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And here is where you can find select screens from Season 15 of HIGNFY.

You can view them all here:
http://s857.photobucket.com/albums/ab138/Shinigami518/HIGNFY%20Season%2016/

Warning, the photos are very disorganized. Blame Photobucket and how it loaded the pictures.

Here are some of the goodies you may find.
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Next time I have interest, I'll go on with Season 17: Stephen Fry, drug jokes, and....

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Paul: “Ah, ah! Here we go, here we go! (Laughs) Eight years it took to get this gag on the screen.”
Ian: “I can’t believe we did this!”
 
 
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Yes, I've been slacking off on posting these things, but here's the next season of the Paul Project.

Have I Got News For You
Season 16: Sooty hats, M*************n, and ties 
Names in Bold denote the winner of that episode

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Next post will be the picspam of this season.
 
 
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09 August 2010 @ 01:02 am
www.californiachronicle.com/articles/yb/148391183

PAUL'S 20 MINUTES OF FAME ; Quick-thinking Merton has just moments to prepare improv gig beforehitting stage
By STEVE HENDRY

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21 July 2010 @ 12:49 am
www.tvthrong.co.uk/paul-mertons-birth-hollywood

Coming to BBC2...

Marking Hollywood's 100th anniversary, Paul Merton travels to America to explore how the language of cinema, and the blueprint for the contemporary film industry, were laid down in the age of silent film.

Through Paul's passion for, and knowledge of, early cinema, the series builds on the success of his previous series Silent Clowns, Paul Merton Looks At Alfred Hitchcock and Paul Merton's Weird And Wonderful World Of Early Cinema.

Driven by narrative sequences shot in today's Hollywood, Paul finds out how much modern film-makers owe to the pioneers.

Searching through the archives of the big film studios, interviewing actors, producers and directors in Hollywood, he aims to reunite cinema with its creative origins in a tribute to a century of Hollywood film-making.

 
 
And here is where you can find select screens from Season 15 of HIGNFY.

You can view them all here:
http://s857.photobucket.com/albums/ab138/Shinigami518/HIGNFY%20Season%2015/

Warning, the photos are very disorganized. Blame Photobucket and how it loaded the pictures.

Here are some of the goodies you may find.
Check under the hoodCollapse )

Next up, if I am still in the mood, is Season 16. With Tom Baker, Peter M*******n, Sooty hats, and...

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Ian: “Oh my God!” Paul: (at the same time) “Oh my God almighty!” Ian: “Now that is widescreen!” Paul: (laughs) “Absolutely!”
 
 
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Yes, I haven't posted one of these in a long time.  To tell you the truth, I've lost interest in donig these.  Mostly due to other things in my life conflicting with continuing this.

But I'm back again and here to post the next part of the Paul Project!

Have I Got News For You
Season 15: Boris!!!  Plus lol's and Mr. Sergeant
Names in Bold denote the winner of that episode

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Next post will be the picspam of this season.
 
 
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29 April 2010 @ 04:00 pm
In case you haven't heard - if you're fortunate enough to live in the UK, Paul's going to be guest-hosting The One Show next Thursday. That's all folks! :)

www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/apr/27/paul-merton-the-one-show
 
 
24 April 2010 @ 11:47 pm
Just wanted to let you know that Paul's done an interview with Danny Baker. I haven't checked if it's the sort that can be found on iPlayer but it's available as a podcast if you fancy having a listen.
 
 
 
13 April 2010 @ 10:43 am
A new interview with Paul has just popped up online. A good read, mostly about Impro Chums but plenty of other stuff too.

http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/stage/comedy/article7095651.ece