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--->Today, Funny Horsie will- '''''[[BigYes YEEEEAAAAASSSSS]]!!!!'''''


Funny Horsie, as directed by the wonderful mind of Creator/{{Chriddof}}, is one of Britain's most well-loved, yet obscure children's programmes. The programme takes a rather surreal, and downright bizarre approach to being informational, so much so that every company who produced an episode ended up declining to produce another.

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Funny Horsie, ''Funny Horsie'', as directed by the wonderful mind of Creator/{{Chriddof}}, is one of Britain's most well-loved, yet obscure children's programmes. The programme takes a rather surreal, and downright bizarre approach to being informational, so much so that every company who produced an episode ended up declining to produce another.


* StationIdent[=/=]LogoJoke: The production company is different every time; including such ones as Television Southeasternwesternern, Rape Productions (Not to be confused with Rape Vision, a charitable organization), Mrs. Thatcher Productions, Clowns TV Ltd., Bumarse, Television Television Television Television Television Vision, and Courtney Love Productions ("I MADE THIS.")

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* StationIdent[=/=]LogoJoke: The production company is different every time; including such ones as Television Southeasternwesternern, Rape Productions (Not to be confused with Rape Vision, a charitable organization), Mrs. Thatcher Productions, Clowns TV Ltd., Bumarse, Bumarse (a parody of Thames), Television Television Television Television Television Vision, Vision (a parody of Tyne Tees), and Courtney Love Productions ("I MADE THIS.")


* GuestHost: After an episode which [[RealLifeWritesThePlot causes the ITV network to go on strike]], episode 6 replaces Funny Horsie with Funny Donkey, who demonstrates {{spontaneous combustion}}.

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* GuestHost: After an episode which [[RealLifeWritesThePlot causes the ITV network to go on strike]], episode 6 replaces Funny Horsie with [[ReplacementScrappy Funny Donkey, Donkey]], who demonstrates {{spontaneous combustion}}.



** After Funny Horsie is suspended for causing the network to go on strike, he is briefly replaced by [[ReplacementScrappy Funny Donkey]]. He promptly [[StuffBlowingUp demonstrates spontaneous combustion]].


* CreditsGag: ''Every'' episode does this, but its often nonsense vaguely related to the content of the episode. And [[RunningGag Ken Morse with the Rostrum Camera.]]

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* CreditsGag: ''Every'' episode does this, but its often nonsense vaguely related to the content of the episode. And [[RunningGag Ken Morse with the Rostrum Camera.]]]] (Except on Episode 6, where he's replaced by Ben Dorse because Ken is still on strike)


* PrecisionFStrike: Episode 4:

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* PrecisionFStrike: Episode 4:5:


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** After Funny Horsie is suspended for causing the network to go on strike, he is briefly replaced by [[ReplacementScrappy Funny Donkey]]. He promptly [[StuffBlowingUp demonstrates spontaneous combustion]].


* ShoutOut: Episode 5 and 6 makes reference to the infamous ITV technicians' strike of 1979.

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* PrecisionFStrike: Episode 4:
-->'''Narrator''': Today, Funny Horsie offers his opinion on the state of modern television.
-->'''Funny Horsie''': ..({{Beat}}) Fucking unions. ''[cut to a test card]''
* ShoutOut: Episode 5 and 6 makes make reference to the infamous ITV technicians' strike of 1979.1979, caused apparently by said precision F-strike.


* GuestHost: After an episode which causes the ITV network to go on strike, episode 6 replaces Funny Horsie with Funny Donkey.
** ...who conveniently demonstrates {{spontaneous combustion}}!

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* GuestHost: After an episode which [[RealLifeWritesThePlot causes the ITV network to go on strike, strike]], episode 6 replaces Funny Horsie with Funny Donkey.
** ...
Donkey, who conveniently demonstrates {{spontaneous combustion}}!combustion}}.


--> '''ROSTRUM CAMERA'''
--> KEN MORSE

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--> '''ROSTRUM CAMERA'''
'''[[RunningGag ROSTRUM CAMERA]]'''
--> [[RunningGag KEN MORSEMORSE]]


** ...who conveniently demonstrates [[StuffBlowingUp spontaneous combustion]]!

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** ...who conveniently demonstrates [[StuffBlowingUp spontaneous combustion]]!{{spontaneous combustion}}!


Funny Horsie, as directed by the wonderful mind of [[{{Chriddof}} Chriddof]], is one of Britain's most well-loved, yet obscure children's programmes. The programme takes a rather surreal, and downright bizarre approach to being informational, so much so that every company who produced an episode ended up declining to produce another.

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Funny Horsie, as directed by the wonderful mind of [[{{Chriddof}} Chriddof]], Creator/{{Chriddof}}, is one of Britain's most well-loved, yet obscure children's programmes. The programme takes a rather surreal, and downright bizarre approach to being informational, so much so that every company who produced an episode ended up declining to produce another.


* CreditsGag: ''Every'' episode does this, sometimes its vaguely related to the content of the episode, but most of the time its utter nonsense.

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* CreditsGag: ''Every'' episode does this, sometimes but its often nonsense vaguely related to the content of the episode, but most of episode. And [[RunningGag Ken Morse with the time its utter nonsense.Rostrum Camera.]]


** ...who conveniently demonstrates [[StuffBlowingUp spontaneous combustion]]!



* StuffBlowingUp: Episode 6
--> '''Narrator''': Today, Funny Donkey will teach us about spontaneous combustion.
--> '''Donkey''': *ASPLODE*


* SpotlightStealingSquad: Socky the Sock Puppet wants to teach viewers about sharing and caring, sharing the stage with Funny Horsie. Yet, the ''narrator'' is constantly interrupting him.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: Socky the Sock Puppet wants to teach viewers kids about sharing and caring, sharing the stage with Funny Horsie. caring. Yet, the ''narrator'' is constantly interrupting him.interrupts him with a reminder that it is in fact, "EPISODE THREE."

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