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Desc:Thatcher-era british politics, Absurdist situation comedy and creepy puppets: Together at last!
Category:Classic TV Clips, News & Politics
Tags:Young Ones, britain, Spitting Image, Geoffrey Howe, Douglas Hurd
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heyitslozeau - 2008-08-21
oh shit those creepy puppets that were in the phil collins video.
Paracelsus - 2008-08-22
So is part of the humor that the puppets look and sound absolutely nothing like the people they're intended to portray?
Syd Midnight - 2008-08-23
They probably do, except they're mostly politicians nobody remembers outside the UK. It was cutting edge stuff back in the day. I remember their US special had a ton of Ed Meese jokes that would make no sense to a non-American or anyone born after 1970. Hell, the only joke I got was that his head was cubical.. literally a "block head".

baleen - 2008-08-22
This show always made me mad when I was little because it had puppets in it, and yet I didn't understand what the fuck was going on. So it was an act of betrayal by the grownups. Why would they make a puppet show that children don't understand? I hate grownups.
ztc - 2008-08-22
Me too. The only bit I understood was Thatcher tonguing Reagan's asshole.

Desidiosus - 2008-08-22
Actually it's a pretty accurate portrayal of The Young Ones.
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