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Friday, June 22, 2007

"Changing Rooms" with Carol Smillie - Special Ape City Episode

Changing Rooms with Carol Smillie - Special Ape City Episode
Changing Rooms with Carol Smillie - Special Ape City EpisodeI am very upset! The BBC home-decorating television program Changing Rooms is going to have a special episode set in Ape City, and they didn't choose me to be one of the guests! I can understand why they chose Zira and Cornelius, but why in heavens name would the pick General Ursus! I mean, the man has the design sense of a... Well, a gorilla!

This is really an affront to an cultured and cultivated ape like myself. Perhaps they thought that my excellent simian design sense would show them up. That's probably it. They are afraid that old Zaius would show them up! That must be the explanation.

Changing Rooms with Carol Smillie - Special Ape City EpisodeI'm going to try and crash the set to see if I can meet Carol Smillie. Yes, I know she's married! I just want to get her autograph, and have a bit of a chat with her. Her Scottish brough is delightful! (No, a "brough" is not a kind of food, Chairman Honorius. Just be quiet.)

There is one good thing about this turn of events. At least I won't have to deal with that fop Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. Ouch! I think the only reason they have that man on the show is as comic relief.

Changing Rooms with Carol Smillie - Special Ape City Episode
Changing Rooms with Carol Smillie - Special Ape City Episode

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2 Comments:

At Sat Jun 23, 12:26:00 AM, Blogger Kelly the dog said...

We want more! ;)

 
At Sat Jun 23, 07:48:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

I think that you and I are the ones that have actually seen the show. There was something really fun about that show. I loved it when the designer did something really ugly, and the homeowner would say they liked it ever so politely.

I actually hate interior design, but still liked this show. I think that Carol Smillie had at least something to do with that.

 

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