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I've waited so long for these to turn up on DVD, now finally we have a release date and it is 03/04/06. Why the massive delay?

I think I may have to book a day off for this. I hope they put the stuff that was cut from 'The Smell Of...' VHS releases back in.

Actually I should have done a search to see if this has been mentioned here already.

Anyway, whilst we all wait patiently, what's your favourite Reeves and Mortimer moment?

I reckon their Master Chef sketch will take some beating, how about you?

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I've waited so long for these to turn up on DVD, now finally we have a release date and it is 03/04/06. Why the massive delay?

I think I may have to book a day off for this. I hope they put the stuff that was cut from 'The Smell Of...' VHS releases back in.

Actually I should have done a search to see if this has been mentioned here already.

Anyway, whilst we all wait patiently, what's your favourite Reeves and Mortimer moment?

I reckon their Master Chef sketch will take some beating, how about you?

That little bit of news has made my day!

So much great stuff - I still watch all the old vids...

As for fav moment , Noel Edmonds and DLT spring to mind...

...as does "is it giro day, Tom?"

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The Country File bit from Smell of.. was aces, with John Cravens voice slowly getting louder and more irate at the end, and Tom Funs report on doing a walk with a trolley of cakes and a tankard of sherry, which would hopefully prove to be a lot of fun

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Oh, the glass bowl glows as the glass blower blows,

a tiny glass swan from his blow pipe flows,

a huff, not a wind blasts into the bowl,

producing these goods here on his stall.

Oh, your delicate swans may well appeal,

but come take a look at my wainwright's wheel,

the rim, the hubs, the spokes so central,

preferring glass swans, you must be mental.

Le pain de la mer dans le nuit,

the sweet, sweet sea bread of the sea,

les grands garcons est dans la boucherie,

the big boys are in the butchers.

Oh, the dirt here is seen as the dry cleaner cleans,

some sick out of his hat and some blood encrusted jeans,

your wheel is round, that I doubt not,

but my dry cleaning drum is both round and yet hot.

I'm beautifully dressed,

you're clearly obsessed,

but you've not impressed the bloke from Go West.

But what does he know?

I'll tell you, you fool, he hides Ribena under his stool.

Le pain de la mer dans le nuit,

the sweet, sweet sea bread of the sea,

le grands garcons est dans la boucherie,

the big boys are in the butchers

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I'm pretty sure I remember posting most of the cottage cheese song before now

'cottage cheese, cottage cheese, the only cheese guarnteed to please'

'It's a residue thats good for you'

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"When you come home from a hard day's work, do you go for a nice relaxing poo?"

:lol:

Oh mahn. :ph34r:

"Mister Mahhcennaaahhh"

Something else just springed to mind. The Club episode featuring Les Dennis. The chair selotaped to the wall.

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She couldn't have children; that didn't stop us from trying!

We were turned down for adoption.. because of her bizarre appearance.

"Anyway, Rose eventually left us for a bloke from Allied Carpets and neither of them have been seen for six weeks."

"But I assure you we both have alibis... I was at Mulligans that night."

"And I was at O'Hare's".

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My only R&M sadness is the lack of Les

His real name is Fred and he was an art technician at Crown woods school when I was there doing my art a level, at the same time as big night out! a very quiet bloke.

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