The BBC has this morning announced on its website the Springtime launch of its all-new comedy channel BBC TeeHee, in a direct response to a new independent channel being launched by members of The Spoof.
The new channel, which like its other channels, will feature the same old dross being trotted out by 'new and innovative' "comedians" 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, and will, more than likely, make them a mint.
It's the latest in a long line of new BBC channels, including BBC Three, Four, 5, 6, 7 and 9. The launch of BBC Eight has been held back until the New Year when it will hit the screens with the biggest load of shite imaginable.
BBC spokesman Walter Maggot said:
"We want it to be like America, where there are so many channels, you think you've got them coming out of your arse."
Beeb chiefs have floated the new channel as a direct response to a Spoof TV, a comedy station currently at the development stage featuring new writers from alternative satire site The Spoof.
Writers that would not be considered fit to shine the shoes of celebrated "comedy writers" (sic) employed by the BBC, include Noshing Mink, Carina-Eta and Shaun Ferguson amongst others. Another Spoof writer, Jenny Bigtits, will not be contributing to STV, as her tits are too big.
There, I had to get a tit joke in somewhere.