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The Day Today - £7.62 delivered + quidco

JammyB Avatar
9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago
To get this deal you will need to enter the 10% discount code: TOPPEOPLE (thanks Lewman). That brings it down to £7.62 delivered, or £7.08 after quidco. (Next cheapest is £9.91 so says Find-DVD).

This DVD contains Series 1 & 2 and lots of little extras, here's a bit from Amazon for anyone who doesn't know what this is:

"Fact me till I fart, it's The Day Today, the most outrageously satirical show ever to feature a man called Chris Morris--until Brass Eye, that is. Both savage and surreal, The Day Today heaps great steaming mounds of abuse and scorn upon our self-appointed moral guardians, upon pompous pundits, puerile newspaper headline-writers and vacuous, self-important TV presenters. And they all richly deserve it."

"First broadcast in 1994, the show's format is Newsnight-meets-Crimewatch in Hell. A ridiculously protracted title sequence and melodramatic headline announcements introduce Morris' demented, Jeremy Paxman-a-like anchorman, who simpers to the viewers while castigating on-air his useless reporter Peter O'Hanraha'hanrahan. The vacant Collatallie Sisters turns financial news into a Dadaist nightmare of meaningless statistics, graphically illustrated by the currency cat or the finance arse; while American journo Barbara Wintergreen's reports from Death Row are just scary and absurd enough to be completely believable. Also making his TV debut here is Steve Coogan's legendary sports caster Alan Partridge, with his appalling sports reporting, his cringe-inducing misunderstandings and his sheer blunt-headed stupidity (many of the same team, sans Morris, would reunite the following year for Knowing Me, Knowing You). Sketches such as the spoof soap "The Bureau" and the spoof docu-soap "The Pool" also betray the writing skills of Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews, creators of Father Ted."
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#1
This is a good satirical funny show. My most memorable article was the "bomb dogs"...
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"I'm trying to run a high class bureau de change here, not some two-bit knocking shop"

Comedy fans who have never seen this show should buy it, you will be in for an absolute treat!

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