The put-down resembles in form the kind of normal-person outrage that the gang often elicits, but because it's presented in a rhyming performance by someone with the power of local celebrity, it somehow comes across as utter devastation -- less funny than savage.
That said, Dennis's Ziggy Stardust-rouged recantation of the aspersions he cast on Kevin's mental ability does pull the ending back into territory.
Everything was just spectacular from start to finish. You're a master of karate and friendship, for everyone.
As Sam talks about fame, the postman arrives at the old schoolhouse he shares with his father, Malcolm, a musician.
Channel 4 have sent a framed copy of the portrait on the poster.
Others expressed concern, including the person who wrote on Twitter: “When is Channel 4 going to realise how offensive their shows are getting? The channel has just announced that it is cutting a scene from a forthcoming show called I’m Spazticus, in which people with disabilities pull pranks on the public.
The members of an art class have objected to a stunt in which a blind man groped their nude model.
Only Frank on drums is hopeless, but that's true of 70% of drummers who actually have gigs, so you can't really fault him.