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Thursday, 17 March 2011

Chris Moyles and sidekick Comedy Dave have been doing a live broadcast for the past day and a half. The object of the broadcast is to raise money for Comic Relief.

Said Moyles "Not everyone has a pound to give for Comic Relief, those who can afford it have done so; but we still need more money to be donated."

During the continuous live broadcast the comic duo crossed swords with Charlie Sheen who phoned in, in a state of inebriation. He spoke to "Comedy Dave" and commented that he was the least funny comedian whom he had ever spoken to. Fat slob Moyles spoke to Charlie Sheen and asked him to pledge some cash but the disgraced star said the abbreviation 'BBC' stands for 'Bags of Cash For Charlie'.

Moyles was a little bit taken aback by this and rubbed his tired peepers in disbelief; like a punch-drunk boxer he swayed uncertainly from side to side believing the conversation to be a figment of his fevered imagination.

Later on in the Green Room he saw mates Bob Geldof and Bono who commented that the conversation was for real and that Sheen really had, had the audacity to speak to the Beeb on their marathon 'Comic Relief' broadcast handing out the begging bowl.

Bono said that the Americans 'don't get' Comic Relief and think that it is some weird Brit equivalent of the Super Bowl; they are used to Simon Cowell using the Super Bowl as a way of promotion his American X-Factor and they think philanthropy is only for the liked of Bill Gates and not Jo Average.

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