Little Mix attempt a Jamaican accent. I review Euro Truck Simulator 2, complete with all the trimmings.
P Diddy, Puff Daddy, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin, conscious uncoupling, Sol Campbell, Noel Edmonds, BBC, Gay Marriage and Fred Phelps.
Extreme Couponing shows how to shop for the food you don’t want, and toilet paper.
And George Osborne annoys the nation with his budget, and then next week everyone forgets.
Admiral Ackbar look-a-like Nigel Farage visits Kentgrad. Yoko Ono tests her fans love. Lindsay Lohan takes up celebrity Knobspotting. Being subjected to My Strange Addiction, I feedback that on to you. Essex boy tries to get himself beaten up. Teacher Sellotapes up her class’ faces. And little homage to good man Tony Benn.
Ryanair want to fly you to New Work for under £10 – They’ll have you wishing you didn’t. Ridiculous iPhone app suggests you can Prey Away The Gay. Seth Rogan gets a taste for Politics, only to find it’s sour. The Voice takes television air away from more worthy shows. The sun sets on Daybreak. People of Birmingham rejoice in new brummie star.
Is WhatsApp is really worth $19bn, Britney Spears is upsetting everyone, Rihanna penny pinching, politicians reaction to the UK floods, some lads infatuation with his girlfriends dog, chickens made to walk like dinosaurs, bad adverts and bad television. It’s The Palm Off. The first episode of our satirical news show.