Monday, December 17, 2007

Behold! The Boosh!

Just for starters, it's the only one you seem to be able to embed............

Am I alone in feeling like the only person in the world that watches this show? Being stuck out in the limbo of BBC 3 doesn't help I suppose. To think the truly fetid 'My Family' gets continuous prime time, year in, year out..............and quite what the BBC were thinking of when they decided that John Sullivans 'Boycie' spin off was worth another series I'll never know..........

Anyway, Thursdays, BBC 3, 10.30pm.................

The Camden Leisure Pirate

9 comments:

Cocktails said...

I really should watch this, I really should. Am currently watching Nathan Barley (also featuring Neil Fielding and Julian Barratt). It's alright, but I suspect that the Boosh is better... Although I have been put off by the news that Razorlight are doing a 'guest appearance'. Great.

Cocktails said...

That's Noel Fielding, not Neil Fielding. Neil isn't very rock and roll is it?

iLL Man said...

I liked Nathan Barley a lot. being a huge fan of Chris Morris, Charlie Brooker and The Boosh meant it was a 'no-brainer' for me. 'Cunt' from TV Go Home is one of my favourite things ever. It's a very different kettle of fish to The Boosh though.

I can't imagine him as 'Neil Fielding'.............

Cocktails said...

I love TV Go Home.
I love Charlie Brooker.
Must watch The Boosh.

iLL Man said...

Double click on the Youtube to see more clips from the show.

NMJ said...

Hey Ill Man, I love them, but have only recently had access to BBC3 so haven't seen any of the new series yet. I saw a clip of the Crack Fox - they make me weep with they are so good.

iLL Man said...

The new series is the best yet. Should be out soon on DVD.

Rob said...

Love The Mighty Boosh. Only found it recently, and I tore through the three seasons and the live DVD.

I felt the new season was weaker than the last two, but I still really enjoyed it.

iLL Man said...

Not having digital TV in my house, I've had to make do with seeing series three in bits and pieces. I still think it's the one I've got the most gut laughs out of. It's certainly less sophisticated than series 1, though I'm not sure what that says about me..........