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Can't remember and it's bugging me!

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Postby bluedonkey » July 31st, 2020, 7:07 pm

I'm trying to recall what programme this scene came from.

UK comedy sketch or sitcom. Scene is Dragons Den with the characters making a completely disastrous presentation which shows their product to be absolutely worthless. Ends with the punchline along the lines of "And we are asking for £1m for 1% of the company" or some such.

Tried Googling it but comes back with loads of hits for a Harry & Paul sketch which is a different Dragons Den spoof.

Any ideas?

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Re: Can't remember and it's bugging me!

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Postby servodude » August 1st, 2020, 6:09 am

bluedonkey wrote:I'm trying to recall what programme this scene came from.

UK comedy sketch or sitcom. Scene is Dragons Den with the characters making a completely disastrous presentation which shows their product to be absolutely worthless. Ends with the punchline along the lines of "And we are asking for £1m for 1% of the company" or some such.

Tried Googling it but comes back with loads of hits for a Harry & Paul sketch which is a different Dragons Den spoof.

Any ideas?


I think that might be the IT Crowd episode where Moss designs a bra.

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Re: Can't remember and it's bugging me!

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Postby bluedonkey » August 1st, 2020, 9:54 am

Ah yes, thank you so much! It was Roy who delivered the punch line.

I had been working my way through the plot summaries of Father Ted, Black Books, and so on but forgot about The IT Crowd.


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