Mock the Week (2005– )
Frankie Boyle: Recent surveys show 3 out of 10 men have a problem with premature ejaculation. The rest just didn't really think it was a problem!
Frankie Boyle: [If this is the answer, what is the question: Up To 18 Months] What is Stephen Hawking's personal best for the London marathon?
Hugh Dennis: Viewers of a nervous disposition may be interested to know that your television is off and I am speaking to you from inside your head...
[what Tony Blair thinks]
Al Murray: [impersonating a Dalek] You will obey! Exterminate!
Frankie Boyle: I would have loved to have a gay dad. Do you remember at school, there were always kids saying "My dad's bigger than your dad, my dad will batter your dad!" "So what? My dad will shag your dad. And your dad will enjoy it."
Sue Perkins: [Unlikely things to hear at the Oscars] They said we couldn't make 'The Sally Gunnel Story' but here we are.
David Mitchell: [Unlikely things to hear at the Oscars] And the winner is... Ross Kemp!
Frankie Boyle: Having a gang-bang in Scotland in the winter is like playing Pass The Parcel: there's that many layers!
Frankie Boyle: [If this is the answer, what is the question: Up To 18 Months] How long is a Scottish winter?
Hugh Dennis: [the panel are asked what to do about bird flu. Hugh is a Tory MP; Rory is the Duke of Edinburgh] Well, personally I think we ought to do away with all birds, including swans.
Team Captain: They belong to my wife, you bastard!
Hugh Dennis: Oh, yeah. I've shagged your wife, as well.
Team Captain: You lucky devil! I haven't had sex with her for nearly sixty years!
Hugh Dennis: [In scenes we'd like to see: what a television announcer is unlikely to say] If you've been affected by the issues raised in Balamory...
Frankie Boyle: [In scenes we'd like to see: what a television announcer is unlikely to say] The following episode of Songs of Praise contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Hugh Dennis: Tired of a messy toolbox? Then you need the Abu Hamza multi-tool!
Presenter: [In the out-takes show. The people in his earpiece keep telling him to get on with the show] They're even shouting at this bit! 'Stop doing that bit where you mock us for shouting in your ear'!
Frankie Boyle: The English are worried about the Euro being brought in because of loss of national identity and rising prices. In Scotland, people are just worried in case they have to close Poundstretcher.
Team Captain: [Rory is Tony Blair giving a speech; Hugh is translating] As Prime Minister, it is my duty to protect the people of this nation.
Hugh Dennis: Whoops!
Team Captain: Many nights I've lain awake, gazing into the abyss...
Hugh Dennis: I wish Cherie would sleep with her mouth closed.
Team Captain: I know that a lot of people have been wondering when I'm going to retire...
Hugh Dennis: I know Gordon has been wondering when I'm going to retire...
Team Captain: I'm sure that one day, Gordon will make a great leader...
Hugh Dennis: ...of the Opposition...
Team Captain: But I'm not a king-maker. There will be a proper procedure for deciding the leader who follows me.
Hugh Dennis: Whomsoever pulls the sword from the stone! He shall be the one!
John Oliver: [Unlikely things to be said in programme indents] You're watching ITV1... Why are you doing that? I've got the listings here and... we've got nothing!
Hugh Dennis: [Unlikely things to be said in programme indents] You may be interested to know that I'm completely naked and playing with myself.
Team Captain: [Unlikely things for a news reporter to say; as Trevor MacDonald] Welcome to ITV News... ON ICE!
Hugh Dennis: [Unlikely things to be said during a programme indent] If you were affected by any of the issues raised in tonight's episode of Balamory...
Team Captain: [Celebrity Dating Videos; as Nelson Mandela] Ah! Hello! I'm an ex-politician and human rights activist. And I'm looking for a strong African woman. I'm over eighty, I look like a pint of Guinness, but wait till you see Nelson's Column!
Hugh Dennis: Are you paying too much for your car insurance?
Team Captain: [If this is the answer, what is the question: Up To 18 Months] On average, how long does the NHS take to give pregnant women a bed in maternity?