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Monday, 26 April 2010

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The Beeb will host the last (c)leg of the three-part series

London - (Hustings): A classic reworking of the cult TV series pilot Jerks of All Trades will see the Three Stooges - a.k.a. Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg - give their last public performance this Thursday.

The televised grand finale has been billed by critics as a shameless rehash of their You Nazty Spy! rendition on Sky last week.

This saw all three welcome Pope Joe Ratzinger with open arms to the UK later this year, despite unfolding worldwide disgust at the Vatican paedo cover-up.

The original Natzy movie is set in the kingdom of Moronica and features a plot to install a dictatorship, oust the queen and find someone stupid enough to be a national figurehead.

"Sounds kinda familiar!" Rhett Ikulitis, political editor of celebwatch site LA FagHagSlagMag, commented today.

The site has warned about a possible repetition of the original Stooges' Half-Wits Volcanic Holiday Disruption fiasco.

This saw 'Curly (Gordon) Stooge' suffer a near-fatal stroke during filming on May 6, 1946 - exactly 64 years before the 2010 UK general election date.

"The clues are all in the Stooges' filmography," Ikulitis added.

"Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb, Three Missing Links, Boobs in Arms, Three Pests in a Mess and Pork Barrel Polecats all come to mind!"

Samantha Cameron is 69.

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