Written on: 16/01/2007 by Anonymous101
This show is half an hour of mirth and hilarity. Easy to send your own clips. Good cash prizes.
I don't really like the montages of people showing off at weddings and of cats falling off radiatiors and other unfunny stuff like that.
Despite the loss of Jeremy Beadle a long time ago now, the show contiues to go from strength to strength, the show has ditched the studio audience format(probably that Jonathan Wilkes's fault), opting for a voice-over approach to presenting the nation's favourite "caught on camera" bloopers and mis-haps. I initially believed this was purely a cost-cutting exercise and was worried we may lose You've been Framed as the competition for viewers seems to increase every year. But the skills of Harry Hill are the perfect marriage for how this show is now broadcast. Harry's unique brand of delivery and timing really serve up a treat the whole family can enjoy together. The show is broadcast on ITV1 and is usually aired on a weekend tea-time. My favourites include people falling off bicycles, tarzee's that snap resulting in injury and of old Grannies falling backwards off deckchairs. When I was a lad me and my brothers would tape each other jumping off the shed roof or doing "no handy" on our BMX's at breakneck speeds down the Greenway, we never got on the show as our efforts were deemed to be "stage managed," although our Mark has since had a clip aired as he was chased and attacked by a gang of angry sheep whilst taking a short cut up to Eston Nab. Brilliant, not to be missed.