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Of course it wont be the same without Humph but it is a descendant of 'Does the team think' which was introduced by 'When ignorance is bliss, it's a folly to be wise.' and Clue survived and will again.
Humour like everything else, changes. Exception made for Tarzan's loincloth. ;}
 

Pjonah

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I saw the snippet on tv this morn and was pleased to see Rob Brydon as the "Chair".

I will be listening out for it, whilst Humph clearly made the show in his own image, Barry, Tim and Greame etc played a large part in the shows success.

Should be good nonetheless.
 

Young Col

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You sure you didn't mean to write
"I was disgusted by the diminished fifth. Humph would have had nothing to do with a cheap diminuendo"?

Up to the usual standard I thought - pretty bawdy. Humph would have approved.
 

Pjonah

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What the hell was I talking about, I was under some wierd illusion Rob Brydon was chair full time, they're having four chairs by all accounts.

Stephen Fry was of course coarse in the finest tradition, but I particularly liked the "Van Morrison" joke, one to remember!
 

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Yes, a rotating chair (a term that is itself worthy of a comment on the show!), but having see Rob Brydon on the TV clip I too thought he would be doing the first one.

"Van Morrison" was certainly memorable as was Victoria Wood's definition of "chateleine", but I won't be persuaded to repeat it here!
Colin
 

Pjonah

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Simon
Yes, a rotating chair (a term that is itself worthy of a comment on the show!), but having see Rob Brydon on the TV clip I too thought he would be doing the first one.

"Van Morrison" was certainly memorable as was Victoria Wood's definition of "chateleine", but I won't be persuaded to repeat it here!
Colin
So much amusement in one half hour!
 
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