By Xeni Jardin at 11:40 pm Wed, Jul 2, 2008
When you are having a certain kind of day, revisiting this clip from The Mighty Boosh is wise advice.
Kittens in a Barrel [YouTube, thanks Coop].
Damn, I love Julian Barratt.
Skip series 3 though. It was gash.
Before mighty boosh, they were arctic. I was thrilled to discover someone has youtubed their performance in Australia 2001:
No kittens, but bloody funny.
Boosh! Boosh! Stronger than a moose!
Don’t skip series 3! It’s the best one!
Don’t lock your door, or we’ll come through your rooftops!
Look at his little face…
would anyone be interested in a baileys? it’s creamy.
There is much to be said for the power of cute.
That show is mental. A friend and I mainlined the entire first two seasons in a single weekend, never having seen it before. You think by the time you get about midway throgh season 2 you have acclimated to the level of weird, and then they break out the final ep, with the coconuts, and you realise you’re only an amateur.
“COME WITH US NOW ON A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME AND SPACE!”
Boosh is fantastic.
@alisong76, the coconuts slayed me, too.
I actually have a copy of this picture from a MB swap at Crafster :)
If you think Coconut Joe was odd, “The Party” in season 3 was extreme over the top.
…Now if they would only tour the live show in the US…
Series three was arse compared to the other series. but still very very good.
It works just like magic! I need one of those postcards at work – with a soundtrack, of course.
Series 3 was good. It’s hit and miss for some though. Crack fox…give me a break that’s some of the best tv i’ve seen.
‘I’ma done a tummy shame.’
The Power of the Crimp was good to.
‘Wha ha ha … peacock dreams’
Look in you tube under maightee
The only redeeming episode of series 3 was the crack fox one…
Series 1 has that low budget charm that I just can’t go past! Plus otters in bibs are basically the greatest thing ever.
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