Collision with Dr Who (4/7)
In our last exciting Eric Toad, the Doctor by cleverly
Knock at the door
O what is it?
Hello, I'm the exciting Mr Eric Toad and I strongly object to
the use of my name in an attempt on a pun from the word; episode.
I'm sorry but that's the sort of thing our audience expects.
A recent survey we did shows that three percent of the audience liked bad puns.
For two percent, bad puns made them want to go out and shoot their
grandmothers. One percent didn't have grandmothers and the other ninety four
percent didn't exist.
That's as may be but I am still the exciting Mr Eric Toad.
Not a name to be bandied with. If you can't make a proper pun on my name, then
But you can't make a direct pun on Eric Toad!
O yes you can. What about Wordsworth famous erotic poem
Get out of here.
And what about the smash up your friend the Doctor has had. I
presume we will see a wreck towed away.
GET LOST. As I was saying, in our last exciting Roger Frog.
Hello, I'm the exciting Mr Roger Frog.
Piiisss Offff. Erh. In our last exciting, ah thing, the
Ah I'm the exciting Mr Thing.
Sound of machine gun firing
(Takes a couple of deep breaths)
In our last exciting...
Shrieks of laughter
Ah, well, it was worth a try. In our last exciting episode,
the Doctor, by cleverly not taking any notice, crashed the Turdis into an
oncoming Time and Space machine. This is how the last episode finished.
Sound of brakes screeching etc
Now, because of those unnecessary interruptions, what was
supposed to happen in this episode has been postponed until the next exciting
Nigel Amphibian of Dr Poo-oo!
Transcribed by Phil from an off-air recording made by Warren.
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