RESIDENTS in Bodmin, Cornwall, say Martin Clunes' new show, Doc Martin, pokes fun at
the mentally ill because the phrase "Going Bodmin" refers to the former local lunatic asylum.
And `Wonderfalls'' pokes fun at
just about everything.
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the San Fernando Valley, Hispanic culture and family dynamics.
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gifts of ill-intention and introduces visitors to e-Lemons virtual gifts
Instead of making a mockery of the institution of marriage as so many others have done, its new show ``48 Hour Wedding'' pokes fun at
the ceremony itself.
Focusing on situations where consumers are left in the dark to make complex technology purchases without expert advice, "Intechxication" pokes fun at
the average shopping experience and reminds consumers that Ultimate Electronics is the solution for their electronics needs, and they'll never have to pay more.
A combination of satire and farce, ``Earnest' pokes fun at
Victorian ``high society.
The irritable and somewhat sarcastic cupid pokes fun at
his peers who, "flutter around making people lovesick," while his arrows shoot a dose of reality into unsuspecting victims.
Wilkins probably won't lose any friends tonight at the show as he pokes fun at
the various friends and relatives in the audience.
Each sauce-ism pokes fun at
reality, and includes statements like "Single Fire sauce seeking friendship, maybe more.