LMAO! How horrible is this!!

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    Oct 22, 2011 11:24 AM GMT
    Please find more. I guess it really was different times because now, this would be UNACCEPTABLE!
    I never got these shows as a child icon_sad.gif lol



    "Yesterday we played with our balls, didn't we? Are we going to play with our friend's balls today?"

    lmfao
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    Oct 22, 2011 2:04 PM GMT
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    Oct 22, 2011 2:06 PM GMT
    That was fucking terrifying.
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    Oct 22, 2011 2:11 PM GMT
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  • Hokenshi

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    Oct 22, 2011 2:26 PM GMT
    "In 1979, the cast and crew of Rainbow made a special exclusive sketch for the Thames TV staff Christmas tape, sometimes referred to as the "Twangers" episode. This show featured plenty of deliberate sexual innuendo (beginning with Zippy peeling a banana, saying "One skin, two skin, three skin, four..." before being interrupted), and never shown at the time (as it was never intended to be screened to the general public.) It also included Geoffrey convincing the viewers to play with their balls, but if they didn't have any balls, they could ask a friend and play with his. Jane also claimed that she was banging with Rod and Roger. Soon, Zippy asked them to stop suggesting whether to play with a blowing tube and maracas, so they could start singing the 'Plucking Song'.
    The clip became famous after being aired on Victor Lewis-Smith's Channel 4 programme TV Offal (1997) and was referred to as "the pilot episode" in order to fit into the regular programme segment "The Pilots That Crashed". The clip clearly wasn't a pilot, as Geoffrey Hayes was the regular presenter at the time. The clip became widespread with the advent of the internet, first as an e-mail attachment and later via online video websites such as YouTube, where to date it has received more than a million hits. This has led to many erroneous claims that the episode was publicly broadcast as a regular episode."
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    Oct 22, 2011 2:55 PM GMT
    That is hilarious and so not for the kids. But then again I don't think kids will get the sexual innuendos.
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    Oct 22, 2011 3:13 PM GMT
    Hokenshi said"In 1979, the cast and crew of Rainbow made a special exclusive sketch for the Thames TV staff Christmas tape, sometimes referred to as the "Twangers" episode. This show featured plenty of deliberate sexual innuendo (beginning with Zippy peeling a banana, saying "One skin, two skin, three skin, four..." before being interrupted), and never shown at the time (as it was never intended to be screened to the general public.) It also included Geoffrey convincing the viewers to play with their balls, but if they didn't have any balls, they could ask a friend and play with his. Jane also claimed that she was banging with Rod and Roger. Soon, Zippy asked them to stop suggesting whether to play with a blowing tube and maracas, so they could start singing the 'Plucking Song'.
    The clip became famous after being aired on Victor Lewis-Smith's Channel 4 programme TV Offal (1997) and was referred to as "the pilot episode" in order to fit into the regular programme segment "The Pilots That Crashed". The clip clearly wasn't a pilot, as Geoffrey Hayes was the regular presenter at the time. The clip became widespread with the advent of the internet, first as an e-mail attachment and later via online video websites such as YouTube, where to date it has received more than a million hits. This has led to many erroneous claims that the episode was publicly broadcast as a regular episode."


    I've met Rod a few times, nice guy.
    Jane was actually with Freddy.
    I'd like to post a recording of
    "I want you to take your balls in your hand and bounce them on the floor and then throw them as high as you can. Now, have you all got your balls in your hands?"
    but it doesn't seem to be on the net.