowdSong: Everybody join in! "Bouncy bouncy/Oh such a good time/Bouncy bouncy/Shoes all in a line..."
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* CrowdSong: CrowdSong: ** Everybody join in! "Bouncy bouncy/Oh such a good time/Bouncy bouncy/Shoes all in a line..."

* DeathIsCheap: The episode "Bollo" is almost entirely based around the death of the titular gorilla. He becomes a major character in Series 2, and even makes a brief cameo later on in series 1, wherein the fact that he died a few episodes ago is not mentioned. ** Not exactly. The entire premise of "Bollo" is that [[spoiler: after the gorilla-suited Howard is mistakenly picked up in his place by a cockney Grim Reaper, the real Bollo feels better, so he never actually dies.]] *** [[spoiler: The episode ends with a shot of Bollo's heart giving out as Phil the reaper watches, so it's pretty safe to say he actually died.]]
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* DeathIsCheap: DeathIsCheap: ** The episode "Bollo" is almost entirely based around the death of the titular gorilla. He becomes a major character in Series 2, and even makes a brief cameo later on in series 1, wherein the fact that he died a few episodes ago is not mentioned. \n** Not exactly. The entire premise of "Bollo" is that [[spoiler: after the gorilla-suited Howard is mistakenly picked up in his place by a cockney Grim Reaper, the real Bollo feels better, so he never actually dies.]]\n*** [[spoiler: The episode ends with a shot of Bollo's heart giving out as Phil the reaper watches, so it's pretty safe to say he actually died.]]

*** Though we never really get confirmation Tony and Saboo die; Saboo just fell over, and we never saw Tony hit the ground. Being powerful shaman it's entirely possible they can survive what would kill most humans.

* DoubleEntendre: "Howard Moon, colon, explorer" ** "Howard Moon, colon explorer?"
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* DoubleEntendre: "Howard Moon, colon, explorer" ** explorer." "Howard Moon, colon explorer?"

* EvilTwin: Played with - the 'Flighty Zeus', consisting of Lance Dior and Harold Boon, who copy Vince and Howard and essentially try to steal their lives. ** They also have evil copies of Naboo and Bollo to round out their troupe. * FakeBand: The Black Tubes, Kraftwork Orange, Orange Work-Kraft. ** Also Pete Neon, half-flamingo, half-pop star. *** And The Ladder Coins from the radio series. *** And Terminal Margaret. *** Rudi & Spider from "The Priest and the Beast". ** Though many of the fake bands are composed of members of real bands. *** In particular, the Horrors as the Black Tubes.
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* EvilTwin: Played with - the 'Flighty Zeus', consisting of Lance Dior and Harold Boon, who copy Vince and Howard and essentially try to steal their lives. ** lives. They also have evil copies of Naboo and Bollo to round out their troupe. * FakeBand: The Black Tubes, Kraftwork Orange, Orange Work-Kraft. ** Also Work-Kraft, Pete Neon, half-flamingo, Neon (half-flamingo, half-pop star. *** And The Ladder Coins from the radio series. *** And star), Terminal Margaret. *** Margaret, Rudi & Spider from "The Priest and the Beast". ** Though many of the fake bands are composed of members of real bands. *** In particular, the Horrors as the Spider, Black Tubes.Tubes (played by real band Horrors). The radio show also includes the Ladder Coins.

* FountainOfYouth ** It's all Ikea now, boy! * FriendToAllLivingThings: Vince can communicate with animals. ** He [[MundaneUtility mainly uses it]] to chat to them about Gary Numan. *** See, he's a pop star, but he also has a pilot's license. Isn't that crazy?!
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* FountainOfYouth ** FountainOfYouth: It's all Ikea now, boy! * FriendToAllLivingThings: Vince can communicate with animals. ** animals. He [[MundaneUtility mainly uses it]] to chat to them about Gary Numan. *** See, he's a pop star, but he also has a pilot's license. Isn't that crazy?!Numan.

* TheGhost: Vince's friend Leroy. ** He's appeared onscreen a grand total of ''one time'', and even then he was wearing KISS makeup and a wig so we're not entirely sure what he looks like.
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* TheGhost: Vince's friend Leroy. ** Leroy. He's appeared onscreen a grand total of ''one time'', and even then he was wearing KISS makeup and a wig so we're not entirely sure what he looks like.

* GroinAttack: [[spoiler: How you gets to kill a 'roo]]. ** Let's not forget the Cockney Cockpuncher. *** "Oof, m'nuts!" *** Also, Dixon Bainbridge's habit of kicking Bob Fossil in the crotch.
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* GroinAttack: GroinAttack: ** [[spoiler: How you gets to kill a 'roo]]. ** Let's not forget the The Cockney Cockpuncher. *** "Oof, m'nuts!" *** Also, ** Dixon Bainbridge's habit of kicking Bob Fossil in the crotch.

** [[spoiler: [[FaceHeelTurn He switched right back in the Live Show.]]]] *** Though it's hard to say when that takes place. *** It's hard to say ''if'' it took place. We're dealing with outright insanity, here. No guarantee of anything.

* {{Hermaphrodite}}: Old Gregg. He's got a manginaaaa! ** Howard as well apparently. According to Old Gregg he has a "Shenis". And they're going to make sweet, sweet love.
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* {{Hermaphrodite}}: Old Gregg. He's got a manginaaaa! ** manginaaaa! Howard as well apparently. According to Old Gregg he has a "Shenis". And they're going to make sweet, sweet love.
13th Jul '15 12:41:29 AM DoctorSleep
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** From their ''Future Sailors'' tour: --> What in the name of [[Film/MontyPythonsLifeofBrian Brian Christ]] was that about?
8th Jun '15 6:55:25 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* DudeLooksLikeALady: Vince
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* DudeLooksLikeALady: VinceVince is frequently mistaken for a woman, though how attractive people find him varies. At one point he's called Howard's ugly wife, while in another Vince calls himself "the great confuser" who attracts men of every sexuality.
22nd May '15 6:23:05 PM WillBGood
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* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: "Lester, will you put that trombone down?" ** Happened at least one on the radio show. In "Jungle", the swelling music behind Howard's dramatic scene cuts out when he stops the cassette tape he was playing it on. May have also happened twice with the mood music in "Mutants."

* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: "Lester, will you put that trombone down?" ** Happened at least one on the radio show. In "Jungle", the swelling music behind Howard's dramatic scene cuts out when he stops the cassette tape he was playing it on. May have also happened twice with the mood music in "Mutants."SmallNameBigEgo: Howard.fw

* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: "Lester, will you put that trombone down?" ** Happened at least one on the radio show. In "Jungle", the swelling music behind Howard's dramatic scene cuts out when he stops the cassette tape he was playing it on. May have also happened twice with the mood music in "Mutants."

* TedBaxter: Howard.fw
15th May '15 6:15:13 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: In the episode "Party", one of the guests on the dance floor looks suspiciously like Faust from GuiltyGear.
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* ShoutOut: In the episode "Party", one of the guests on the dance floor looks suspiciously like Faust from GuiltyGear.''VideoGame/GuiltyGear''.
4th May '15 2:10:52 PM Rockatt
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* ActingUnnatural: Done with Howard pretending to talk about jazz and Vince [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment pretending to pretend to listen]]. While they're both decked out in goth attire. It doesn't work.
26th Feb '15 7:20:25 PM jormis29
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If you've ever wondered what would happen if the characters of Bob Fossil and Dixon Bainbridge got their own show, see ''SnuffBox''.
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If you've ever wondered what would happen if the characters of Bob Fossil and Dixon Bainbridge got their own show, see ''SnuffBox''. ''Series/SnuffBox''.
10th Jan '15 10:28:11 PM 102372
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->''Come with us now on a journey through time and space... to the world of the Mighty Boosh.'' The Mighty Boosh is a rather unusual British comedy series about two friends, Howard Moon (Julian Barratt) and Vince Noir (Creator/NoelFielding), who have bizarre adventures together. Howard is a humorless braggart with a love for jazz and a penchant for getting into trouble, and Vince -- the "King of the Mods", the "Mayor of Camden", and the face of Cheekbone magazine -- ends up saving Howard OnceAnEpisode, which tends to involve him talking to animals and wearing silly outfits. They eventually have to fight a MonsterOfTheWeek (usually in song) while meeting a range of strange characters, many of whom are also played by Barratt and Fielding.
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->''Come with us now on a journey through time and space... to the world of the Mighty Boosh.'' The Mighty Boosh is a rather unusual British comedy series about two friends, Howard Moon (Julian Barratt) and Vince Noir (Creator/NoelFielding), who have bizarre adventures together. Howard is a humorless braggart with a love for jazz and a penchant for getting into trouble, and Vince -- the Vince--the "King of the Mods", the "Mayor of Camden", and the face of Cheekbone magazine -- ends ''Cheekbone'' magazine--ends up saving Howard OnceAnEpisode, which tends to involve him talking to animals and wearing silly outfits. They eventually have to fight a MonsterOfTheWeek (usually in song) while meeting a range of strange characters, many of whom are also played by Barratt and Fielding.

The Mighty Boosh was originally a stage act then a radio series, before it became a TV show. It then returned to the stage between series two and three, and another live tour took place between 2008 and 2009. The whole crew reunited in 2013 for several music-centric stage shows in the UK and one at Festival Supreme on Santa Monica Pier.
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The ''The Mighty Boosh Boosh'' was originally a stage act act, then a radio series, before it became a TV show. It then returned to the stage between series two and three, and another live tour took place between 2008 and 2009. The whole crew reunited in 2013 for several music-centric stage shows in the UK and one at Festival Supreme on Santa Monica Pier.

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26th Dec '14 12:29:17 PM supergod
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* TheGadfly: Naboo does this at a party after a bottle (used to play SpinTheBottle) breaks. He claims that it wasn't and ordinary bottle and that they released a demon that's hiding inside one of them, causing everyone to worry. He then clarifies that it will only possess the body of a virgin. This causes Howard to scream in terror. Naboo then says that he was only joking, causing an embarrassing moment for Howard.
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* TheGadfly: Naboo does acts like this at a party after a bottle (used to play SpinTheBottle) breaks. He claims that it wasn't and ordinary bottle and that they released a demon that's hiding inside one of them, causing everyone to worry. He then clarifies that it will only possess the body of a virgin. This causes Howard to scream in terror. Naboo then says that he was only joking, causing an embarrassing moment for Howard.
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