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Season 1

  • SPECIAL 0x1 Pilot

    • December 22, 2001

    The original pilot episode of Harry Hill's TV Burp.

  • S01E01 Series 1: Episode 1

    • November 14, 2002

    In this first episode of the series, Harry pokes fun at the week's TV including soaps, Cruise Ship and Celebrity Fat Club – I mean Fit Club. He also takes the Mickey out of people like David Dickinson (""I am the hunter!"") and Ozzy Osbourne (who recreates safety when crossing the road). Harry also pays a visit to Emmerdale as a health inspector and tells you how to recreate the show's title sequence: run your eyes over a tray crammed with broccoli. We also have a ‘Severe Gail (Platt from Coronation Street) Warning', a fight between Doctor Who (Tom Baker) and Harry Potter to see who is better and discover if Hitler was gay.

  • S01E02 Series 1: Episode 2

    • November 21, 2002

    Harry Hill once again takes the Michael out of the week's television. This time, he reveals who could be hiding in the Big Brother household: Osama bin Laden. This edition pokes fun at the soaps, Celebrity Fat Club – I mean Fit Club and David Dickinson. We also have another ‘Severe Gail (Platt from Coronation Street) Warning' and Harry visits the set of The Bill (where he goes on the beat as a policeman). There's also a fight between a red nose and Pudsey Bear to see which charity event is better: Red Nose Day or Children In Need and find out what happens if you throw your tie on the floor in a snake-like shape and look down on it: the EastEnders title sequence (the tie resembles the Thames).

  • S01E03 Series 1: Episode 3

    • November 28, 2002

    Doctor Zhivago and Rik Waller are among the shows and celebrities Harry Hill takes the Mick out of in this edition. We also meet Harry's ventriloquist dummy of Dr. Zhivago. The comedian also meets the hopefuls on game show Mr Wright. Also contains a fight between Winston Churchill and Admiral Nelson to see who's the Greatest Briton and tons more!

  • S01E04 Series 1: Episode 4

    • December 5, 2002

    Jokes this time range from a suitcase in Emmerdale to The Bill, from Celebrity Big Brother to Jamie's Kitchen. Harry also visits the hopefuls on Pop Stars: The Rivals and takes the mess out of Crocodile Diaries. Also includes a food fight between Gary Rhodes and Ainsley Harriott.

  • S01E05 Series 1: Episode 5

    • December 12, 2002

    More madness at the look of this week's TV including Robot Wars, Holby City and Time Flyers. Harry reveals that they use beige sofas on hospital dramas whenever you see a close up of a body being cut open. Then, one of Harry's production crew drops the ketchup bottle down the sofa and Harry has to take it to Holby City. There is also a fight between Liam Gallagher and Charlotte Church to see who is better at being nasty. Find out how Harry reacted when Channel 4's Coronation Street documentary Seven Days That Shook the Street stole his fight idea and what happened next and why Bruce Forsyth has to have everything blown up ten times it's size. From a World War II documentary, Harry enters a competition to win £1000 by trying to create a device capable of killing a sheep from 100 yards. (He tries burning it by putting a giant magnifying glass (borrowed from Brucie) at the sun and burning it but it fails. Harry kills the sheep in the end with a picture of Anne Robinson.) We also see who h

  • S01E06 Series 1: Episode 6

    • December 19, 2002

    A special Christmas edition of the programme. Harry Hill, as usual, makes fun of the Television programmes over the week and comes up with an answer to the unusual toy on Emmerdale, a Spoogleman: a wooden spoon with a silly face and arms and legs made of straws. He also visits the BBC to get clips from upcoming EastEnders episodes but fails. There is also a fight between Father Christmas and Jesus to see who is better. Other jokes revolve around The Bill and Vain Men. Harry finds out the character in Coronation Street (Steve McDonald) who he believes previously had a sex change, as well as Hayley Cropper and looks at TV which will be shown over the New Year. We also see who is starring in nearly every pantomime over Christmas: Sooty. Harry concludes the show by mentioning the doom and gloom in the soaps over Christmas (death in EastEnders, stalker lurking about in Emmerdale and a serial killer on the loose in Coronation Street and The Bill) and finishes the series with a sinister Chris

Season 2

  • S02E01 Series 2: Episode 1

    • October 30, 2003

    In the opener to Series 2, Harry pokes fun at TV shows such as the recent Henry VIII drama with Ray Winstone, Auction Man and soaps such as Coronation Street (Todd's gay kiss with Nick Tilsley) and Emmerdale (Zak's return and Terry's stroke). Also includes a visit to Coronation Street, a fight between illusionists David Blaine and Derren Brown and all the usual mayhem.

  • S02E02 Series 2: Episode 2

    • November 6, 2003

    In this week's edition of TV Burp, Harry jokes about people shouting in the soaps, Pop Idol judge Neil Fox using the word ‘tad' all the time, Holiday Showdown and the mysterious pop band in Heartbeat: the Trinks. Not The Troggs or The Kinks, The Trinks. Other musical madness revolves around the video to Britney Spears and Madonna's single ‘Me Against the Music'. From Hunting Chris Ryan, Harry does his own celebrity version: Hunting Frank Carson. Also includes Harry taking the mess out of Sgt. Sheelagh Murphy's (played by Bernie Nolan) husband from The Bill who never blinks but she does, a fight between Pop Idol judges Neil Fox and Simon Cowell, a look at Harry's fireworks and all the usual antics.

  • S02E03 Series 2: Episode 3

    • November 13, 2003

    In this edition of TV Burp, Celebrity Wife Swap (Jade Goody and Charles Ingram special), Casualty, Holby City, Holiday Airport Cyprus (where the misfortunes of a Russian couple get on Harry's nerves), Emmerdale, Pop Idol, new BBC 3 soap drama Burn It (where nothing happens), Celebrity Dog School and many other programmes are in the spotlight this week. Harry comments that he's getting tired of programmes like Superstars, so he invents his own show: Superstars Revisited. Also features Harry comparing the likes of Howard Donald (from Take That) to a young Kevin Keegan, Shadrach Dingle (from Emmerdale) to the Lion from The Wizard of Oz, a fight between the Ingrams (Charles and Diane) and the Hamiltons (Neil and Christine), various comic sketches with Pop Idol judges Neil Fox and Simon Cowell and all the usual tomfoolery.

  • S02E04 Series 2: Episode 4

    • November 20, 2003

    In this edition of Harry Hill's TV Burp, Casualty, The Royal, Pop Idol, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Junior Eurovision Song Contest, The Salon, Emmerdale, EastEnders and many more shows are among the programmes in the limelight this week. Also includes ‘At Home with the Pop Idol Judges', showing us what they get up to in their spare time, a fight between Charles II and Henry VIII to see which historical drama is better: BBC's Charles II or ITV's Henry VIII from the previous month, Harry's take on the videophone adverts for the 3 Network (the ones that feature the T-Rex song ‘Children of the Revolution') and all the usual stuff.

  • S02E05 Series 2: Episode 5

    • November 27, 2003

    In this week's edition of Harry Hill's TV Burp, jokes revolve around EastEnders (Dirty Den having to read his lines off the ceiling and Lisa finally getting a lawyer), Emmerdale (Eddie getting tights stuck on his head), Merseybeat, Coronation Street, The Royal, The Osbournes, Holiday Showdown and others. Also includes part 2 of ‘At Home with the Pop Idol Judges', Harry's take on 1970s safety commercials (saying they're better than the ones we have today), a fight between Geoff Hurst and Jonny Wilkinson to see who's better, ‘Ze Office', a German version of The Office with Hitler as David Brent and all the regular mayhem.

  • S02E06 Series 2: Episode 6

    • December 4, 2003

    In this week's Harry Hill's TV Burp, jokes vary from a talking car in The Royal to a talking organ in Emmerdale, Howard Brown (Halifax advert man) look-alikes in Merseybeat to young David Essex look-alikes in Coronation Street, Judge John Deed (which Harry finds boring) to Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and current TV topics like gay sexuality and swearing (EastEnders and Casualty). Also features the next instalment of ‘At Home with the Pop Idol Judges' (which contains of rendition of the Beyoncé Knowles song 'Crazy in Love' and Foxy going bad and doing an Exorcist head spin), a fight between Catholicism and Hinduism and all the regular antics.

  • S02E07 Series 2: Episode 7

    • December 11, 2003

    In this week's TV Burp, jokes include a Rolf Harris look-alike in Emmerdale, Kilroy, Jungle (the way in which the camera pans over things making it look like the title sequences from TV shows) and what Harry thinks will happen in the next episode of Holby City (a sketch where Harry as Nurse Kelly using a machine gun to kill everyone shows this). Also includes the next episode of 'At Home with the Pop Idol Judges' (where Simon Cowell attempts to create his own pop idol), a fight between Jimmy Savile and Tim Kash to see which version of Top of the Pops is better: old or new and all the regular tomfoolery.

  • S02E08 Series 2: Episode 8

    • December 18, 2003

    In the finale to the series, people and shows made fun of this time include Saddam Hussein, Kilroy and BBC 1 documentary Bodysnatchers. Harry also asks why would someone take their goldfish to the vets in Emmerdale and discusses the not-so-exciting next episode previews for The Bill. Other things include Hagrid (from Harry Potter) look-alikes in Coronation Street to Grim Reaper look-alikes in Operatunity. There's also a fight between Saddam Hussein and Santa Claus, the next part of ‘At Home with the Pop Idol Judges' (where Simon Cowell has a sex change to become Simone Cowell so he can marry Brendan but shortly after the wedding, Foxy spears Simone through the chest) and all the regular stuff.

Season 3

  • S03E01 Series 3: Episode 1

    • February 20, 2004

    In the first episode of series 3, EastEnders, Back to Reality, Gender Swap, Footballers' Wives (Chardonnay's funeral), Coronation Street (the baby Patience scenario), Dirty Laundry, Safe As Houses and Faking It come under scrutiny. Now that we know The Bill's Reg Hollis is a Tears For Fears fan, Harry shows us a preview of what will happen in the police drama next week: Reg Hollis singing songs by the band while on duty arresting criminals. Also includes ""I'm an Insect: Get Me Out of Here!"", a take on ""I'm a Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here"" set in Jordan's stomach, a search to find a replacement for Robert Kilroy-Silk (including one where Harry dressed as Coronation Street's Blanche Hunt wearing a dodgy looking wig and big goggly eyes comes on saying ""He's a loony and she's a man?"" referring to Roy and Hayley Cropper), a fight between Davina McCall and Cilla Black now that Love on a Saturday Night has replaced Blind Date and all the usual things.

  • S03E02 Series 3: Episode 2

    • February 27, 2004

    In TV Burp this week, Heartbeat, Club Reps, BBC 3 documentary Who Rules the Roost, Emmerdale, Coronation Street and Hollyoaks are among the shows that fall under scrutiny. Other things include Shannon's nose job in Footballers' Wives, Robert Vaughn's appearance in BBC 1 drama Hustle, a Hood (the villain from Thunderbirds) look-alike in The Carrot or the Stick and ‘Extra of the Week' about an often seen extra in The Woolpack in Emmerdale. Harry also discusses other extras in the soaps. Plus there's Eastbourne Uncovered (a feature on the over 60s answer to Ibiza), ‘At Home With Peter Andre and Jordan' showing us what they're getting up to, a fight between Coronation Street's Hayley Cropper and Miriam (off There's Something About Miriam) to see who's the better transsexual and all the regular things.

  • S03E03 Series 3: Episode 3

    • March 5, 2004

    In Harry Hill's TV Burp this week, current TV shows like Coronation Street, Emmerdale, EastEnders, Casualty, Heartbeat and The Bill as well as documentaries such as The Badness of King George IV, There's Something About Miriam, The Divine Michelangelo and Britain's Worst Cook. Other things include ‘There's Something About Jesus' (a spoof-take on There's Something About Miriam), a fight between Peter Jackson and Mel Gibson to see who's the better film director, various comic sketches with Jeremy Clarkson and Quentin Willson and all the usual madness.

  • S03E04 Series 3: Episode 4

    • March 12, 2004

    Jokes and gags this time revolve around Heartbeat, Club Reps, Learner Drivers and Casualty. Harry spotted a new character in Coronation Street: a gas canister with gauges that makes it look like it has human features. We also have a sketch on a day in the life of this gas canister and ‘Cooking with the Slaters' (from EastEnders). Harry also wonders who those people are in the Emmerdale title sequence as none of them are characters in the soap. Plus there's a fight between James Hewitt and Kieran Fallon and all the regular madness.

  • S03E05 Series 3: Episode 5

    • March 19, 2004

    Gags and jokes this time include a Woody Allen look-alike in EastEnders, a David Bowie look-alike in Learner Drivers, impersonations in Emmerdale, Frank's death in Footballers' Wives, a new character called Clops in The Bill and a drink called Stelberg in Coronation Street. From Channel 4 documentary Who Kidnapped Shergar?, Harry makes fun of the man in charge of the investigation, Chief Superintendent James Murphy (the fact that he wasn't very knowledgeable about what was going on and relied on sources like the news to provide evidence). We also have a sketch called ‘Murphy and Horse' (featuring John ""Huggy"" McCrirrick) where James Murphy and Shergar go around fighting crime. There's also a fight between Paul Michael Glaser/David Soul and Ben Stiller/Owen Wilson to celebrate the release of the new Starsky and Hutch movie to see which version of the 1970s police series is better: old or new and all the usual malarkey.

  • S03E06 Series 3: Episode 6

    • March 26, 2004

    This time on Harry Hill's TV Burp, stuff ranges from an Avid Merrion (from Bo' Selecta!) look-alike in Heartbeat, a log with shades on making it look like rapper Jay-Z in EastEnders, face transplants and disappearing patients in Holby City, how Fred Elliott tells you what meat he's eating in Coronation Street, dramas such as Footballers' Wives and Murder City and factual shows such as If and A Life of Grime. From documentary Noah's Ark, where Jeremy Bowen (off Breakfast Time) attempts to prove or disprove the bible story, Harry creates his own version: ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears' where he pretends to be Bowen and attempts to prove or disprove the fairy tale. Plus we have a fight between Bowen and God and all the regular malarkey.

  • S03E07 Series 3: Episode 7

    • April 2, 2004

    This time on TV Burp, Harry makes fun of people sitting still and being silent in the soaps (sarcastically saying that everyone is kept busy) as well as programmes like Footballers' Wives, Coronation Street, EastEnders (a shop called Cost Mart), Emmerdale, The Bill, Club Reps, Taxi Nights and documentaries such as Dragons Alive, Ice Alert and I Met Osama bin Laden. Harry also creates his own ‘If' documentary: ""If… TV Continues to Get Worse"" predicting events and shows in the far future. The fight this time is between the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Footballers' Wives to see who is better. As it is the last episode of the series, the credits are displayed against images of Fred Elliott's face.

Season 4

  • S04E01 Series 4: Episode 1

    • October 23, 2004

    In the first episode of the fourth series, gags revolve around a shortsighted sniper in Spooks, a Cilla Black look-alike in Emmerdale to a Robert Kilroy-Silk look-alike in Holby City, Coronation Street, Holiday Showdown, The Bill, Jennie Bond's Royals, Trains With Pete Waterman and others. Plus there's a fight between Jennie Bond and Pete Waterman and all the usual chaos.

  • S04E02 Series 4: Episode 2

    • October 30, 2004

    Shows that fall victim to Harry's scrutiny this time include The Bill, Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Beyond River Cottage and Foyle's War. From Fooling Hitler, Harry creates his own version of You've Been Framed showing clips of Adolf Hitler's comrades playing tricks on the Fuhrer. Harry noticed two peculiar nurses in Casualty: a short, blonde haired nurse dressed in pink who is constantly seen walking up and down the wards and then a tall, blonde haired nurse, also dressed in pink who is constantly seen walking across the wards widthways. Plus, we get a fight between these two nurses and all the regular chaos.

  • S04E03 Series 4: Episode 3

    • November 6, 2004

    Gags include Mike Reid on Age Swap, Holiday Showdown, tea in EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and The Bill. As well as this we have a sketch on the bad side of meerkats, a fight between a shark and a toaster and all the usual craziness.

  • S04E04 Series 4: Episode 4

    • November 13, 2004

    Among the gags are cooking Conger Eel in Beyond River Cottage, Nigel Marven's Animal Nightmares: Rats, a football tournament in EastEnders, Emmerdale, BBC 3 drama Conviction, The Bill, Holiday Showdown and Coronation Street. Harry sarcastically comments that he MUST see the next episode of Selling Houses Revisited when the couple decide whether or not to buy the house. What follows are a series of sketches, each depicting a historical event: the trenches in France on Christmas Day 1914, Albert Einstein in his laboratory and the Titanic, where the people in each place comment they must not miss Selling Houses Revisited for the same reason (to see if the couple buy the house)! As well as this, we have a fight between a brown rat and black rat and all the regular craziness.

  • S04E05 Series 4: Episode 5

    • November 20, 2004

    Shows that fall victim to Harry's scrutiny this week include Wife Swap, Britain's Worst Mother-In-Law, With a Little Help from My Friends, Emmerdale, Foyle's War, Coronation Street, The Bill and Musicality. Find out from the clues in Casualty and Holby City as to what charity event is taking place this week. In Coronation Street, when Blanche Hunt said someone's been guzzling the gold top, she ""It's like there's a giant blue tit in residence"". What follows is a sketch called Giant Blue Tit In Residence where a giant blue tit walks up Coronation Street and enters the Barlows' house. The sketch ends when Harry enters dressed as Karen McDonald and starts bashing the blue tit with a cushion! There is also a fight between Karen McDonald and the giant blue tit and all the usual goings on.

  • S04E06 Series 4: Episode 6

    • November 27, 2004

    Programmes that fall victim to Harry's scrutiny this time include I'm a Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here, Chubby Chasers, With a Little Help from My Friends, Emmerdale, Coronation Street and British Isles: A Natural History. Harry pokes fun at Burger Barry who appeared in documentary Booze Britain and has him appear on chat shows such as Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, The Frank Skinner Show and Richard & Judy. Also has Harry comparing the likeness of Bruce Forsyth to Basil Brush, a fight between Tracy and Little Tracy from Chubby Chasers and all the regular goings on.

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Season 9

Season 10

  • S10E01 Series 10: Episode 1

    • October 9, 2010

    New series. The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny

  • S10E02 Series 10: Episode 2

    • October 16, 2010

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E03 Series 10: Episode 3

    • October 23, 2010

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E04 Series 10: Episode 4

    • October 30, 2010

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E05 Series 10: Episode 5

    • November 6, 2010

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E06 Series 10: Episode 6

    • November 13, 2010

  • S10E07 Series 10: Episode 7

    • November 20, 2010

  • S10E08 Series 10: Episode 8

    • November 27, 2010

    It is the last episode of the series, and Harry is sure to have something special up his sleeve. Over the course of the series, the big-collared TV teaser has unearthed some classic moments from Burp favourites including Lark Rise to Candleford, Popstar to Operastar, and Muslim Driving School, and this edition features more hilarious clips. Plus, find out which knitted entry will triumph in the mighty K Factor as Harry reveals the winner of the Not Live Final!

  • S10E09 The Best of TV Burp 13

    • December 4, 2010

  • S10E10 The Best of Christmas TV Burp

    • December 26, 2010

    The big-collared comedian looks back at classic clips from previous series.

  • S10E11 The Best of TV Burp 14

    • January 15, 2011

    Strap in for another rollicking ride through Burps past, as big-collared telly critic Harry Hill presents more of the funniest moments from previous series.

  • S10E12 The Best of TV Burp 15

    • January 24, 2011

  • S10E13 Series 10: Episode 9

    • February 5, 2011

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights subjecting the latest soaps, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E14 Series 10: Episode 10

    • February 12, 2011

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soaps, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E15 Series 10: Episode 11

    • February 19, 2011

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soaps, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E16 Series 10: Episode 12

    • February 26, 2011

    The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soaps, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

  • S10E17 Series 10: Episode 13

    • March 5, 2011

    Harry Hill examines the biggest soaps, checks out TV's brightest stars and covers other up-to-the-minute telly moments and news in his offbeat review of the week's top TV.

  • S10E18 Series 10: Episode 14

    • March 12, 2011

    Harry Hill takes viewers on a rib-tickling, must-see adventure through this week's tellyland - so buckle up and enjoy the trip, from Attenborough and the Giant Egg to the sparkle of Louis Spence's Showbusiness. Watch out for this week's fight!

  • S10E19 Series 10: Episode 15

    • March 19, 2011

    Award-winning comedian Harry Hill goes on a hilarious whirlwind tour of the week's top telly, from the Wonders of the Universe to James Brown's Great British Hairdresser and OMG!

  • S10E20 Series 10: Episode 16

    • March 26, 2011

    Big-collared comic Harry Hill continues his mission to bring viewers the most hilarious moments from the week's TV. Will he go down the dark streets of EastEnders, shout OMG! at Peaches Geldof or take a look at the escapades of his newest 'friend' on Secret Supper Club?

  • S10E21 The Best of TV Burp 16

    • April 2, 2011

Season 11