Scallywagga is a brand new, lightning-paced and gleefully immature comedy sketch show on BBC Three.
About the show
A heady mix of the best fresh and familiar funny voices - straight out of the north - have combined to play Scallywagga's host of wrongheaded new characters.
It's streetwise, urban and a little bit schoolyard: meet the likes of hapless teen Adrian, whose parents want him out and will go to ANY length to evict him, and the security guard who rules Outlet Village with an iron fist (well, actually more of a plastic carrot - but if you're a hoodie, be very afraid).
Then there's Scallywagga High, packed full of naughty girls (who have very inventive uses for highlighter pens) boys with endless names for ladies' love bumps, and even a teacher who has an unique lust for chewing gum.
Of course, no sketch show would be complete without a catchphrase, and Scallywagga very much has this covered with "a-chillymondo" and "a-chiggybondo". Try yelling it out loud right now and get some practice in. It really is quite brilliant and not at all annoying.
Be on TV with BBC Three!
Are you something of a scallywagga yourself? Visit the BBC Three website to submit your Scallywagga-inspired videos and they might get shown on the telly - watch the sketches below to get started.
Follow the link to Be on TV to submit your video. Your clip shouldn't be longer than 45 seconds, or we won't be able to put it on the telly.
Scallywagga on your mobile
Scallywagga's all up in your mobile. Text Scallywagga to 81010 to receive a link to the site to download and watch clips on the move, or find out how to submit your Be on TV videos straight from your phone! Alternatively, just point your mobile browser at bbc.co.uk/mobile/tv/scally/
Texts cost 10-15p (networks vary). Follow the link below for more cost information.
You can also watch and download the clips in mobile-compatible 3gp format from our 'Mobile Takeaway' over on the right of this page. That means you can download them from here and then copy them to your phone using your preferred computer-phone connection method.
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