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Q: When did Kula Shaker turn into Dave Boyfish and the Wheel?
A: Here:


And for those of you who havn't experianced the sheer joy of Dave Boyfish and the Wheel:

Date: 2010-01-13 03:25 am (UTC)
youngsoulrebel: photo of Gavin Friday in the bath wearing sunglasses and holding a glass of wine (Day-Dreaming)
From: [personal profile] youngsoulrebel
I've actually read somewhere that the Irish is the nation that drinks the most tea per household. I blame Mrs Doyle.

...and you're right, Dave Boyfish and the Wheel is sheer joy. :-D
Edited (added the last part.) Date: 2010-01-13 03:26 am (UTC)

Date: 2010-01-13 03:46 am (UTC)
youngsoulrebel: Father Dougal's chart displaying the differences between Dreams and Reality (Father Ted)
From: [personal profile] youngsoulrebel
I've watched all the Father Ted episodes with commentary, and apparently Mrs. Doyle is based on one of the writers' mother. And Fathers Stone and Noel are based on real priests they once met. Little-acknowledged fact is that Zardoz was produced in Ireland — in the massacre toward the end, they almost couldn't get the permit for guns and blanks, and one of the local crewmen said "oh, that shouldn't be too big a problem, my best friend is in the IRA". Fortunately, the permit passed before they called in a favour from the gun-runner.


My mate called DBATW "Half man, Half Hawkwind" - I think he may be onto something!

I can see that. I think he's on to something, as well.
Edited (icon change) Date: 2010-01-13 03:46 am (UTC)

Date: 2010-01-13 03:51 am (UTC)
youngsoulrebel: Father Dougal's chart displaying the differences between Dreams and Reality (Father Ted)
From: [personal profile] youngsoulrebel
Come to think of it, my father was a lot like Mrs. Doyle. The man had to feed everybody who came through the door.

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