Thursday, January 19, 2006

TOTP - Top Ten Impersonations Billy Would Like To Hear Rob Attempt

How embarrassing! Billy sent Rob a list of impressions he'd like him to do :-

  • 10 - John Wayne
  • 9 - Jerry Adams
  • 8 - The Queen
  • 7 - Darth Vader
  • 6 - Mr Humphries
  • 5 - George Bush
  • 4 - Sean Connery
  • 3 - Michael Cane
  • 2 - Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • 1 - Delia Smith

Download the mp3 of the show here to cringe more than Rob did. Horrid, horrid show...


Grant - Three From Leith said...

Off to download this now as it sounds like it'll be a scream !

Anonymous said...

Another winner, Jon and Rob.
My votes happened to match with Bazza so won't write it up.

John Wayne (born Marion Morrison) died
11. June 1979.

Clint Eastwood was the mayor of Carmel by
the Sea, California in 1986.

Looking forward to tomorrow's TOTP..

Molly said...

Rob, you're right that you can't do an American accent, but when you try, it's one of the funniest things I've ever heard in my life, so you should definitely keep it up!

Top Of The Pods said...

I thought Rob's american accent was pretty good. He does trip over into british sometimes, but on the whole i thought not a bad job. Mine however I thought was very ropy. Well, whatever you guys think seems to be the reality as we ain't umericuns and a lot of you lot are so fair enough. Hope you are all having a good friday...


Molly said...

Yeah, your accent's crap, too, Jon. ;) Seriously, though - they are pretty good in a "Hollywood depiction of the old south" kind of way. I just find them hilarious because they are nowhere near how I talk.

Regardless, they're a TON better than my British accent, so kudos to you both!

Maja said...

Not a horrid show at all, it was very funny. Rob's impression of Jon was brilliant

Anonymous said...

The rubbish shows are always the funniest!

Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

I can honestly say I have never heard a single American--film star or otherwise--say the sentence, "Get off your horse and drink your milk." Where in the name of all that's holy did that phrase come from?!

Molly said...

Hahaha! Really, Mark? We say it in Nebraska ALL the time... ;)

Jes said...

10. John Wayne - Neither of You, but Jon sounds funny.
9. Jerry Adams - Jon
8. Queen Liz - Rob!!
7. Darth Vader - ROB, OH MAN, get Lucas on the line for another sequal!
6. Mr. Humphrey - ROB!!
5. (either) - neither, but Jon was funny.
4. Sean Connery - it! WooHoo!!
3. Michel Caine - Jon (although he sound like Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)
2. Jon!!!
*1.* Delia Smith - neither!

Anonymous said...

Hahaha! >:-)


bryan-in-greece said...

Another great show, lads - isn't it "Get off your drink and milk my horse!" though? :-) And Jon's Sean Connery was spot on!!

MakfromCal said...

Clint Eastwood sang in Paint Your Wagon-a film version of a Broadway musical-probably in the 70s.

Fun show-and I wish Arnie was just mayor of LA and not mucking up the whole state.


Highlights from two years of blogging. said...

hmmm, john wayne called MARILYN?! I don't think so...try Marion.

& Clint was mayor of Carmel years ago but isn't any more :)

funny funny show, i think Jon won on points... xx