The old ITV Schools clock. Awwwww.COUGH. COUGH COUGH COUGH ARRRRRGJHAHAHHAHACK HACK HAAAAAAAAGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAA COUGH COUGH WAH SCKAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

Roughly translated, hit the rehe… erm, here’s what TOS is up to. Firstly, there’s a nice report on the Mel Bibby auction. That’s not the actual auctioning off of Mel Bibby, as that would be sick. Secondly, there’s a reminder that the two new Dwarf T-shirts (the ones in the excellent VI DVD for £7.49 offer) are now shipping. Expect a review shortly, as I’m putting them on order tonight – despite the fact that I’m moving into a flat next month and need all the money I can get. Hmmm.

Lastly, there’s more news on DJXII – Mike Tucker is confirmed, along with a hint that “he may not be alone”, which is intriguing in a pant-moistening sense. There’s also the revelation of the actual new DJ logo. Sorry, but I’ve always hated that font. It’s revolting. Nice piccies, though.

Other news, then. Austin Ross has launched the Garbage World Blog, which is an excellent excuse for him to whine about how he’s nearly written another episode review. Matt Dryzmala (that’d better be spelt right) has pointed out that Brittas 7 is now listed on Play – release date 23rd May, no extras apart from the Christmas special Surviving Christmas – although both those last two could easily change.

And finally, in a post recently made to the TOS Webboard, Ellard confirms that “Doug is away at the moment working on the film”. Hey, I know you’re bored of hearing this by now, but it keeps me happy, OK?

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