TV talk show broadcast in Ireland, hosted by Lucy Kennedy and the puppets Podge and Rodge.




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TV talk show broadcast in Ireland, hosted by Lucy Kennedy and the puppets Podge and Rodge.

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Comedy | Talk-Show



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6 February 2006 (Ireland)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Rodges full name is Rodraig Spartacus O'Leprosy. See more »

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I Love A Scare At Bedtime, but this is just......
21 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

First off i think its the fact that Lucy Kennedy presents it is a major problem, she tries to be funny, alas she is not. She brings a formal approach to the show when the camera stems from Podge and Rodge onto her talking to the camera, I get the feeling she loves the sound of her own voice. This show was just a simple vehicle to further her career. Shes totally pointless. And why on earth did the creators give Podge and Rodge human bodies in the intro?! They look bloody stupid

Podge and Rodge are still there however but the overall concept is stupid and the "Celebrities" they interview just go with it and crack a smile and a chuckle when Podge and Rodge rips the p**s out of them - "ho ho ho, you're such funny little puppets" Overall its very watered down. I miss the wee stories they used to tell on A Scare at bedtime and the jokes they made were awful funny.

My question is Why did they cancel A Scare at Bedtime?? and then put this on, only for it to end as well?

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