David Mitchell traces the history of British humour, examining both cutting edge comedy innovation in the Music Hall and the early days of the movies.
I know I´ve posted this one several times already, but I still makes me laugh every time:-)
David Mitchell: I’ve put a collar on a dog.
Liza Tarbuck: You’ve put a what?
David Mitchell: A collar on a dog.
Liza Tarbuck: Sure!
David Mitchell: Not a human collar, a dog collar. Not like an ecclesiastical dog collar, an actual dog’s collar. On a dog. And not, not in a sex way. What I have put… What putting on a human would have been a kinky sex thing, on a dog, and on a dog it’s just… what a dog wears. It’s just…
Charlie Brooker: There’s a lot of things you can do to a dog that would be kinky if you did it to a human.
David Mitchell: … Really?
Liza Tarbuck: That’s a bold statement, young man!
Charlie Brooker: Feed it from a bowl. You want me to go on?
David Mitchell: Are you saying that the way…
Charlie Brooker: Deworm it!
David Mitchell: What’s kinky about deworming!?
Charlie Brooker: If I did it to you backstage, people would say we were kinky
Welcome to Hufflepuff. Long live the bumbling badger of mediocrity.
Mitchell (Honky MC) trying to big up rap for the white middle classes, everything is completely pants.
Mitchell’s relaxed DJ voice is just amazing, I don’t even care what he’s saying anymore.
Urgh. Cold Shower. NOW!
David Mitchell and Charlie Brooker on dog collars and kinky sex.
Thought I post this again. Cracks me up everytime. <3
David Mitchell reading from “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”
David Mitchell - Sometimes When We Touch (to the tune of The Lambeth Walk)
Gotta say, hearing David Mitchell singing the words and sometimes when we touch / the honesty’s too much has been the highlight of my day.
Charlie Brooker calls David Mitchell a smarty-pants.
Clip from So Wrong It’s Right episode 1.