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Kenny buried by ITV and dug up by the BBC.
BBC Doors (with Terry Wogan).
Gizzard Puke - jewish santa.
Two Old Ladies (with Billy Connolly).
Politician - public media.
Cupid - cannes film festival.
Designer Jeans (with Bob Geldof).
BBC Shopping List.
Kenny meets Sting.
Gizzard Puke - starting handle.
Dentist Magician 2.
Cupid - burt reynolds.
Scots Ice Cream sketch (with Billy Connolly and David Frost).
Buster Keaton Homage by Barney Shamrock.
Photo Booth (with Bob Geldof).
Shoot the Dog.
Arab Ice Cream sketch (with Billy Connolly and David Frost).
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During the second "Dentist Magician" sketch, writer Ray Cameron can be seen pretending to be one of the dummys in the fake audience.
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Towards the end of the "Two Old Ladies" sketch, Billy Connolly starts to laugh, which causes Kenny to take off his pearl necklace and drop it in Billy's cup of tea.
The 'Two Old Ladies' are parodies of the UK female impersonator duo Hinge and Bracket, who were popular during the 1970s - early 1990s.