at the last of the Empire Square reruns (C4) late on Sunday night.
along to his jokes every time I heard them on TV and would really like to see a re-run of some of his earlier series.
"You look like Jermaine Jenas, mate," chortled
one of my associates.
''All I can remember is somehow managing to squeeze between two haystacks and bouncing through a ploughed field before managing to get back on the road,'' he chortled
away during the show in which Dempsey & Makepeace hunk Michael Brandon does a great imitation of Jezza.
"I'm gonna do a Tiger putt now," Jack chortled
. Then later he exclaimed: "I always slice it out to the right, but if I aim to the left, it goes dead straight - funny that, isn't it?"
After turning a 13-stone pregnant ewe on to her back for a hoof examination, Wills chortled
: 'The things I do.
like the village idiot on laughing gas, clearly not understanding a word, and boasted that he had already phoned his dear old mum.
"I've just rung up my parents, and my mother answered the telephone-Dad was asleep on the sofa," chortled
the trainer after Paul Doe had brought Gentleman Venture home a length and three-quarters in front of Champagne Rider.
They rode camels and clowned about in a dump in the desert called Birdsville, where Morrissey eyed a topless horsewoman (the woman was topless, not the horse) and chortled
: "Nice saddlebags!"
"Nice one," chortled
studio analyst Terry Venables, as the watching millions looked on in utter bewilderment.
The audience chortled
as he turned to her and quipped: "Why?"
"Butcher by trade, butcher by nature!" chortled
But one of his mates chortled
yesterday: "It sticks out like a sore thumb.