But unlike so much so-called artistic deconstruction, which often seems to be destruction by irony, Birdbrain
does a number of very bright and clever things, definitely making its name a misnomer.
Freeze temporarily in custody, Barbara lolling about and Poison Ivy failing to fatally seduce either Batface or Birdbrain
, as she calls her adversaries.
Paxman' His strongest criticism is reserved for Tess Daly - the "pneumatic birdbrain
from Strictly Come Dancing".
All the birdbrain
travelers among my neighbors know enough to do that.
One production took the ultra-modern route and called itself Birdbrain
, while the other retained the piece's traditional title as well as Tchaikovsky's score.
Cullen's bulging CV includes work on the ITV1 Wales drama Nuts and Bolts, the award-winning short film Birdbrain
and numerous plays for radio.
And in 1996 some BBC birdbrain
thought: Well Hancock's dead.
Madeleine Curtis was the unlucky actress taking over as third birdbrain
in the flat.
Tory David Maclean is happy to feed his feathered friends .
He added: "The Dunkirk Little Ships, the most evocative reminders of this country's bravest hour, were ignored so that a pneumatic birdbrain
from Strictly Come Dancing could talk to transvestites in Battersea Park.
for two nights only, members of the Australian Dance Theatre took over the stage at Newcastle's Theatre Royal to present Birdbrain
, a "radical reworking of Swan Lake" as part of their first ever UK tour.
There is a rich line of humour running through Birdbrain
and enough references to the traditional choreography of Swan Lake to bring smug chuckles from the ballet buffs in the audience.
Wednesday's saga when birdbrain
Joel got trapped under a truck just as the water level rose above the Sydney Opera House was simply hilarious.
It's the biggest load of rubbish ever turned out by ITV though it suits the birdbrain
that is Chris Tarrant.
Noah Strycker is the birdbrain
of bird boys if ever there was one, even if he's yet to sprout wings.