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stvitussdance:

Graham and The Colonel discuss the rigours of Golf.

The Late Show, 1992 (start at 3m 21s)

matthewfulton:

flemishdog:

More bits of the Late Show if it were a VHS tape instead of a DVD only extra.

Brill work!

matthewfulton:

flemishdog:

More bits of the Late Show if it were a VHS tape instead of a DVD only extra.

Brill work!

stvitussdance:

The Late Show’s Play School parody

Tony Martin. Enough said.

matthewfulton:

R.E.M. broke up. Tony Martin makes it all better.

somtum:

I made a wish at the wishing well. Clearly it hasn’t worked, because I’m still in Glenrowan. (Taken with Instagram at Ned Kelly’s Last Stand)

LATE SHOW REFERENCE. 

somtum:

I made a wish at the wishing well. Clearly it hasn’t worked, because I’m still in Glenrowan. (Taken with Instagram at Ned Kelly’s Last Stand)

LATE SHOW REFERENCE. 

profernity:

This is a musical parody from Australian sketch program The Late Show (1992-1993).  Here Tony Martin first shows a 70’s clip from cabaret group The Four Kinsmen singing “Green Door” in a weak, sanitised  manner.  Then The Late Show takes on gangsta rap - the Kinsmen way.

First of all, I love this show - I was too young to appreciate it at the time it came out, but the comedy group D-Generation, who wrote and starred in this show, has made so many classic shows since that they are legendary.  I wanted to share some of their greatness with the world.

Secondly, this sketch seems like something LNJF would do.  I can picture it.

djrockboy:

The Late Show: Arnold Schwarzenegger interview

Loved watching Mick Molloy and the D-generation crew. Tony Martin does the best Schwarzenegger impersonation ever!

#1 NUMNUT

#1 NUMNUT

Veitch-ster.

Veitch-ster.