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February 13, 2007

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Jeffersonic

Unless I'm mistaken, the puchline got clipped off the end of that mp3.

Ticklemouse

You're not mistaken. The punchline, such as it is, involves the man defecating his leg off.
It was from Chris Morris' 'Jam', or 'Blue Jam' depending on whether it was the original radio or later TV series.
Chris Morris is, amongst followers, fondly remembered as one of the great UK comic writers and performers of the '80's and '90's. I say remembered, not because he's dead, but because he pushed the envelope a little too far with a comedy about the media's frenzied reporting of paedophiles - the joke backfired and the media got it's revenge by suggesting he was laughing at the victims as opposed to the obsession of some newspapers/TV shows.(The comedy program suggested that some paedophiles were dressing up as schools - you judge whether that's satire or sick). Afterwards he struggled to get work, or just avoided it completely - his writing style certainly changed and largely he disappeared from the public eye.
Still, his series 'Jam' which originally went out on BBC Radio 1 at about 4am (he figured it's surrealism suited that time in the morning when ,if you're listening, you're neither asleep or fully awake) was edited into an album on Warp Records featuring some very peculiar sketches indeed - some which will only be amusing if you like that sort of thing.

Jeffersonic

I'm especially fond of Chris Morris' "Banned Doctor Sketch" which I believe is a classic
worthy of comparisons to The National Lampoon Radio hour at its best.

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trixie

is SEX bad?

Listener Oddio

This just came up on random play, and I laughed so hard my eyes watered. Had forgotten it was on the machine, but remembered every bit of this valentine. Thanks again, Maria and Amanda!

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