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C&G 161 Apr 2009
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Posted by bretta 12/04/2009

Index

» Apr 2009

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       *   THE GOODIES FAN CLUB CLARION AND GLOBE   *
       **********************************************
 
 
    * THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF 'THE GOODIES RULE - OK!' *
             (http://www.goodiesruleok.com )
 
 
Issue No. 161                   12th April 2009
 
 
THE LADS AND LASSES OF THE C&G
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EDITOR
- Brett Allender <clarion@goodiesruleok.com>
 
ACE REPORTER:
- Lisa Manekofsky
 
MUSIC REVIEWER:
- Linda Kay
 
C&G CONTRIBUTORS:
- Jenny_Gibbon, Raymond, Sosia, Alex, Steve Gerlach, Linda, Alison Bean, Garry Johnstone
 
CONTENTS
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1. QUIZ & QUOTE - Goodies brainteasers for you and you and you
2. BOFFO IDEAS - The latest club news and happenings
3. SPOTTED!!! - The latest Goodies sightings.
4. 2001 AND A BIT - Tim, Graeme and Bill sightings post-Goodies.
5. GOODIES MUSIC REVIEW #38 – Baby Samba
6. GOODIES CROSSWORD PUZZLE
7. QUIZ & QUOTE ANSWERS
 
 
1. QUIZ & QUOTE
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(by "Magnus Magnesium")
 
QUOTE: "I'll take over the world, the universe, Mars, maybe even the Radio Times …!"
 
(a) Which Goody says this quote?
(b) How is he planning to do this?
(c) Which episode is this quote from?
 
QUIZ: This month's questions are from the episode "Chubby Chumps"
(d) What is the name of the DJ whose program Tim is constantly listening to?
(e) What does Bill throw at the framed photo of Tim on the wall?
(f) Which dishwashing liquid does Graeme do a sales pitch for, only for it to squirt all over Bill's face?
(g) Who plays "Lionel Bleeah" in the dance routine at the 'Miss Housewife Of The Year' contest?
(h) Which housewife contestant does Graeme introduce by saying "Lord have Mersey."?
 
The answers are listed at the end of this newsletter.
 
 
2. BOFFO IDEAS
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You can make it happen here. Liven up the club with a boffo idea for bob-a-job week. E-mail <enquiries@goodiesruleok.com> with your comments, ideas or suggestions - meanwhile these are the boffo ideas which our club has been working on this month:
 
 
WEBSITE POLLS
 
Our poll last month asked whether there was a bigger baddie than Big Bunny, a nastier person than Nasty Person or anyone meaner than the Matron ... and indeed there was! A whole infestation of Rolfs in fact, who no doubt got the lion's share of the votes due to their incessant wobbleboard playing, doing rotten paintings all over everything and breeding up to plague proportions in the window box.
 
Who was The Goodies most villainous villain?
 
- Nasty Person/The Music Master 24 votes
- Cecily                                     8 votes
- Dr. Petal (The Baddies)                   19 votes
- The Matron (Way Outward Bound)             6 votes
- The Local Planner from Solihull (Camelot) 1 vote 
- Big Bunny                                 13 votes
- Baron O'Beef (The Race)                    5 votes
- The Mirth Inspectors (Goodies Rule-OK?)    3 votes
- other                                      2 votes
- The Plague of Rolf Harrises               49 votes
Total                                      130 votes
 
This month's poll might also draw a heavy vote for Rolf (or preferably something heavy to fall on top of him!) as he's one of only four options, albeit very good ones:
 
Do you prefer the episodes in which the Goodies are hired for a job by a guest star or the episodes in which the trio create their own loony adventures?
- Hired by a guest star
- The Goodies create their own adventures
- No preference
- Either, as long as it involves Rolf H.
 
So before you get asked to make a gender education film by Mrs Desiree Carthorse (that nobody is allowed to watch) or take the lead role in Macbeth Meets Truffaut The Wonder Dog (that nobody should be allowed to watch!), pop into the website and cast your vote today. You know it makes sense!
 
 
3. SPOTTED!!!
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More exciting than getting your wig-spotters badge! If you've seen the Goodies recently, e-mail <clarion@goodiesruleok.com> with the details. Here's where we've Spotted!!! the Goodies this month:
 
GOODIES RESCREENINGS – SKY NZ
(Lisa Manekofsky – 23rd & 31st Mar)
 
Thanks to Raymond for posting the following news in the www.goodiesruleok.com  forums.
Sky are introducing a new Comedy channel (replacing their channel 'alt') on April 1st; it will be airing episodes of The Goodies. 
Looking through the latest TV Guide (in NZ), it appears:
Sky 10 (Comedy Central)
Thursday: 1pm --> 1:30pm
Sunday:    7pm --> 7:30pm
 The first Sunday episode is listed as being the first Goodies episode (Beefeaters), so I'm guessing they are starting at the beginning, with the first showing of an episode on the Thursday, and a repeat the following Sunday.
  They have a 30min slot for the programme -- so it's not likely to be the original 30 minute BBC broadcast, but the cut-down episodes for ad-based
Channels, though hopefully I'm wrong.
 Since Sky NZ is an off branch of Sky Australia, we'll probably be getting what was screened in Australia a while ago.
 
 
GOODIES RESCREENINGS – COMEDY CHANNEL
(Lisa Manekofsky – 2nd Apr)
 
* various dates & times - The Comedy Channel in Australia occasionally is repeating episodes of "The Goodies". Consult their website (at http://www.comedychannel.com.au/WhatsOn/Detail.aspx?id=211 ) for details about any episodes coming up in the next 7 days. 
 
 
GOODIES GOOD FRIDAY
(Lisa Manekofsky – 5th Apr)
 
This coming Friday (April 10th) The Comedy Channel (in Australia) will be having a "Goodies Good Friday" which consists of a marathon of the first and second series of the show.
 
Date            Time            Episode 
Fri 10/04       8:30AM          The Tower of London
Fri 10/04       9:05AM          Snooze Calendar
Fri 10/04       9:36AM          Sporting Goodies
Fri 10/04       10:09AM         Cecily
Fri 10/04       10:42AM         The Greenies
Fri 10/04       11:15AM         Wicked Waltzing
Fri 10/04       11:49AM         The Lost Tribe of the Orinoco
Fri 10/04       12:22PM         The Stolen Musicians
Fri 10/04       12:55PM         Radio Goodies
Fri 10/04       1:29PM          Farm Fresh Food
Fri 10/04       2:04PM          Women's Lib
Fri 10/04       2:39PM          Sex and Violence
Fri 10/04       3:14PM          The Baddies
 
 
4. 2001 AND A BIT
*****************
 
If you've sighted Tim, Bill or Graeme in a post-Goodies role, e-mail <clarion@goodiesruleok.com> so that we can tell everyone where to spot a Goodie nowadays. Those of you seeking radio and tv alerts between issues of the C&G should consider signing up for the Goodies-l mailing list (more details available on the club website), as our crack (cracked?!) team of reporters attempt to post alerts as the information becomes available.
 
** (All items in this section contributed by Lisa Manekofsky, except where otherwise credited) **
 
 
BILL SPOTTINGS
 
* Bill Oddie, or at least his voice, will be appearing in ads for Cereal firm Jordans. 
The following is an excerpt from the article at MarketingWeek (http://www.marketingweek.co.uk/cgi-bin/item.cgi?id=64659&d=254&h=260&f=3 ):
Jordans launches Bill Oddie voiced campaign
16-Mar-09
Jordans is set to launch its first major television campaign for four years today (March 16) featuring the voice of Bill Oddie. The 30 second spot, created by VCCP, is for Jordans Country Crisp brand and aims to highlight the attention that goes into each box of the cereal. The animated commercial uses the strapline 'You can taste we care' and focuses of how Jordans sources oats from trusted farmers.
The ad follows last year's VCCP-created print campaign and features the voice of BBC Spring Watch presenter and former Goodie Oddie.
(18th Mar)
 
 
* Thurs, 2 Apr-Sat, 4 Apr - "Birding with Bill Oddie" is being repeated at various times on UKTV Gardens; please check your local listings for details.
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Fri, 3 Apr - "Bill Oddie Goes Wild" is being repeated on Blighty from 10:00-11:00 and again in the evening from 18:00-19:00.
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Sat, 4 Apr - "SMart!" on CBBC at 10:00-11:00. Bill is scheduled to be a guest in this episode. The show is repeated on Tues, 14 Apr at 17:15.
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Sun, 12 Apr - "The Truth about Killer Dinosaurs", presented by Bill, is repeated on Eden from 12:00-14:00 and again at 17:00-19:00.
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Tues, 14 Apr - "Who Do You Think You Are" on Blighty at 15:00 is a repeat of the episode featuring Bill Oddie. The show is repeated at 22:00 and again Weds morning at 02:00.
(2nd Apr)
 
 
GRAEME SPOTTINGS
 
* Thanks to Jenny_Gibbon for the following info:
Graeme's episode of "I Did it My Way" is being repeated on Saturday (March 21st) at 9am and 8pm on BBC7 (www.bbc.co.uk/radio7 ). It should be available from Listen Again for a week after broadcast.
(18th Mar)
 
 
* The new series of "The Unbelievable Truth" starts this coming Monday (23 March) on BBC Radio 4 at 18:30. Graeme will be one of the panelists in the first episode (along with Lucy Porter, Chris Addison, and Clive Anderson).
The show can be heard online at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4  and will be available on Listen Again for a week after broadcast.
(20th Mar)
 
 
* Thanks to Sosia for the following info:
Tickets for the final recording in the current series of "The Unbelievable Truth" have been re-listed at http://shows.external.bbc.co.uk/help/shows/the_unbelievable_truth  
The recording is 6.30pm tomorrow evening (26 Mar) at the Shaw Theatre in London. 
(25th Mar)
 
 
* Just listened to two episodes of Graeme & Barry's The Long Hot Satsuma... a radio comedy program of which, according to the BBC, only two episodes survive. I find this strange, seeing it wasn't a programme aired in the 60s, but much later when programmes - I'm assuming - would have been properly archived. Anyway, it's quite funny and - I'm assuming again - copies of the scripts for all the episodes must exist. Can someone ask Graeme or Barry if it's possible for copies of these scripts to be released to the world, so we can at least read some comedy brilliance which seems to be missing in the archives?
(Steve Gerlach – 25th Mar)
 
 
* According to this website - http://www.the-medium-is-not-enough.com/2009/04/may_at_the_bfi.php  - Graeme will be the interviewing Armando Ianucci at the BFI in London on May 9th.
It is to be a career interview in which Ianucci talks about his TV work.
Tickets will be on sale from 11.30am on Tuesday 7 April to BFI members, and a week later to non-members. Well worth joining the BFI for anyone else interested, as I doubt many tickets will still be available after a week!
(Lisa Manekofsky & Garry Johnstone - 2nd Apr)
 
 
* Mon- Fri, 6 Apr - 17 Apr - "What The Dickens?" is being repeated at various times on Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts 1 HD during this period. The repeats start with the first series (in which Tim was one of the team captains) and then go into the second series (during which Graeme was a guest in one episode).
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Mondays - "The Unbelievable Truth" on BBC Radio 4 at 18:30, repeated Sundays at noon. The show can be heard worldwide via the internet from www.bbc.co.uk/radio4; each episode will be available for a week after broadcast from Listen Again at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007mf4f . Note that currently Series 3 Episode 1 (with Graeme) is still available for 3 more days while Series 3 Episode 2 (the most recent episode) will be available through Monday.
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Thursdays - "The Right Time" - the third series, whose cast includes Graeme, is being repeated on BBC Radio 7 at 08:30 (repeated later in the day). It can be heard from Listen Again at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b009x2pj  
(2nd Apr)
 
 
* Graeme will be one of the panelists in Monday's edition of BBC Radio 4's "The Unbelievable Truth". The other panelists are Lucy Porter, Chris Addison, and Clive Anderson (plus David Mitchell is the chair). The show can be heard online from www.bbc.co.uk/radio4
Publicity photos of the cast can be seen at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007mf4f  
(5th Apr)
 
 
* We have a clip from the episode of "If I Ruled The World" with Graeme and Tim on the GROK YouTube Channel, as well as other clips from the series (not necessarily the episode Tim was on, though):
(Linda Kay – 6th Apr)
 
 
* The Listen Again link on Radio 4's website for "The Unbelievable Truth" is finally working as well. Assuming it keeps working, the show can be heard directly from http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b00jhp5b  (in addition to the link Linda kindly provided at http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NBLNWXYC ).
(8th Apr)
 
 
TIM SPOTTINGS
 
* Thanks to Alex for passing along the info that Tim will be in tonight's episode of "Horne & Corden" on BBC Three at 10:20pm.
The show originally aired on the 24th then was repeated on the 25th.
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8LIZ8TD6  is the link for the show
If you haven't seen it, I've put it on You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzwNPuRDm8Q
(from information provided by Lisa Manekofsky, Linda, and Alison Bean – 25-29th Mar)
 
 
I'M SORRY I HAVEN'T A CLUE (ISIHAC) and
I'M SORRY I'LL READ THAT AGAIN (ISIRTA)
 
* Thursdays - "Hamish & Dougal: You'll Have Had Your Tea" series 1 is being repeated by BBC Radio 7 on 22:45 on Thursdays. The show can be heard worldwide via the internet from www.bbc.co.uk/radio7 ; each episode will be available for a week after broadcast from Listen Again at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00jr5r9  
(2nd Apr)
 
 
5. GOODIES MUSIC REVIEW #38 – BABY SAMBA
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Hi there pop pickers and welcome to another Goodies Music Review.
 
WHO?
 
After the previous music review of "Spring Spring Spring", Peaches Stiletto (aka Linda Kay) had no sooner finished throwing her window high and letting the good clean air refresh her room after all those stale puns and mouldy jokes when a quick tiptoe through her garden sweet in squelchy wellie boots brought her undone in a big way. An unfortunate tumble into the blind mole's nocturnal hole ("aaargh, wrong hole!", not that he was complaining too much!) not only made the hyena laugh and the cockatoo blow her a raspberry, but ensured that she wouldn't be "spring spring springing" around anywhere until at least next fall (which is what the vulture on her shoulder is *really* waiting for!)
Meanwhile Emperor Caligula (aka Brett Allender) had been patiently waiting at the back of the very long queue in the meadow to feel the springs of joy, while also giving that five-baa gate and its contents a few rather sheepish glances as well out of shear baa-dom. However like all of the other little boys in the queue, he started growing pimples and when he gave one of them a big squeeze he blew his head clean off. It had been hoped that this mind-blowing incident might have actually raised his IQ to a number higher than his shoe size but regrettably he has since replaced his ugly mug with a Nicholas Parsons mask, leaving a trail of displaced wigs and extremely annoyed fish in his wake right across the countryside. So before he decides to make a late entry for the Trendsetters Ball, we'll immediately cross to the Loch Jaw School's Way Outward Bound Amazon Campus and your diaper-bolical DJs with their review of "BABY SAMBA" by The Goodies.
 
WHERE? WHEN?
 
"Baby Samba " can be heard on the 70s albums "The New Goodies LP" and "The Goodies Greatest Hits", plus the CD "Yum Yum – The Very Best Of The Goodies"
 
WHAT?
 
Lyrics: sung by Bill with the initial narration by Tim
 
(Narration:) Once upon a time, not a long time ago … well, quite a long time ago actually, there were three adorable little babies, the most adorable little babies you ever did see. It was us actually and we were sitting in our prams outside a supermarket while our boring old mothers were buying Jenson interceptors, caviar, New Goodies LP, that sort of thing. Well we got bored, so little Graeme, he started tapping his rusk on the side of his pram. Then Timbo, talented Timbo, started shaking his rattle, and then William, he joined in on his toy drum, regular clever dick, wasn't he?! Anyway despite him, we got a whole thing going …
 
Shake a rattle, shake a bella, shake a string of peas
Shake yourself and keep the rhythm, that is all it needs
Every baby does the samba, when he shakes that thing
Long before he's started talking, he has learned to sing
 
[CHORUS]
(Poochy poochy poochy poo) I've got a song to play
(Poochy poochy poochy poo) I sing a lot of the day
(Poochy poochy poochy poo) It's so easy to do
(Poochy poochy poochy poo) Da-da
 
From Brazil to Venezuela, London to Peru
Baby talk's a common language, anyone can do
Take a lesson from the baby, listen to a song
And with just a little practice, you can sing along
 
[REPEAT CHORUS – with final line of (Poochy poochy poochy poo) Ooh!]
 
Ba-ba-ba- baby samba, Ba-ba-ba- baby samba, Ba-ba-ba- baby samba, [baby talk]
Ba-ba-ba- baby samba, Ba-ba-ba- baby samba, Ba-ba-ba- baby samba, [baby talk]
 
(Narration:) Then little William picked up his toy whistle and began to play.
 
[INSTRUMENTAL BREAK]
 
Shake a rattle, shake a bella, shake a string of peas
Shake yourself and keep the rhythm, that is all it needs
Every baby does the samba, when he shakes that thing
Long before he's started talking, he has learned to sing
 
[REPEAT CHORUS – with final line of (Poochy poochy poochy poo) One more time!]
 
[REPEAT CHORUS]
 
[Harmonies of "Poochy poochy poochy poo" and "Ba-ba-ba- baby samba" with additional comments such as "Are those your sisters?", "They're something", "I don't like them" etc as the sound fades]
 
WHY?
 
(Peaches Stiletto):
Babies . . . love 'em or not, you gotta admit that these mini-people in plastic pants have it pretty good. They're fed, they're cradled to sleep . . . they don't even have sit on the toilet to do their doo dahs! Their servants-in-waiting are willing to handle even that end of things. So it's no surprise that babies have plenty to dance about; they're just so happy they have it made (either that or they might be suffering from a bout of diaper rash, which would make them equally antsy.) Bill Oddie seems to have tuned into what babies are really all about . . . bottles and boogie! Turns out that they're little meaningless gyrations actually have a great deal of depth and soul, and man can they shake their rattles! While moms may play Bach or Brahams toward their wombs in the hopes of creating another Einstein, the kicks and turns within prove beyond a doubt that babies would prefer to be soothed with Latin rhythms instead. And after being cooped up in cramped quarters for nine months, they gotta move, and the waltz just isn't gonna do it. As tiny Tim, bitty Bill and gram-sized Graham explain in this pint-sized ditty, anyone can let loose and shake, shake, shake their groove thing to a samba beat. Don't have a rattle? Use your car keys! You'll find the Baby Samba quite liberating. It's just a shame such talented tykes have woefully negligent mothers . . . leaving their babies in prams outside the supermarket while they're shopping? I think child protective services would like to hear more about that! Maybe these tiny tots would do better being exploited on Pop Idol. Poochy poochy poo . . . take that, Simon!
 
(Emperor Caligula):
Forgive me if I seem a bit rattled, but this is the one and only Goodies song that makes me go (goo goo) ga-ga, but in a less than enjoyable manner, I kid you tot. While I've rash-ionalised that the long-winded intro is sort of (teddy) bear-able, it's the endless sugary burbles of "Poochy poochy poochy poo" that most sticks on my nerves like stale baby puke does on the back car seat. I'm afraid this song would have me screaming and crying throughout the night like a delinquent infant if I had to listen to it with any great frequency; in fact it'd definitely send me (to the) potty. Where's Sergeant Major Bullcock to bellow "Baaaabies! Shut Up!!" when you desperately need him!
Admittedly it does have the odd redeeming feature such as the catchy samba-styled instrumental break, although even this conjures up images of toothless tykes in loudly-patterned bibs and long-legged white nappies shaking maraccas and tinkling away at (or all over) the piano. No doubt they'd be gurgling out South American favourites such as "I Go To Wee-O" and a little bit of "Mama # 5" … or is that "Nappy Lotion # 9" …? Who knows, I haven't learned to count on all my pinkies yet either! 
Anyway without wishing to be (or have) a wet blanket or to seem like a grumpy old curmudgeon, it's my least favourite Goodies song and I'll cry if I want to (Waaahh!) whenever I have the misfortune to listen to it. Honestly though, I really love babies … but I couldn't possibly eat a whole one!
 
HOW!
 
Using the Black Pudding Rating System:
IIII Officially Amazing (Peaches Stiletto)
I   Tripe On t'Pikelets (Emperor Caligula)
 
THE BLACK PUDDING RATINGS SYSTEM
 
IIIII - Superstar.
IIII - Officially Amazing.
III   - Goody Goody Yum Yum.
II    - Fair-y Punkmother.
I     - Tripe on t' Pikelets.
 
 
6. GOODIES CROSSWORD PUZZLE
***************************
(by Brett Allender)
 
Here's a new Goodies crossword for fans of the superchaps three to puzzle over.
 
As with my previous crosswords, if you're not familiar with a number of the Goodies episodes listed, the information in my Goodies Episode Summaries (in the "Articles/Guides" section) should help you solve the clues.
 
There is also a copy of the grid and clues in a print-friendly Word format in the "Articles/Guides" section of the website at http://www.goodiesruleok.com/articles.php?id=88&page=6  along with the solution on a separate page. The solution will also be printed in next month's newsletter.
 
 
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* CLUES *
 
ACROSS
 
Row 1, column 1 (6 letters) - Tim posts two letters in one of these (Invasion Of The Moon Creatures)
 
Row 1, column 10 (3 letters) - Tim yells this loudly to end the filming of Macbeth (The Movies)
 
Row 3, column 1 (10 letters) - The Goodies' film attracts plenty of these to South Africa (South Africa)
 
Row 4, column 10 (3 letters) - Bill is a very big one of these when born (War Babies)
 
Row 5, column 1 (3 letters) - The uproar at the United Nations leads to this (Politics)
 
Row 6, column 5 (7 letters) - The name of the Goodies' band at the start of the episode (Goodies Rule OK)
 
Row 7, column 1 (2 letters) - "?? Olde Shepherds Restaurant" (Food)
 
Row 9, column 1 (5 letters) - Jockeys never attack at this time (South Africa)
 
Row 9, column 7 (4 letters) - Graeme wears one as the Lone Scout to hide his identity (Scoutrageous)
 
Row 10, column 11 (2 letters) Graeme's character as an advertising man (It Might As Well Be String)
 
Row 12, column 1 (7 letters) - Baron O'Beef keeps throwing one at the Goodies (The Race)
 
Row 12, column 9 (4 letters) - Part of one almost falls on top of the Goodies (The Movies)
 
 
DOWN
 
Column 1, row 1 (7 letters) - The Goodies build this type of station (The New Office)
 
Column 2, row 7 (6 letters) - It magically cures "sunburn, heartburn and Tony Blackburn!" (Hospital For Hire)
 
Column 3, row 1 (6 letters) - Graeme has invented a pocket-sized one (The Movies)
 
Column 4, row 9 (4 letters) -  The Goodies sound this when seeing the sign "Toots" (Loch Ness Monster)
 
Column 5, row 1 (9 letters) - He sings "Please release me!" in his cell – first name (The Stolen Musicians)
 
Column 7, row 2 (5 letters) - Tim mistakenly calls himself this instead of Samson (The Movies)
 
Column 7, row 9 (4 letters) - The Goodies disguise themselves as these (Kitten Kong)
 
Column 9, row 5 (6 letters) - This rabbit turns into Big Bunny (Invasion Of The Moon Creatures)
 
Column 10, row 1 (4 letters) -  Tim has one put on his arm after being Ecky Thumped (Kung Fu Kapers)
 
Column 12, row 1 (5 letters) - This part of Donny Osmond is used for Frankenfido (Frankenfido)
 
Column 12, row 7 (6 letters) - One of these attacks the castle (Camelot)
 
 
7. QUIZ & QUOTE ANSWERS
***********************
 
(a) Tim
(b) With his own private army of babies
(c) Way Outward Bound
(d) Terry
(e) A cricket ball
(f) Smootho Mix
(g) Bill
(h) Mrs Liverpool
 
YOUR SCORE:
8    Mastermind Of The Year
7    Goodies fan supreme
5-6 Clever clogs
3-4 Reasonably Goodie
1-2 Thick as old boots
0    Rolf Harris!
 
 
NEXT C&G EDITION:
- #162:    12th May 2009.
 
Upcoming Articles:
- May: A Collection Of Goodies Themes – Tim In Drag
- June: Goodies Music Review – Elephant Joke Song
 
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