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Thursday, 24 June 2010

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I aint no foo' on the hill.

Following the sad departure of televisions diminutive funny man, Gary Coleman, earlier this year, it has since been revealed that his real father and mother were also in the celebrity spotlight.

Due to the high profile nature of his parents, it was decided that Coleman would be put up for adoption when he was born, little knowing that years later, he would bring joy to millions worldwide through his portrayal of Arnold Jackson in the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes

A journalist researching a documentary about 80s TV shows noticed a striking similarity between Colemans trademark catchphrase "What'choo talkin' 'bout, Willis?" and Mr T's emotional portrayal of the Othello-esque B.A Baracus in televisions The A Team, with his list of catchphrases such as "pity the foo" and "watchoo talking about sucka?'" and the ever popular "If after every tempest come such calms, may the winds blow till they have waken'd death, FOO!"

Mr T's paramour went on to be even more influential, in fact it is believed that they met when he and his A-team were called upon by the American government to bring an end the Vietnam war which had been going badly for a few days.

Colemans real mother, Condoleezza Rice, was working as an intern for the US takeover of anything foreign machine, which was in it's early stages and warming up for Iraq etc.

It was here at this time that Mr T and Miss Rice caught each others gaze and with only hours to go before he would be shipped out to possible death, they made their sweet, sweaty beast with two backs somewhere in the Whitehouse! That's right The Executive Office of the President is also the location of the conception TV's humorous homunculus.

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