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John McEnroe and Daniel Tosh – you cannot be serious?

John McEnroe suffers a sense of humour failure over use of his catchphrase and comic Daniel Tosh seems to think rape is a laughing matter

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So what have we learned about TV light entertainment this week? First, that it's Ok to give away pets as prizes. Such was Ofcom's conclusion after investigating 237 viewers' complaints about an April episode of comedian Keith Lemon's Saturday night show Lemonaid, in which a pooch was awarded to the winner of a section entitled A Right Dog's Dinner.

ITV, the TV watchdog reassured us, had taken "very extensive measures" to ensure the welfare of the animal. We also learned that TV panel shows are as irritating to the great and good as to the rest of us – at least if John McEnroe's reaction to ITV's sports quiz You Cannot Be Serious is to be trusted. McEnroe is reported
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Myers Makes Surprise Appearance At London Comedy Club

Myers Makes Surprise Appearance At London Comedy Club
Mike Myers thrilled fans in London on Sunday by making a surprise appearance at the comedy club where he started his career.

The Austin Powers star's gig at the Comedy Store was announced just hours before he took to the stage with the venue's Comedy Store Players improvisation troupe, which he helped found in 1985 with his pal Neil Mullarkey.

Pictures of the gig subsequently emerged on and a message posted on the venue's page reads, "Oh yes Mike Myers joined the Players for the show (at) Comedy Store UK tonight. Was a great night," while fellow Player Phelim McDermott added, "Fantastic fun playing with Mike Myers tonight at the Store!"

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