The writers on a televisual effort that is colloquially known as "this pile of drudgery" are to rely on using only three words and a phrase that they will hope will boost the shows ratings. Shite, which lost heavily to the misfest "Oop North" during the 2010 Yachting awards hope to attract more slack-jaw yocals using this tactic.
The words are an in-house secret, but they were revealed after a producer of the show got smashed off his bins, and leaked the words all over the front doorstep of Mr Miyagi's Kebab Showroom. From this ensemble, it is believed that they are "remuneration", "Butter" and "antithesis". They are to be accompanied with the phrase "we've got to talk"..
The show will allow the audience to vote in which order the words will appear, but audiences will be expected to respect the laws of symmetry, where no two sentences may allow to match.
Larry Spindle, a spokesman for Granada, who's currently undergoing gender-realignment surgery, stated "we want to give a stake of the show over to the people who have made it the success it is today. It is not in anyway, a way to con thickos who believe a toaster is a two week holiday in Barbados, out of their money."
Marlon Nabberswitch, who plays No. 57 said "It'll certainly make learning a script easier...ha, ha"..