Big Brother unicycle

I saw parts of Big Brother [1] (UK TV) for the first time this evening. What a
pitiful excuse for programming. I was a mite cheesed off that they cancelled
South Park for it. Anyway, I noticed a unicycle in the corner of the room. Has
anyone followed the show enough to know whose it is, or anything at all about
unicycling activity within the house?

[1] Channel 4 programme, copied from a Dutch TV programme, where a group of
contestants live together in a house liberally sprinkled with TV cameras. At
the end of every week, one person gets evicted (the other contestants
nominate 2, then the nation votes on which one goes). The last person
remaining wins £70,000. It’s dominated the news so much today (if you really
want to know why, look at http://www.channel4.co.uk ) that we had to see
what all the fuss was about.


Danny Colyer (remove your.head to reply)
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sufficiently talented fool.

RE: Big Brother unicycle

The unicycle was a birthday present for Nicky - she was kicked out of the
house the same week she got it so you won’t get to see it again or her
progress… Ho hum.

Neil

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I saw parts of Big Brother [1] (UK TV) for the first time this evening. What a
pitiful excuse for programming. I was a mite cheesed off that they cancelled
South Park for it. Anyway, I noticed a unicycle in the corner of the room. Has
anyone followed the show enough to know whose it is, or anything at all about
unicycling activity within the house?

[1] Channel 4 programme, copied from a Dutch TV programme, where a group of
contestants live together in a house liberally sprinkled with TV cameras. At
the end of every week, one person gets evicted (the other contestants
nominate 2, then the nation votes on which one goes). The last person
remaining wins #70,000. It’s dominated the news so much today (if you really
want to know why, look at http://www.channel4.co.uk ) that we had to see
what all the fuss was about.


Danny Colyer (remove your.head to reply)
http://www.speedy5.freeserve.co.uk/danny/danny.html Nothing is foolproof to a
sufficiently talented fool.