When Matt Le Tissier, Charlie Nicholas, and Phil Thompson were given a boot from Soccer Saturday, they never saw them starring in their own comedy, and they co-star with Alan Curbishley. I didn’t expect that. But we are.
Paddy Power’s new show, Pundits, is about to find new opportunities following the quartet after time at Sky Sports.
The boys turned to a favorable new role in Qatar, but so far their own attempts to host new shows have proven to be somewhat groundbreaking, while Rutissier’s social media advice is over Thompson yells “mummy” in his headband And an ominous suggestion that they need help from higher powers.
In the final episode of the three-part series, Rutissier ponders his genius idea.
The next sight of the quartet sitting around the Ouija board purchased at Dean Gufney will remain forever. So is the revelation Paul Merson once used to contact the spirit of Lee Harvey Oswald and ask if he really killed President John F. Kennedy.
Rutishie’s idea is to contact someone who has succeeded in changing the times and ask for advice on how to do the same. Someone like Prince, David Bowie, or Bradley Walsh. I won’t spoil anyone Do I got in touch, but apparently he was playing in Swindon Town.
As in previous episodes, the new comedy hero Carbishley is the star of the show. You can see everything here.
Spokesman Paddy Power said:
“For curbs, you can see why he didn’t rush back to football management. He’s probably trying to make a great indie movie that only the right movie fans know-he’s epic.”
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