Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule

Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule Title

Tommy and Bobby were guests on series 2 episode 5 of the show, first shown on 12th May 2018.

Along with host Harry Hill, the episode also featured Gaynor Faye, Anita Rani and Professor Robert Winston.

Harry Hill has been given a mission by the world’s top governments to collect the funniest stuff he can find to prove in the event of an alien invasion that humans are quite good fun to hang out with. The mission code name: Alien Fun Capsule.

Hello. Hello and welcome to Alien Fun capsule. Yes, I’m collecting all the funniest stuff I can find to prevent the aliens invading, but I can’t do it on my own. To help me, please welcome Corrie and Emmerdale favourite Gaynor Faye…. Countryfile’s Anita Rani… Comedy legends Cannon and Ball…  Oh wait, the 4th seat is empty. I don’t understand it. The last thing I heard, he was on his way to the studio on the tube.

Harry: And of course, we have comedy legends. It’s a term that’s overused, particularly in this case, Cannon and Ball

Tommy: Hey. Hey.

Tommy and Bobby: Thank you.

Harry: I remember watching you when I was a baby. And what you had back then which we just don’t have today, is great comedy writers, didn’t you?

Bobby: We did. We had good comedy writers. Now that’s all they did was just write comedy. That’s all they did.

Harry: Now I have to say it’s the elephant in the room, Lord Robert Winston, you look a lot like a younger Bobby Ball. I could even say you look more like Bobby Ball than Bobby Ball. Could it work? Let’s find out. There should be a list of Bobby’s catch phrases. There in front of you.

Robert: Yes, I’ve. I’ve got a few. That’ll do for me, cocker. Deep down, you really hate me, don’t you? Ohh, look at it. I’m dead excited.

Harry: And the big one?

Robert: The big one is rock on, Tommy.

Harry: Now actually, this is something I’ve always wanted to do, if you don’t mind. Just if you don’t mind… It’s a rock on Tommy.

The show finished with all the cast dressing as the duo for a rendition of ‘Together We’ll Be OK’