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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby ItsAllRyche » Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:34 am

Love the "Howard in Jazzercise" on your post!!
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Peaches » Wed Sep 30, 2009 5:10 am

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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Panda..ness » Tue Oct 06, 2009 1:57 am

as i mentioned in the holiday thread, i spent last night in a pub with oly ralfe (he made the boosh doc which we watched, & hes been in boosh a couple of times) rich fulcher & noel fielding :) it was so lovely, oly had invited us after the film & we all chatted for ages, & noel bought us drinks & rich gave us crisps from his packet haha!
such a good birthday pressy xD
& tomorrow i shall hopefully be going to see rich again cos hes doing this flashmob thing where we stick 2 fingers up at bigben to promote his new book.
i keep watching this vid about it, its so funny.


o & im in the boosh doc about 5 times :D the cut down version shall be on the new dvd in nov, but olys gonna try bring it out on its own, its SO GOOD.

edit: i tried editing this pic to make me look better but i cant..i was talking & my mate didnt give me any warning so..
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Peaches » Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:49 am

Why did you not tell me this earlier!? Was Noel relatively normal? :lol:
"Item 4 on the agenda: Stuff you!"

"Who else? Mur.. Ray... Oh. Greg's written this, he's put the R's too far apart. It's Murray.. Murray present"


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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Panda..ness » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:26 am

hahahah yeah he was. & unbelieveably rich wasnt too mad, although he did say he was going to a interview at midnight about sport & carol told him to just say 'tennis' so the conversation just turned to him saying random sports...
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby ItsAllRyche » Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:50 pm

Oh you lucky lucky girl. :clap:

Your pic is perfect. Really, not posed at all, and it all kinda matches his expression! Good on 'ya!! :supz:
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby CailenBraern » Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:02 am

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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby vmh » Wed Oct 07, 2009 2:15 pm

I want a coat like Noel's. That's one good looking coat.
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Panda..ness » Fri Oct 30, 2009 3:37 am

thought id put here, clip from the new dvd coming out in nov!


im so glad i can finally see a vid of it, cos when i went to see the show i never seemed to film this bit..maybe cos it was right at the beginning & i was dancing..i dunno hah!
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby jillbean » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:59 am

I have a confession. A friend gave us the first season for Christmas; we have watched a couple of episodes and...um, I don't think I am smart enough to appreciate British humor. My husband is chuckling and laughing out loud and I am just the slow kid not quite getting it; it's just like when he puts on Monty Python stuff!

However, I promise to keep at it!
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby biscuit » Mon Dec 28, 2009 11:19 am

It took a couple of episodes to win me over as well, Jill, so keep at it (if you don't truly hate it). I have to admit I was a bit puzzled when I first watched it, but once I sort of got in the mindset I began to really enjoy it. I abolutely love it now! :D

My husband hates it though :lol: I thought I could get him into it, but no such luck. He laughed once and spent the rest of the time looking like this -----> :roll:
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Panda..ness » Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:01 pm

some people hate it, some people love it. i think its cos they have this world in the show, & if people dont get that its very confusing to have a talking gorilla & stuff hahah!
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Venus » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:47 pm

I got the Season 1-3 Special Edition Boxset for Christmas! I've always been meaning to watch the show in its entirety since I've seen a few clips and Noel Fielding is great. I've watched a few episodes so far and it's been enjoyable to watch!

mohumbhai mania wrote:...I usually find their stuff more whimsical than outright funny. But darn it, they are so likeable, and their imaginations are so fertile.


That's exactly what I think about the show so far. It certainly is unique with many weirdly entertaining concepts. I don't necessarily consider it as massively 'laugh out loud funny' kind of stuff but I've certainly been entertained so far and I can't wait to watch more episodes! :lol:
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby biscuit » Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:46 pm

Ditto the above post :nod:

In addition I have to say I really appreciate the universe Fielding and Barratt create together a lot more than the individual stand-up routines I have seen on YT.

I don't dislike Noel's stand-up, though it is rather 'different' from everything else I've seen. Most comedians will talk about things everyone can recognise from their own lives, while Noel just tells fairly odd, yet highly entertaining stories with no basis in anything remotely normal. :D

From what I've seen of Julian I suspect I would have to be severely drunk to laugh out loud at it. :worry:

I haven't seen many routines, just a few old ones, so I may be wrong...

Together they are bloody brilliant though :D
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Re: The Mighty Boosh

Postby Venus » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:48 pm

I haven't seen either of their stand up shows yet, I'll look into it. I'm only a fan of Noel from what I've seen of him on other TV shows (mostly panel shows) and he comes across as a really likeable, quirky guy. I was just watching Big Fat Quiz of the Year '06 yesterday and him and Russell Brand were great as the 'goth detectives'. :lol:
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