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They spell "Programme" the long way, so you know it's all class.In recent weeks, I’ve had the absolute pleasure of playing a supporting role in The Vine: Donkey Kong Audio Programme.   I must insist you have the absolute pleasure of listening to it.

Not into video games?  That’s okay, neither are the hosts.  Think of it as the legitimate front for crude but classy conversational comedy.  It’s a mammoth production, a huge labour of love, and brimming with the warmly familiar, silky-smooth voices of Rubber Chicken alumni.

Be warned: Emmy-winnng hosts Chad and Hyle are not the most tactful gentlemen, and tend to use masturbation jokes as punctuation.  You’ll hate yourself for laughing, but oh, you will laugh.

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I’m told the website you’re currently reading has an audio programme too.  It’s not ringing any bells, but I’ll look into it.



In this bonus episode: another collection of outtakes tasteless even by our standards.

In the interests of public safety and social conscience, the audio recording described as “The Rubber Chicken Podisode #2″ carries the following content warnings:

HIMN: Horendous Improvised Musical Number
MS: Medium-level Movie Spoilers
BoP: Bag of Puppies
DAO: Strong Discrimination Against Orphans
SNH: Sir Nigel Haversmith
CAWE: Conversation About Wine and Ears
S-D: Mild Splicey-Dicey sequence that may be unsuitable for small children

This Podisode has been classified with a rating of RU (Reprehensible and Unreleasable). If you believe this rating to be in error, an appeal can be submitted in writing to forums.thatchickensite.com.

Compiled by Tim Morrison

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(And, if you dare, the Offensive Song deemed too offensive for this compilation of too-offensive material.)

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Go behind the scenes to discover the exact quantity of blood, sweat and tears (amongst other bodily fluids) The Rubber Chicken’s writers will sacrifice to make you say “yeah, that’s kind of funny, I guess”.

Written and performed by
Tim Morrison, Andrey Summers, Brett “Mister Bung” Cullen, Ben K, and Alastair Craig.

Also starring
Fiona Revill
Gord Myren
And introducing Alastair’s Mum and Chad McCanna.

Episode compiled by Alastair Craig

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This episode: a mysterious gunshot in the night, an interview with a real live female, and a library that is not a library …or is it?

Includes the sketches:
The Mystery of the Exploding Butler
Not a Library
The Andrey’s Single & Depressed Show
Splicey Dicey
Abstract Emancipation of the Inner Canoe
…and more!

Episode compiled by Alastair Craig

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Lee Thomas: A Musical Tribute

Posted on May 30th, 2006 by Alastair Craig

Far be it from us to take complaints unprofessionally. When we used a photo of Bill Gates playing an Xbox with a random gamer, that random gamer – one Lee Thomas, X-Tag LeeX81 – wrote to us accusing us of “misrepresenting” his “gaming allegiences”. Never mind that the photo was in the public domain, or that the completly inoffensive joke was targeted at Mr. Gates, not his strapping young friend. We tastefully complied with Lee’s wishes.

With three years of hindsight, we now realise that our treatment of the matter could have easily been mistaken for mockery. Far be it from us to turn one man’s genuine concern into a laughing matter.

Click on the below picture to hear us definitively establish our respect for Mr. Thomas’s plight in the medium of rock.

The backing track is lifted from the promotional children’s single “Seymour Rock” (Seymour, as you know, being the terrifying CGI frog mascot of Overflow, the now-defunct North Queensland, Australia bargain warehouse chain).
Out of respect to the original copyright holder, we have also included the oddly alluring original song.

If you enjoy the above item, you’ll be pleased to know we’re working suspiciously hard and with un-Rubber-Chicken-like devotion on a new ongoing audio project.
I don’t want to give anything away, but it’s a podcast.