Comedy involving celebrity stalker Avid Merrion, and a whole host of "celebrities".
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Both the Michael Jackson sketches and the Mel B sketches of Series 3 were filmed in four days, two for each character, although not on consecutive days. See more »

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In the Michael Jackass episode where Michael Jackson is "Moonwalking", the camera crew is reflected in some shop windows as the pass. See more »

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Kelly Osbourne: [on Christina Aguilera] She's one of the most disgusting people in the world! Sure, she had an amazing voice, but that doesn't change the fact she's a total
[bleep]
Kelly Osbourne: ! I mean she looks like a
[bleeping]
Kelly Osbourne: drag queen! Right dad?
Ozzy Osbourne: You're all
[bleeping]
Ozzy Osbourne: mad!
Kelly Osbourne: Not me, I'm just slightly overweight.
Ozzy Osbourne: [mutters] Fat bitch.
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A man dressed a celebrities swears and shouts about sex
17 July 2004 | by (Can you get me a cup of coffee, please?) – See all my reviews

Bo Selecta is notable for a number of reasons. It doesn't conform to standard 'set-up, punchline' routines. It's the raw, random nonsense most young men have in their heads. It's the basic things you laugh at when drunk or with a group of mates. 99% of it revolves around sex. Most of the sketches seem to be thought up on set just before they are filmed, although repeating cathphrases is also a large part of the show. There is atleast one laugh-out-loud scene per episode, but too much of it is so, so basic - a man in a rubber mask shouting obscenities - that it wears out it's welcome fast. Worth seeing atleast once just to wonder how such a weak premise has become so popular (in the UK).


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