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29 October 2008

Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand : Why we're saying "Sack the sick sods!"



Brand and Ross: BBC statement

BBC director general Mark Thompson has suspended presenters
Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand following the row over their prank phone calls to Fawlty Towers [Manuel] actor Andrew Sachs on Radio 2.

The move was announced in this statement:

What we really want to know is why the big-bods at the BBC took so bloody long. And, at the end of the day whether or not these two turds will be summarily turfed out on their unarguably undeservedly, obscenely overpaid arses.

And in case anyone hasn't yet heard,
THIS is why. Talk about a tardy transcript , eh?

Shame on the pair of these perverted pricks. May the louts lead the rest of their lousy lives in extremely "interesting times." At least.

UPDATE : Russell Brand has resigned.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

These two have been seing how far they could go for a long time. Well now they should be told ~ this time they've gone too far.

I read the transcript. It's disgusting, and Ross was worse than the other fool. Then as if that wasn't bad enough, to call the girls grandfather and leave such filth on his answer-machine ... well it beneath contempt.

As are those responsible for allowing all this filth to be broadcast. After all, it wasn't even "live".

4:44 pm  
Anonymous bootlean said...

I agree. Other heads should roll too.

5:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to be honest this has gone to far now. both of them were in the wrong there is no denying that, but come on the media and the people who have jumped on this band wagon (i.e. the 2 of you)are acting as if they went round to mr sachs home and beat him up.

they are talented individuals, jonathan ross is a big asset to the bbc and i would hate to see him go.

1:09 am  

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