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What is Rainbow? Is it a UK thing? I've never heard of it. The only Rainbow I know of consisted of Ronnie James Dio and Ritchie Blackmore.

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Holy shit! That can't be real. There is no way they would broadcast that to small kids is there? Is that seriously real, cos their is wayyyyyyyyyyy to much innuendo in it. Really funny though.

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Holy shit! That can't be real. There is no way they would broadcast that to small kids is there? Is that seriously real, cos their is wayyyyyyyyyyy to much innuendo in it. Really funny though.

It was specially made for their network's bloopers and outakes special. They kind of cheated, but they pulled it off perfectly.

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Kids TV and too much innuendo? May I point you to the Captain Pugwash kids TV show...

Roger the Cabin Boy

Semen Stains

Master Bates

And others I've forgotten.

They never actually did, it was a joke that got taken too seriously. Their was a thread in the lounge the other week about facts that people believe to be true, but are actually false, and that was one of them.

Thought it wasn't real, but it looked so real. Cheers for clearing that up damshow. It was as funny as hell btw.

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Hold on, about Captain Pugwash, you're saying a TV Show I WATCHED on ITV, Channel 3 in the UK, only 7 months ago, isn't real? The fact I've seen the TV show before quite a few times is amazing if it didn't exist. Or am I misunderstanding you?

He meant the names that were apparently used in the program weren't true. The program itself was.

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there was rainbows in roots? I dont recall them, allthough i did see that miniseries like a year ago.i saw this likae a motnh ago, their is a shit load of funny stuff on ebaums world like fredryk phox(he has his own website)and ultimate revenge

No, the Guy who played Toby was the host of a little kids show, Reading Rainbow.

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There were fresh episodes made for ITV only a few years ago which certainly feautured Master Bates at the very least, as for the rest it seems I am wrong and apologise. Although I still saw no point in d27's insult I'll let it fly seeing as he was correct in his statement that it was urban myth.

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It is not an urban myth, it was genuine, I have SEEN the TV show. Is there any real need to call me a dumbass when I'm simply trying to explain that I've seen the show?

This is why:

Snopes

It's an urban legend.

And I've seen the show too, both the new version and old ones from years and years ago.

EDIT: Missed your last post. I called you a dumbass because it's dumb to insist you're right, despite being wrong, and not having any proof to back yourself up.

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My proof was that I saw it, I've since read up and I probably merely mis-heard it and interpreted into what I wanted to for my own personal laughter, so I was completely wrong. I still think there was no need to call me dumbass when you could have simply pointed that website out to me, because at that point you had no evidence for me either, but like I said, you were right and it doesn't matter.

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