Cybill – Father Ted – tape 2206

First, another Cybill, and today she’s rehearsing for a play with Kevin Sorbo.

Maryann has been spying on her neighbors. Elliott Gould isn’t happy about it.

After it doesn’t work out with Cybill, young Kevin finds solace in the arms of Zsa Zsa Gabor.

After this, there’s the start of an episode of Father Ted, but for some reason, recording switches after a few minutes – a timer recording, I presume. So next is an episode of Roseanne. I feel betrayed by my inept cataloguing.

Roseanne meets Fred Willard in the restaurant.

He turns out to be Martin Mull’s fiancee, and Roseanne manages to get him to let her organise the wedding, so of course she goes overboard on the bad taste.

Mull’s mother is played by June Lockhart off of Lost in Space.

There’s a lot of famous looking faces that I don’t recognise. In particular, right at the end, after Dan is sniggering at the two men kissing, and Roseanne says “there’s nothing wrong with two people of the same sex kissing” a woman sits behind Roseanne and says hello. I wasn’t quite sure, but I thought she looked like Mariel Hemingway (iMDb confirms this). So I presume she might have been in the news either for a same sex relationship, or a part in a film or something. It seemed like an in-joke. So I did some googling, to find that Hemingway has been in the show before, playing Sandra Bernhard’s girlfriend, and she kissed Roseanne, which explains the audience reaction to her appearance.

After this, there’s an episode of The Mark Thomas Comedy Product. In response to a possible drought in Yorkshire, he tries to deliver a tanker of water from Ethiopia. They’ve also recording a pastiche of Do They Know it’s Christmas.

After this, there’s the start of an episode of The Girlie Show. Then recording switches, and there’s an episode of TFI Friday. It opens with music from Shed Seven.

Racing driver Martin Brundle is interviewed after a big crash.

Jo Brand in the next guest.

Music from Gene.

Amanda Donohoe is another guest.

More Shed Seven follows. I was disappointed that their song Going for Gold wasn’t a cover of Hans Zimmer’s iconic theme song to the Henry Kelly Euro-quiz.

There’s another short segment of At Home with Chris and Cher.

The next guest is Ian McKellen

Music from Van Morrison

There’s an attempt to get an interview by satellite from Las Vegas with boxing promoter Don King, but he’s running late, and a young sound assistant called Shaun is left to tell Chris that ‘Don King is one minute away’ rather too many times.

The show ends with another song from Van Morrison.

After this, there’s a whole episode of Beavis and Butthead. They dig for oil, but the crack a sewer pipe instead, and don’t realise. It’s funny because it’s poop.

Following this, recording continues with the start of Derek Jarman’s Sebastiane, his softcore gay porn film about roman soliders, with dialogue in latin. Not my cup of tea, if I’m honest.

The tape ends during the film.

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4 comments

  1. Yeeess, Don King Is One Minute Away! That’s one of my all-time favourite telly moments, and it’s kudos to Evans that he had the wit to persevere with the feature and interview Shaun instead, because it was a million times more entertaining than if Don King had actually turned up. I love how Shaun has no opinion whatsoever on the merits of pay-per-view television and knows nobody at all in Britain, all he wants to say is that Don King is one minute away. Obviously he changes it after a bit to say he’s five seconds away, before he goes back to being one minute away. Fantastic.

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