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Old 28-04-2007, 15:32
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It's weird seeing this thread bumped up. I was dreaming of Madeley last night

Me, Ricky Gervais, and Madeley were on the set of R&J and there were huge ceramic baths full of maltesers which myself and Ricky Gervais were diving into, Madeley was just trying to interview Ricky.

I won't go on, as other peoples dreams rarely seem interesting ! But I put this down to the fact I was painting until 1:30am. The fumes must have messed with my head. Hopefully it won't happen again
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Old 28-04-2007, 17:47
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Originally Posted by minimalistmatt
It's weird seeing this thread bumped up. I was dreaming of Madeley last night

Me, Ricky Gervais, and Madeley were on the set of R&J and there were huge ceramic baths full of maltesers which myself and Ricky Gervais were diving into, Madeley was just trying to interview Ricky.

I won't go on, as other peoples dreams rarely seem interesting ! But I put this down to the fact I was painting until 1:30am. The fumes must have messed with my head. Hopefully it won't happen again
If that'd happened in my dream I wouldn't have been responsible for my actions
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Old 28-04-2007, 17:56
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Originally Posted by nextloislane
Stargazy Spy

When not presenting 'Richard and Judy', 'The National Book Awards' and that horrible show where people remove their dignity and cravenly beg for money on air, Richard Madeley and his lovely wife Judy spend time at their holiday home in Polperro in Cornwall. Richard spends his free time growing his hair and getting back to nature, like one of those crazy hippies, refusing to shave and being a bit of an all round free spirit.

But Richard also treats his body like a temple (leaving the shoes on the outside - Hurley take note) and takes regularly jogs around the sleepy hamlet, keen to remain anonymous in his 'down time'. Odd then, that he wears the brightest possible fluorescent shirt and hat, topping it off with wraparound mirror shades, a bit like a clown version of Bono.

Richard's jogging style is somewhat unusual as well. Fearing the long lenses of the paparazzi might catch him looking sweaty, Richard tends to sprint for a few seconds before diving behind a telephone box, hedge or any other obstacle and peering out, checking to see if he's been spotted. He then resumes his run for another forty seconds before the next bout of hiding. A little like Alan Partridge preparing for his Bank Holiday Bond-athon...

(from holy moly mailout)
I very nearly weed at this. God I love this thread !

I think an organised summer trip to Polperro is in order !
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Old 29-04-2007, 22:44
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Originally Posted by KittyLitter
I very nearly weed at this. God I love this thread !

I think an organised summer trip to Polperro is in order !

Good idea *digs out camera for spot of Madeley-baiting*
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Old 30-04-2007, 10:56
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Originally Posted by glitterbug
Good idea *digs out camera for spot of Madeley-baiting*
Is he worth it? I say don't bully him, ignore him instead
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Old 30-04-2007, 11:43
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I think Kitty's idea is a good one.

Anyone willing to chip in for the hire of a coach?
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Old 30-04-2007, 12:11
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yes and we need one with a loudspeaker, like the ones you go round los angeles in "and on the right, we have t.v. presenter richard madeley lurking in the undergrowth..........."
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Old 30-04-2007, 12:18
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Originally Posted by nextloislane
yes and we need one with a loudspeaker, like the ones you go round los angeles in "and on the right, we have t.v. presenter richard madeley lurking in the undergrowth..........."
Excellent!

If we get enough cash perhaps we could hire David Walliams in his coach guide character from Little Britain - 'And on the left we have the house where Richard first took Judy up the wrong'un......'
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Old 30-04-2007, 14:16
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We could always hire Alistair McGowan to lurk in the bushes so the punters don't get disappointed. His Madeley is sublime !
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Old 30-04-2007, 15:02
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We will also need to stand around any telephone box he chooses to hide in, during one of his runs, and point. Then when we've flushed him out, chuck bic razors at him while shouting "Ahhhh haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa".....

By that time, if we havent been arrested, we can pop in to visit Judy, hold her shaking hands and tell her that it's okay, we understand that her visible shaking is, in fact, murderous rage and we feel for her.

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Old 30-04-2007, 21:25
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Originally Posted by Woowookid
Excellent!

If we get enough cash perhaps we could hire David Walliams in his coach guide character from Little Britain - 'And on the left we have the house where Richard first took Judy up the wrong'un......'
please, please dont ever make me think of that again!
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Old 30-04-2007, 21:27
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Originally Posted by minimalistmatt
We could always hire Alistair McGowan to lurk in the bushes so the punters don't get disappointed. His Madeley is sublime !
have you seen it when he's on the show, he wears exactly what dick is wearing and it's freaky. richard goes along with the joke (hahahahah i've got a sense of humour i can laugh at myself ) but his monumental ego is bubbling just under the surface (i don't do that, do i ?)







lol, i've just been reminded of the time he had ray winston's actress daughter on, i think her name was jamie or something? anyway, he gave her the cheesy leer as per, then said 'oh you are so beautiful, you actually look just like your old man only good looking"

lol

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Old 30-04-2007, 21:41
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Originally Posted by nextloislane
he gave her the cheesy leer as per, then said 'oh you are so beautiful, you actually look just like your old man only good looking"
lol
What a loser! It's not difficult to see why this thread will go on into infinity the way this bloke contravenes human existence!
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Old 04-05-2007, 21:21
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An Apology

Responsible types that we are, we have to acknowledge that a major mistake was made in the story published last week about Richard Madeley acting like a ******** on the streets of Polperro.

Richard Madeley actually acts like a ******** along the streets of Polruan. Sorry for any offence caused. Except to Richard.

(holy moly mailout today)
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Old 15-05-2007, 12:58
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Well it looks like Judy is thinking of retiring, so I await with baited breath for an unleashed Richard to out-Partridge himself in the very near future

(sorry, this post was just an excuse to bump this thread back up cos I luv it so much !)
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Old 15-05-2007, 13:53
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[quote=KittyLitter;14554621]Well it looks like Judy is thinking of retiring, so I await with baited breath for an unleashed Richard to out-Partridge himself in the very near future

(sorry, this post was just an excuse to bump this thread back up cos I luv it so much !)[/QUOTE]

3 cheers for kittylitter!you've jsut made my day
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Old 01-06-2007, 19:59
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Comman-DOH!

One thing you should consider when Richard Madeley does his Ali G impression in that shiny yellow shellsuit:

Richard never, repeat NEVER wears underwear. The back of those trousers probably look like a over-ripe banana. Ugh! And when in his tuxedo and handing over the Man Booker prize, imagine a pair of golden globes swinging gently in the breeze. Savour that over the weekend.




from today's holymoly

(a.k.a. a shameless bump)
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Old 19-06-2007, 12:07
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thought i'd give this another bump because

the mad-ley is back on telly

all hair, tan and teeth, and dressed like miami vice meets jason king in some kind of beige lounge suit.

hooray!

and it looks like judy hasn't retired yet (didn't think so!)

she has told him off already. he told a whole anecdote about his mother and how she has a strong need to control her own kitchen (!) and once she allowed his sister to prepare christmas/sunday lunch in there, but ended up being unable to resist going in and interfering etc....."didn't she judy, she did, she has to be in control all the time, hhaaaa haaa" (so it's genetic then)

"no she doesn't" said st jude, with a puzzled look on her face, as if she didn't recognise this story at all, while the studio guests look on in bemusement.

love it.
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Old 19-06-2007, 12:22
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lol - he's back!!

It seems that Dickie has adopted a new style icon in the form of Sonny Crockett. And what is going on with that hair??

Old Jude looks as if she is going to be carted off to the old folks' home at any point. Somebody put them out of their misery please.
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Old 19-06-2007, 12:41
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Has he got a strong point?
I don't know, you'd better ask Judy
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Old 19-06-2007, 12:50
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I think we've heard enough about Richard's strong points already.
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Old 19-06-2007, 12:52
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Did anyone see last series when James Morrison was on? It is the night of The Brits and Richard asks him how he feels about being up for an award. He is on about his gravelly voice as well and then he goes, "Ooh! Hang on! Can I just say something?" Judy looks a bit puzzled by this point. He then says to James, "You've gone from gritty - to Britty!" James joins Judy in looking puzzled now. Richard then punches the air - obviously chuffed to bits with himself for being so clever and witty - and says, "Partridge lives!"

I nearly wet myself!!
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Old 19-06-2007, 17:25
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Did anyone see last series when James Morrison was on? It is the night of The Brits and Richard asks him how he feels about being up for an award. He is on about his gravelly voice as well and then he goes, "Ooh! Hang on! Can I just say something?" Judy looks a bit puzzled by this point. He then says to James, "You've gone from gritty - to Britty!" James joins Judy in looking puzzled now. Richard then punches the air - obviously chuffed to bits with himself for being so clever and witty - and says, "Partridge lives!"

I nearly wet myself!!
I saw that nearly drowned the wife in a spray of tea. He's obviously proud of the AP association
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Old 19-06-2007, 17:30
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I think he has as good as admitted it. Alan Partridge is his icon.
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Old 19-06-2007, 20:46
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Did anyone see last series when James Morrison was on? It is the night of The Brits and Richard asks him how he feels about being up for an award. He is on about his gravelly voice as well and then he goes, "Ooh! Hang on! Can I just say something?" Judy looks a bit puzzled by this point. He then says to James, "You've gone from gritty - to Britty!" James joins Judy in looking puzzled now. Richard then punches the air - obviously chuffed to bits with himself for being so clever and witty - and says, "Partridge lives!"

I nearly wet myself!!
do you think he read digital spy?

or even worse........do you think he's one of the posters?

because he would definitely post on a thread about himself, it would be so his style

in fact, it's me, that's why i keep bumping it up......
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