Members of the iconic band are filmed lying prone in exotic locations across the globe. Surviving members, of course, the others being already prone.
Oh, and smell my cheese, etc...
Spotify’s strange lurch into creating TV shows grows even stranger. Amongst the highlights of original content is a lurid series on how music stars died. “From the PCP-fueled cannibalism of rapper Big Lurch to the murder-for-hire plot hatched by the singer of metal band As I Lay Dying, we’ll get the full story of how some of …
Cashing in on Peter Kay's Car Share, James Gordon's Carpool Karaoke and Top Gear's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car, I submit "Star Trukkin" (with many thanks to 'The Firm' for the theme.
Celebrity truck driving across random parts of the planet. The Christmas Special is Clarkson, Hammond and May 'Star Trukkin' one of Musks vans up to the ISS..
Thank you, I'll have all the BAFTAS now. :-)
Or Phil Collins' Genesis - Where Phil Collins spends 20 minutes playing a Sega Genesis games, and then reviews them. Instead of a numeric rating system, they could be based on their overall score in comparability to Phil Collins song's. The only draw back here would be all the games would have to be terrible, as there are no good Phil Collins songs'
'Trump on a dump' - Presidential candidate Donald Trump explores regional dumps looking for items to sell to fund his campaign
'The Price is Wright' - Katie Price undergoes radical gender realignment surgery to become reality TV star Mark Wright
'Holmes under the hammer' - TV presenter Eamonn Holmes suffers weekly brutal assaults from ever increasing hammer sizes, starting with a tacking hammer all the way up to a massive automatic jackhammer
'Judge Judy' - Judy Finnegan becomes the source of derision and ridicule every week as a member of the public points out all her flaws and failings
Members of the world's favourite cardboard art rock band have an hour to build a DAB receiver using parts scavenged from the garden shed of a former RadioShack employee.
Will they finish in time to hear a special Camberwick Green meets Tarantino edition of The Archers, or will they be distracted by a celebrity string orchestra preparing for the apocalypse under a bloodstained gazebo?
Introduced by Edward Snowden and Ricky Martin.
It's mentioned that Big Lurch was going to be a subject of the oh-so-wittily titled series “Rhymes & Misdemeanors”.
While looking up his Wikipedia article, I noticed that "Singleton was featured in the film Rhyme and Punishment, a 2011 documentary".
In other words, the hilarious pun has been (near enough) used already and in connection with the same bloody guy!
Ian Roll is a driving instructor, Ian Reversall is a baker. Due to some kind of accident they are forced to swap jobs. With hilarious consequences.
Pie In The Sky
Ian Pie is the landlord of the Sky pub. In an attempt to attract custom each week he buys a different giant pie which goes wrong and ironically scares the public away. With hilarious consequences.
Myy Cup Upstairs
Ian Myy lives in a flat. His upstairs neighbour borrows one of his cups and then doesn't return it. The series details Ian Myy's contrived and failed attempts to get back the cup that is rightfully his.
Babes In The Wood
Two babies live in a piece of wood. Simple but brilliant.
Chalk And Cheese
Ian Chalk and Ian Cheese are two men. They are very different. As different literally as chalk and cheese. Consequently they don't really get on but occasionally they do something which makes them realise they are more similar than they initially thought and then Ian Cheese falls in a stream to break the seriousness of the moment.
Ian and Iain Bent are brothers who are policemen. One is corrupt and the other is homosexual. They both suffer from curvature of the spine, and they're made of copper – they're robots in the future.
Ay On The Ball
Adem Ay, who used to do the video game reviews on Live & Kicking, loses his to legs in an accident. Zoe Ball feels guilty that he was sacked and so offers to carry him around on her back thus he is literally 'eye on the ball'. If Zoe not available then Johnny Ball definitely is.
Fruit And Nut
Ian Fruit, a flamboyant elderly raconteur, shares a flat with Ian Nut, a dangerous schizophrenic who has escaped from Broadmoor Hospital. Ian Fruit can only eat nuts, Ian Nut can only eat fruit, but they are both allergic to fruit and nut chocolate. As Ian Nut is mad he always secretly puts fruit and nut chocolate in everything they eat. With fatal consequences.
Honey I Swallowed Some Seamen
Rick Moranis plays a hapless professor who accidentally turns himself into a killer whale. Each week he attacks a ship and eats some sailors.
Men O Paws
It's about cats who can talk, going through the change of life. Possible Eddie Izzard vehicle.
DING DING DING we have a winner
Ian and Iain Bent are brothers who are policemen. One is corrupt and the other is homosexual. They both suffer from curvature of the spine, and they're made of copper – they're robots in the future."
Following the unexpected success of ‘Celebrity Popstar to Kitchen Fitter’; Tony Hadley Entertainment is proud to present their new reality TV show:
‘I used to be a Celebrity now get me a real job’
Our hand-picked celebrities will each learn a new trade over the course of the next 13 weeks and each Friday night the celebs will pair up in order to demonstrate their new found skills. Viewers will then be able to vote on who stays and who goes.
We’ve even managed to find a pair of Geordie presenters who can almost speak English and have not been seen on TV before. I think it’s fair to say that Pants and Dick are almost as thrilled as their Mams.
In this week’s show:
‘Little’ Jimmy gets his first new hairstyle in over 30 years courtesy of Jodie who has been studying with well-known hair-stylist Nicki Clarke.
Nicki has been cutting the hair of the good people of Wakefield for over 15 years from her salon above the Golden Dynasty take-away in Throgmorton St.
Darius gets a crack wax from student beautician Mylene; if I know Darius he’ll really be looking forward to it.
He’s positively bristling with anticipation.
In our International Bakery challenge Preston gets to sample Paris’s baps.
It’s probably his turn.
This will be a truly life-changing opportunity for one of our Celebs, as, in a first for British Television, the winner will be awarded a prestigious NVQ certificate!
REMoval or REMover, where the eponymous band play their merry tunes to retirement homes' residents, in order to make more space for incoming candidates
1 band point for resident leaving home
2 band points for resident committing suicide/dying during performance
5 res points for resident(s) violently forcing them to leave the premesis (room for single resident)
10 res points for catatonic resident becoming concsious/aware
25 band points for above catatonic resident immediately attempting suicide
25 res points for above catatonic resident attempting to murder band (time limit: 3 weeks)
Music Manager Forum contestants in a game of Musical Chairs. Hijinks ensue when their clients discover the truth. Gentlemen, be seated!
“Copyright did not come down from the mountain as the eleventh item on the tablet. Intellectual property is an incredible conceit, since society and business find it very useful in some ways. It is a way for people to get paid for theirs and others creations. Intellectual property is not something like a chair. If I’m sitting on that chair you can’t sit on that chair. And if these chairs are taken away and sold, we have to buy some more chairs. They are unique, physical objects. And in some sense that’s what the traditional record business was. If I had the record, you didn’t have the record. If a shop had five records and sold them, it didn’t have them anymore. In the digital world that’s not the case. If I have a file and copy it and send it to all of you, I’ve still got mine. If you send the file to another twenty people, we have 400 files flying around.” - Peter Jenner
The 90s proto-nu-metal quartet compete in a series of challenges against machinery. Does bassist Tim Commerford have what it takes to defeat a ZX81 at chess? Can Zack de la Rocha run a cross-country course faster than Honda's ASIMO riding a Segway? Will drummer Brad Wilk be able to launder a load of soiled sleeveless T-shirts by hand faster than a Hotpoint Aquarius?
Hugh Grant travels the country visiting students from underprivileged families, handing out grant money to the most needy.
The Duke on Dukes
David 'The Duke' Dickinson travels the country visiting real life dukes, discussing what it means to be a duke. He also keeps an eye out for any loosely secured bobby-dazzlers he can half-inch to sell on.
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