So… What *Is* The Best TV Show Of The 00s, Then?

image There is lots of other bits too, but whatever the funniest bit is, we’re sure that Balls Of Steel is our favourite TV show of the entire last decade. Sure some people (LOOSERS LOL) might say that it’s “an insult to the channel, the viewers, and hell, the medium of television itself. Quite honestly, everyone involved ought to be thoroughly ashamed of themselves. And not just ashamed in a ‘hey, only doing my job, but I guess I do feel a bit bad at times!’ kind of way, ashamed on an entire ‘I probably don’t even deserve to call myself a human being any more’ level. It’s quite honestly the very worst thing ever broadcast by Channel Four, if not British television. Yes, even worse than Minipops, even though that incited the molestation of young children. In summary, television for cunts, by cunts”, but they just don’t get it. We really can’t believe Mark Dolan hasn’t been put in charge of more television programmes like Soccer AM and the Channel Four News.

Balls Of Steel, stand up and take you’re prize…………. your the BEST TELEVISION SHOW OF THE 00S!!!!!!1

 

Right, if anyone needs us, we’ll be on the Digital Spy forum saying that the BBC ought to be abolished and that Sky Sports is actually a bargain.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMGLOLZRSVPPPPP! Ballz of Steel 4 life!~~~

Anonymous said...

braps man, brrrrraaaaaaaps!

Anonymous said...

I don't know why, but I keep misreading the caption of that pic as 'Bails of Steel'.

Mark X said...

It's probably because it's in Comic Sans. From now on, everything on this blog is going to be in comic sans. In a tasteful 'cyan on magenta' colour scheme.

Matthew Rudd said...

I haven't watched 85% of the programmes on your long list, but nonetheless I've enjoyed reading every word. Now do the 100 Best Television Presenters of all time. Go on.

Mark X said...

Bloody hell. This is horrible. I can't go on any longer worried that people might think I've genuinely chosen Balls Of Steel as the pinnacle of the decade's television. I am totally amending this blog post.

Anonymous said...

I actually want to read that thing now. "Balls of Steel" was Barry Shitpeas' big break, wasn't it?

Applemask said...

That was me, if you care.

Mark X said...

Here you go, that now deleted section in full: http://twitpic.com/1ce0rs

Simon said...

Well, I was fooled. A Best TV Show update within days of the last one?

Don't know how much truth there is in it, but I'm given to understand that the Bunny Boiler was dropped after the first filming of a new series ended up in a mass brawl and arrests. Also the Pain Men was a miniaturised version of MTV's Dirty Sanchez, proof that in the field of men causing themselves injury it is actually possible to be far less subtle than the Americans. (And the best bit of Jackass was when two of them went to play rugby with London Irish, just for the idea that in America rugby union is seen as the toughest sport in the world)

Mark X said...

I can certainly believe that about the 'Bunny Boiler'. Someone over at CaB was present when a Militant Black Man 'prank' was being recorded, it's clearly not as spontaneous as they'd like their viewers to believe: http://is.gd/b9KSX

And yes, the proper number one will be up soon. I'm using this as an excuse to re-watch a chunk of it first.

Mark (not from Runcorn despite it saying I am) said...

Has anyone else noticed on that little thing that shows you where people have arrived on the site from, how many are Googling how to actually fix their telly?

They must be fuming.

Matthew Rudd said...

I wasn't fooled. I've never heard of Balls Of Steel as either a good programme or an awful one. Meh.

(Word verification - 'laters')