Sunday, September 09, 2007

Risk it For a Biscuit

I'm really starting to miss Saturday morning TV, since TMi really isn't appealing to me. I mean proper TV, like the first series of the BBC version of Saturday Show. But none of the weak crap with Angellica Bell and whatshisface who now presents Experimental, I mean the good stuff with Dani Behr and Joe Mace*. The kind of programme which can make kids cry.

A nice cruel game called Risk. The rules are quite simple, take in a prized possession when you visit the Saturday Show studio, get picked to play the game and then choose to risk your fluffy teddy bear you have had since you were a newborn for a signed Backstreet Boys toilet seat cover.

You will then have your poor stuffed bear stuck on a conveyor belt, heading straight towards a metal chute with six circular saws sticking through it in a cartoon-esque style.

You then have to complete a wire maze, spelled out in the word "RiSK". If you finish it within the time limit, Winnie the Pooh will be taken off the belt and you will also win the crapper cover.

If you don't, a grim end will come to Pooh.

*I didn't mind the Fearne Cotton series, mainly because it was Fearne Cotton.

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