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Mick Hucknall: Nightmare Neighbour[edit]
In a parody of similar prime time series, Mick Hucknall (Lemon) is accused of being a "nightmare neighbour", but goes out of his way to protest his innocence. Other "nightmare neighbours" include Paul Weller.

Taylor Swift: Making Friends[edit]
Taylor Swift (Lemon) tries to make friends with complete strangers while on vacation in the United Kingdom, but ends up alienating more people than she befriends with her impatience and rudeness.

Kate Garraway in the Morning[edit]
Lemon plays a fictitious Hollywood reporter known as "George Clooney's Pig" in a spoof of the breakfast show Lorraine, which in turn is instead presented by Kate Garraway. Characters

Kate Garraway
Keith's Doing it for Charity[edit]
Lemon fronts a fictitious charity campaign in which he is trained by Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford to have sex non-stop for ten days whilst travelling the length and breath of Britain, raising money for charity.

Cowboy Builders[edit]
Dominic Littlewood (Lemon) presents a spoof version of Cowboy Builders in which dodgy builders actually turn out to be real cowboys, and end up in a gunfight, which in turn destroys the persons' home even more.

Family Fortunes[edit]
Vernon Kay presents a spoof version of Celebrity Family Fortunes in which Little Mix and One Direction go head to head, however many of the top answers relate to some form of innuendo. Characters

Vernon Kay
Jade Thirlwall
Leigh-Anne Pinnock
Jesy Nelson
Perrie Edwards
Harry Styles
Niall Horan
Liam Payne
Guest-Eileen
Ant & Dec's Jungle Trials[edit]
Ant & Dec (Lemon) host a spoof version of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! in which Will Mellor has to perform sexual acts on Ant in order to win meals for the camp.

George Lucas Says the Funniest Things[edit]
Presented by Phillip Schofield, this segment parodies the typical daytime gameshow format. George Lucas (Lemon) has to describe an everyday object or item and two contestants, Jennifer and Ian (also portrayed by Lemon), have to guess what the item is. Typically, Ian keeps making references to Star Wars, leading an irate Schofield to constantly remind him the show has no links to Star Wars whatsoever. The first sketch attracted much press attention after Schofield is seen to tell contestant Ian to "f**k off" after he becomes increasingly annoying.[5]

The Cartoon Job Centre[edit]
Jessica Hynes plays the owner/manager of a job centre which specializes in finding work for jobless cartoon characters. Lemon plays a variety of cartoon characters, including the Care Bears.

Martin Clunes Really Loves Animals[edit]
Martin Clunes (Lemon) presents a spoof animal documentary series in which he proceeds to wish to 'bum' every animal that he comes into contact with.

This Week's Spotted[edit]
Lemon plays a variety of celebrities who engage in weird or unexpected activities, such as Prince going to a car boot sale and Russell Brand learning to ride a skateboard.

The Adventures of Minty Cat and Diablo[edit]
Lemon stars as Minty Cat, one half of a crime fighting duo similar to Batman and Robin, who try to foil plots against them by known supervillains and crazed enemies.

The Keith Lemon Show: the Gossip[edit]
Fearne Cotton presents a spoof spin-off from show entitled The Gossip (which in itself is a parody of Take Me Out: The Gossip) in which Lemon and a number of guests sit in a posh bar and talk about the show.

The Trip[edit]
Lemon and Joe Swash parody the BBC2 series The Trip, starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, whereby they visit a series of run-down restaurants and talk about their languishing careers.

If Miss Marple Was Much More Real[edit]
Lemon portrays a contemporary version of Miss Marple, who turns up at crime scenes, only to be told to "f**k off" by the local police who claim that the general public have no right to investigate murders.

The X Factor: Behind the Scenes[edit]
Olly Murs (Lemon) and Caroline Flack present a behind-the-scenes look at The X Factor, alongside judges Nick Grimshaw (Lemon), Rita Ora and Simon Cowell (also portrayed by Lemon).

Olly Murs
Caroline Flack
Rita Ora
Nick Grimshaw
Simon Cowell
Sinitta

Poll Results

OptionVotes
If Miss Marple Was Much More Real 1
Ant & Dec's Jungle Trials 1
Mick Hucknall: Nightmare Neighbour 0
The Trip 0
The Keith Lemon Show: the Gossip 0
The Adventures of Minty Cat and Diablo 0
This Week's Spotted 0
Martin Clunes Really Loves Animals 0
The Cartoon Job Centre 0
George Lucas Says the Funniest Things 0
Family Fortunes 0
Cowboy Builders 0
Keith's Doing it for Charity 0
Kate Garraway in the Morning 0
Taylor Swift: Making Friends 0
The X Factor: Behind the Scenes 0


imago, Tuesday, 16 August 2016 21:29 (two years ago) Permalink

Jessica Hynes plays the owner/manager of a job centre which specializes in finding work for jobless cartoon characters. Lemon plays a variety of cartoon characters, including the Care Bears.

wait, is this referring to an appearance by the actual real Jessica Hynes in this show? not Leigh Francis in a rubber Jessica Hynes mask? :(

soref, Tuesday, 16 August 2016 21:41 (two years ago) Permalink

Jessica Hynes star of According to Bex has sullied her career by appearing with Leigh Francis?

ælərdaɪs (jim in vancouver), Tuesday, 16 August 2016 21:54 (two years ago) Permalink

four months pass...

Automatic thread bump. This poll is closing tomorrow.

System, Saturday, 24 December 2016 00:01 (one year ago) Permalink

Automatic thread bump. This poll's results are now in.

System, Sunday, 25 December 2016 00:01 (one year ago) Permalink

one month passes...

I got leigh francis and dick francis confused

the guy that wrote the mystery novels involving horses

wasn't that dick francis?

sarahell, Thursday, 9 February 2017 20:22 (one year ago) Permalink


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