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Saturday, 16 December 2006

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Edmonds was given the proverbial 'chop'

News tonight of the sensational sacking of Noel Edmonds from channel 4's hit show Deal or no Deal.

A spokesman for the broadcaster said:

"We have had intelligence that Noel was getting a bit carried away with his re-invention as a TV celebrity. We have further reason to believe that when renegotiating his contract that he was going to insist on bringing in Mr Blobby as part of the show. Not only that but he felt that the studio should be re-modelled as his manor house in Crinkly Bottom from his hit nineties BBC TV show"

Deputy Prime Minister, John 'three bellies' Prescott, told the Spoof:

"Thank God Channel 4 got wind of this evil and nipped it in the bud. The nation felt that it had got rid of Noel's infantile nonsense many years ago but to think that this evil was still lurking so close by and could well have come back to out TV screens, chills me to the bone"

The immaculately coiffured DJ told us:

"What's wrong with brining back a bit of honest to goodness Saturday night fun? I mean those two little Geordie gits have ripped me off big style since I fell out of favour. Let's face it, they're doing my old fucking show and making a fortune out of it, so I feel that it's only fair that I should get a few bob out of it too"

We asked the rubber suited pink tosser for a comment and he said:

"Blobby blobby blobby!" and after we had pissed ourselves laughing at his hilariousness we realised that he was quite correct.

Channel 4 have said that having come so close to unleashing such evil on the world, that they have learnt their lesson and that they will scrap the show to save us all from a fate worse than death.

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