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The lanky oxygen thief sat next to you is Iain, And co-presenter Iain Lee, TV's unfunniest man, demonstrated how seriously C4 takes its news coverage by linking to the news desk with: "Now, over to Zora, who's got nice knockers.
JIM DAVIDSON has been voted Britain's unfunniest comedian in a new laughter-free league.
JIM Davidson should consider himself very unlucky to be named Britain's unfunniest comedian - he was up against some tough competition.
11, it's also one of the unfunniest chapters, and it raises the essential question of whether extremism can, by any stretch, be considered cute anymore.
PATSY KENSIT teamed up with Dudley Moore in the unfunniest farce ever shot in Venice.
Of all Shakespeare's comedies, Two Gentlemen of Verona is the least eventful, the least inspired, the unfunniest and the most unfelt, but possibly just because it is so lacking in a distinctive character of its own, it is quintessentially Shakespearean.
Battling a lame script saturated with feeble Piers Morgan jokes, hapless host Clive Anderson delivered the unfunniest performance of his life.
No, that's not true - it wasn't the horse's idea to be in some of the unfunniest, least original sequences in film history, it was the script-writers.
Many old music hall fans were present at the funeral today of Fred 'Chuckles' Jenkins, Britain's oldest, unfunniest comedian.
If you're supposed to be funny but aren't, the soundest scheme is to engage supporting acts who make the unfunniest look hilarious.
The fact that he turns in his laziest, unfunniest performance ever (and that includes Ghostbusters 2) kills it stone dead.
He's not funny - he's the unfunniest man I've ever met, who says inappropriate things at inappropriate times.
But all his good work was undone by its Christmas Special, a Have I Got News For You rip-off which only needed Phil Jupitus to make it officially the unfunniest programme in Ulster's sorry TV history.
I wonder whether said viewers really demanded: Jack Of Hearts, a programme so appalling that it received record low audience figures when first shown; Satellite City, the unfunniest comedy ever made (including Terry and June); and Large, an insult to the intelligence of Welsh persons everywhere.