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New Trigger Happy TV Series In America!

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Some of you may remember the original Trigger Happy TV series by Dom Joly, where pranks were played on the unsuspecting London(UK) public. This superb series featured many cameos with fursuiters, including a bunch of squirrels raiding a nut store! A new series has been made that features similar atrocities, this time inflicted on the American public!In this latest series, whose first episode was recently aired on British TV, there were several furry features; these included a battle between a nun and a penguin, three canine stalkers and a panto-horse relieving itself in the street!

You can check out the website here.
THTV is a Comedy Central production and the link contains viewing times.


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I love Trigger Happy TV, but the American version started showing up on Comedy Central about 9 months ago. and after about 5 shows, they started just repeating old ones. Perhaps I've just been unlucky about catching new ones... I have all the British shows and the 5 American shows on DVD and have thought about possibly doing an 'unofficial' fursuit-only Trigger Happy TV.

Anyway, here's many snaps from the American show that I took a while back, including the horse.

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Wow, it seems like a long time ago trigger happy TV first started in the UK. Aired (and made I believe) by Channel 4, way back starting in 2000. Though I Can't see C4 making any more; they're too busy showing junk TV like big brother and stuff like that....meh :(


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