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Show seven preview

Tris Cotterill | 17:36 UK time, Thursday, 3 December 2009

It's show seven tonight so we got Russell to explain a little of what we can expect this week.

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  • Comment number 1.

    Awesome Norfolk accent there.
    D'you know when the Christmas special is going to be aired?

  • Comment number 2.

    Can't wait for the show!!!
    R to the Ussell, H to the Oward
    yeah Russ can defiantely rap better than me

    Please tell me that's there's going to be a second series??

  • Comment number 3.

    A Crimbo special?! Yuss !!

    Unfortunately I have no crimbo stories worth sending & as a tyke I always had the ability to produce an epic tantrum at the prospect of wearing awful knitted Christmas clothes *evil grin*... which means I get to just watch and enjoy :-) And split my sides at the crimbo misery of others of course =P

    Awesome preview, can't wait for the show!

  • Comment number 4.

    aw russ tonights show was amazing, you certainly know how to make a laugh

    by the way i managed to dis up this story, a man in guam has married a nintendo ds game, have you seen those things their tiny!

  • Comment number 5.

    Loved the show, if only we had shop assistans as sweet as Nigel!
    This (and QI) really is a lovely way to spend a thursday night :)

  • Comment number 6.

    I loved the show last night Russell. I have only recently become a fan of yours.
    I have something that you may be able to put into your Christmas show next week. If you look on the Daily Mail website there is an article about how scientits have made the smallest snowman. I hope it comes in useful to you and the Good News team, if not that's fine. :)

  • Comment number 7.

    WOW! Fantastic show, they just get better and better. I was in stitches at some of the clips. And Russell singing - Awesome!
    Can't wait to see him live in Sheffield!

  • Comment number 8.

    Only me again,
    If you didn't get to look at the "The worlds smallest snowman", if you just type it into google you will see loads of links about it, and you can choose from them. sorry about the confusion.

  • Comment number 9.

    hey russell,
    LOVED the show this week gets better and better after every episode!!!! will definatly miss the show but can't wait for the christmas special!!! but loved the fat man being back i saw it and will definatly look out for him again in the future.
    thanx emz x

  • Comment number 10.

    Wow... Amazing show guyssssss... :)
    You used failblog for loads of stuff this episode, I recognised it!!!

  • Comment number 11.

    What worries me about that man in the background is that in at least one of the clips he has a suitcase. Where did it go?

  • Comment number 12.

    I think that fat guy should be asked onto the show. He could keep walking into shot behind Russell during the filming. Shouldn't be hard to find him - just need to go into London with a TV camera.

  • Comment number 13.

    Lol definatly the fat man might become famouse especaly if he appears on the show,anyway im sure we will be seeing much more of him in the future am really chuffed you put the clip of him on
    emz x

  • Comment number 14.

    It was great fun watching this episode, especially as it were my first. I had been meaning to sit down and watch, so off to the iPlayer I went.
    The joke about Tigger having ME really got me… even more so as I have severe ME. :) I am housebound and often bedbound. It’s all the more funny because in order to lighten things a bit when I don’t feel quite so unwell, I tend to deliberately behave just how Russell did in that sketch! Even family will do pretty much the same, as they mimic my exaggerated bouts of fake tiredness: “Oh, I’m too tired… ner… tired… can’t… merrrr…” It can be a real laugh at times!
    When I really am poorly and cannot move, speak or bear any noise or light and am stuck in bed, things are not so funny, but there’s no point in doubling the misery. I’d rather laugh when I can, and I know many others with this condition do as well. :)
    This illness can be very nasty and is often misunderstood, but that sketch made me and my parents (my carers) laugh, and that’s the main thing, surely? :)
    And yes, it took me all morning to finish watching that episode because… well… to cut a long story short… I was too tired. :D
    Thanks for the laughs, Russell! We’ll continue to watch. More episodes, please! :)

  • Comment number 15.

    I just saw the fat guy on ITV news! It seems he's changed his tactics :D


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