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This wasn't the type of 100 Greatest list that celebrated the greatest moments in written, prepared, rehearsed and acted comedy moments, this is just general moments in real life and TV and media that make people laugh. There were many celebrity contributions, but it's all the clips that obviously make you laugh more. The moments that I remember that were shown were: Richard and Judy's Little Britain Spoof, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, Jackass The Movie, The Numa Numa Song on the Internet by Gary Brolsma, The Bronx Bunny Show, Balls of Steel, 3 Non-Blondes, The Osbournes, Dirty Sanchez, The Star Wars Kid, Celebrity Big Brother, The X Factor's Chicken Plucker, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, Bo' Selecta!, President George W. Bush, Trigger Happy TV, and the number one was Peter Kay's unprepared live stand up shows. Very good!
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