The 37 Most Ridiculous British TV Moments Of 2017
I don't need to tell you that it has been a ridiculous year.
When Robbie Williams sang "Auld Lang Syne" while holding hands with audience members shortly after midnight on 1 January, then promptly washed his hands with hand sanitiser, live on BBC One.
When This Morning did a phone-in about dreams and a caller asked this question.
Just in case you didn't click on the video, here it is:
And when Phil and Holly interviewed a couple who apparently have 18 orgasms a day on This Morning, but then had to end it for an advert break.
When The One Show did the greatest segue ever.
And when Mel Brooks was a guest and perfectly summed up watching The One Show.
When Noel Gallagher had someone in his band play the scissors on an episode of Later... with Jools Holland.
When someone accidentally turned the sprinklers on during Channel 4's Women's Euro 2017 coverage.
When some fog during The Jump meant that we weren't able to see that much of the jump in The Jump.
When Countdown unveiled these letters.
And in another episode, these ones.
When Gemma Collins fell through a hole during a broadcast of the Radio 1 Teen Awards.
When Loose Women tackled this important subject.
When Julia made a bake that accidentally looked like a penis on The Great British Bake Off .
And then Yan served a cake like this.
When Stacey was trying to follow the technical challenge set by Paul Hollywood.
When the topic on Pointless was "Best-Selling Albums of 2016" and the contestants suggested the host of Pointless: Alexander Armstrong.
And when a contestant was asked to name a country that ends with two consonants and her friend absolutely hated her answer.
When the two contestants on Letterbox, a hangman-style gameshow where you guess the answer using letters, were both terrible for a very long time.
When ITV launched a cooking show consisting of rounds where people literally just chop vegetables, featuring the weirdest catchphrase.
When the Eurovision Song Contest once again had very unique lyrics from some of the entrants.
These were my personal favourite lyrics from 2017.
Oh and this happened during the Eurovision interval.
When a British academic made a bold claim ahead of the election and then fulfilled his promise on Sky News.
When a technical problem meant that this BBC News presenter had no idea which camera to talk to first.
When a technical problem meant Huw Edwards couldn't start the News at Ten on BBC One, but viewers watching on the BBC News Channel were able to see him just sitting alone for five minutes.
Shortly after the news he tweeted this.
When BBC News came up with this caption.
If you didn't click on the video, here's what happened.
When Susanna Reid was brutally honest when P***s M****n went on a rant during Good Morning Britain.
When BBC Breakfast brought on this "expert".
If you didn't click on the video (and trust me, you really should) here's what happened in full.
When Simon McCoy was breaking some news about William and Kate and just wasn't here for it at all.
And finally, when BBC News showed us this caption.
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