Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Season 18 Episode 5

Jeremy Clarkson, Antony Costa, Trisha Goddard, Rick Wakeman, Jim Jeffries

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Apr 10, 2006 on BBC Two
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    Jeremy Clarkson

    Jeremy Clarkson

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    Antony Costa

    Antony Costa

    Himself

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    Trisha Goddard

    Trisha Goddard

    Herself

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    Rick Wakeman

    Rick Wakeman

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      • Jeremy Clarkson: You know I discovered something about Australia the other day. How long has it been there now, 220 years…?
        Jim Jeffries: …220 years almost.
        Jeremy Clarkson: Do you know that the only invention to come out of Australia in all that time is the rotary washing line? Did you know that?
        Jim Jeffries: That's not true, we also, the lawnmower is one of ours mate, bloody Vegemite and er.. the Minogue girls.
        Bill Bailey: Casual violence.
        Jim Jeffries: Casual violence!
        Jeremy Clarkson: Everywhere you go in Australia: 'what's so great about the place'? 'We've got great steaks and lovely climate'! We have, brought up on a diet on fish fingers and drizzle and had the greatest empire the world has ever seen.

      • Jim Jeffries: I was in South Africa, about two months ago, doing gigs out there in a gay night club in Cape Town. And I'm chatting to a whole lot of lads at the end of the bar and I'm pretty funny, I think and er... one of them's going: "you're wasted, aren't ya"? and I went: "yep"! And he goes: "do you wanna come to the toilet with me"? Now, I think he is offering me a line of coke, so I go in there first, beckon him in, then he comes out and he pulls out this great big cock and he goes: "do you want some coke first"? and I went: "I only want coke". Well, the problem is, the South African accent, coke and cock are very similar.
        Rick Wakeman: We've got a bit of a surprise for you, he's here tonight.

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