Creature Comforts

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  1. Anyone else looking forward to this show? I am such a huge fan of this guy and the whole Wallace and Gromit, Serta Sheep and Chevron commercials (geek alert! I have all the cars in the collection and a stuffed Serta sheep. :shame:smile:
  2. I love that show! (I love the guys, I love Wallace & Gromit!) It used to air on Comedy Central.

  3. I love how all the animals are being 'interviewed' about aspects of their lives.

    [episode - Feeding Time]
    Seagull 2: English food is very bland isn't it?
    Seagull 1: Yeah, but I'm not I'm not terribly spicy, I'm not, well, i like spices but the spices don't like me, know what I mean?
    Seagull 2: I like spices, and I like all kinds, and there's nothing round here anyway, is there?

    [episode - Feeding Time]
    The Greyhound: The main staple diet for runners is... [race starts]

    [episode - The Garden]
    Sid the rat: It's got a shed, which I'm really made up about, 'cause I've, like, always wanted a shed, all my life and now I've got one.
    Nancy the rat: to read pornography in.
    Sid the rat: No, not to read pornography in, but I've got a radio and listen to the football results with a paraffin heater in fingerless gloves.

    [episode - Working Animals]
    The Cockroach: You know, you hear about chefs being crazy, he was crazy, he would throw knives around, you know, thankfully I didn't have a lot of dealings with him, 'cause I was, you know, dealing with other, sort of, areas in the hotel, but I just kept out of his way. My friend got it in the neck.

    [episode - Working Animals]
    The Greyhound: It can be stressful, yes, as a runner because you strive to-
    [race starts]

    [episode - The Circus]
    The Black Horse: [discussing clowns and slapstick] If it's badly done it can be very sad.
    The White Horse: It's totally embarassing, yeah, I don't like clowns
    The Black Horse: If it doesn't work out you feel pity for them and that's like so awful.

    [episode - Pets at the vets]
    Sid the rat: I'm the kind of person who's a bit of a hypochondriac and if I get a little nagging pain I automatically think it's something really serious, but then I never go to the doctor.
    Nancy the rat: And you never shut up about it either.
    Sid the rat: I know. It's just a typical bloke thing really.
    Nancy the rat: It's not.
    Sid the rat: Shall we row about this now?