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Soupy Dan
post Jul 22 2006, 07:32 PM
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I just watched ITV's new programme 'Prehistoric Park'. Lordy, that was poor like gypsies. This isn't just a rant, though.

As I was watching, I noticed that the blokey who ran this dinosaur thingy was called Bob. This got me thinking as to how the programme could be better...

Dixon Bainbridge wants more people to come to the Zooniverse, so he puts Bob Fossil in charge of a project in which he must bring dinosaurs and that forward in time. Of course, Bobby bob bob would pick our two favourite zoo keepers for the job.

Yes, it would be educational. Yes, it would be for ITV. But haven't you always wanted to see Bob Fossil riding a dinosaur? Howard Moon track prehistoric moss? Vince Noir colour-coordinate the velociraptors? The moon could even give us pleasant little facts every now and then. Come on, you know it makes sense!

Much as a Spaced version would be fun, I'm afraid I've got to say that Boosh + Dinosaurs is a funnier situation. Although, time travelling Mike...

EDIT: surely I've made more than 8 posts by now?!?

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post Jul 23 2006, 11:33 AM
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QUOTE (Soupy Dan @ Jul 22 2006, 07:32 PM)
EDIT: surely I've made more than 8 posts by now?!?

You have. But posts made in "Silly" are not included in post counts.
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Soupy Dan
post Jul 23 2006, 03:14 PM
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Arse cracker.

Ah well, cheers anyway. People, close this if you want, I have nothing left to say.
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post Jul 23 2006, 04:46 PM
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I watched that too, it was rubbish, dont think i'll be watching it again...
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