Fake reality shows

While Michael Grade was throwing money at things to bolster ITV in early 2007 he reached an intriguing deal with diminutive popster Prince to film a natural history programme.  The purple garbed miniature colossus expressed an interest in spending time with aquatic mammals.  However, when ITV announced the launch of “PRINCE AND THE PORPOISE” negotiations fell through, leading to a hastily arranged meeting with Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre Grimaldi to see if he was interested in spending time filming with dolphins and like.  He wasn’t.  The idea was shelved.

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I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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3 Responses to Fake reality shows

  1. pigeonhed says:

    Fortunately the acquatic mammals were utilised in an art show entitled The Prints & The Porpoise.

  2. peeeeeeet says:

    jagajagajagajagajagaja HUH!

  3. Then there was the series where football teams are cooked various ‘ethnic’ dishes, the pilot was Dansaks with Wolves.

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