Written by Mr Awesome

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Things are about to fire up after legendary late 90s TV robot Sergeant Bash announced his television comeback.

The Robot Wars star (18) was believed to be very disappointed after he was snubbed in the BBC's upcoming reboot of the Friday night gladiatorial technology competition, but now is set to make his long-awaited return to our screens in new MTV reality show ''Ex on the Bash''.

Filmed in Kavos, the nine-part series will follow four single guys and four single girls as they enjoy a summer holiday in the Greek sunshine. But it won't all be sun, sea and smiles, because their exes will join them in a bid to stir things up. They can get their revenge on them anytime by dressing them up in flammable space suits and bringing them to the Sgt to flamethrower them. Talk about adding fuel to the fire!

An MTV spokesman said:
"Sgt Bash delighted viewers in the first half of the noughties when he set fire to the likes of Diotoir and Sir Killalot. Now he's back to do the same to some annoying ex-boyfriends and girlfriends. It's also great because he can throw shade at the BBC for passing him over for not including him in the Robot Wars reboot. Sir Killalot and Sgt Bash are finally going head to head, and we can't wait. Let the wars begin!!"

It is as yet unknown who will present the show. Keith "I'm the firestarter" Flint is currently in talks to present the show, and there is speculation about Mock the Week panelist Hugh Dennis as well. Whoever does present the show, we can assure you this will be one of the most fiery shows of 2016. Filming for Ex on the Bash is due to commence in June.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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