TNT Show. Image shows from L to R: Jack Whitehall, Holly Walsh. Copyright: Objective Productions.

TNT Show

Channel 4 sketch show. 12 episodes (1 series) in 2009. Stars Jack Whitehall, Holly Walsh, Morgana Robinson, Tom Allen and Matthew Crosby.

Series 1

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Thursday 11th June 2009

In Jack Whitehall Investigates the invited studio audience gets to meet a man who has setup a lap dancing club staffed by his children; Holly provides a guide to how to stay famous; Tom Allen introduces the words 'SuBo', 'PinkSinge' and 'Shitney'; and Gilbert and his crew interview Paul Danan.

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2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Thursday 18th June 2009

Gilbert interviews The Cheeky Girls; Holly Walsh explains how to avoid being 'papped' by photographers; in Jack Whitehall Investigates the studio audience meet an adopted African; and Tom Allen introduces the words 'Hotshat' and 'Hypeful'.

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3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Thursday 25th June 2009

Jack Whitehall talks about the Iran elections; Gilbert interviews model Sophie Anderton; Holly Walsh explains how to get a celebrity look; in Jack Whitehall Investigates the studio audience debate sexism; and Tom Allen introduces more words, including 'N.U.F.O' and 'Fatona'.

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4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Thursday 2nd July 2009

Gilbert interviews Anthony Worral Thompson; Holly talks about the death of Michael Jackson; Jack Whitehall Investigates involves itself with animal cruelty; Tom Allen dishes up the words 'Backtits', 'Mizyhumper' and 'Wimbledong'; and Jack and Holly ask the audience for their status updates.

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5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Thursday 9th July 2009

Tom Allen introduces the words 'Hypocro-besity', 'Slagwrestle' and 'Jacksgone'. The studio audience for Jack Whitehall Investigates meet an OAP drug dealer. Holly Walsh obtains some celebrity small talk. Gilbert interviews H from Steps. Plus La Roux's new music video.

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6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Thursday 16th July 2009

Tom Allen's new words this week include 'iGunt' - someone who has just purchased an iPhone and won't stop playing with it. Also: Holly txts Obama, a look at Polish versions of popular TV shows, Jack investigates pushy parents and Gilbert interviews Charlie from Big Brother. The show plays out with a spoof of Michael Jackson's Earth Song.

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7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Thursday 23rd July 2009

Tom Allen introduces the words Jerkass, Kazinightmare and Lagerlogic; Amy Winehouse is one of the subjects of Holly Walsh's Celebrity News; Jack Whitehall Investigates concerns itself with the subject of euthanasia; Jack invents a bullshit translator; and Gilbert interviews pop duo Same Difference.

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8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Thursday 30th July 2009

Jack and Holly try to contain a swine flu outbreak; it's a German special in Dictionary Corner; Holly asks members of the public what they think the 8th wonder of the world should be; Jack does some CGI gardening; Gilbert interviews posh socialite Henry Conway; and the show check's in with The Future Correspondent.

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9. Episode Nine

First broadcast: Thursday 6th August 2009

Jack Whitehall and Holly Walsh discuss immigration; Tom Allen explains what 'Holiday-nomance', 'Turfquibbles' and 'The Next-factor' mean; Jack Whitehall Investigates asks 'Prostitution - Ho's To Blame?'; Jack shows off his piano skills; Gilbert interviews Rex from Big Brother; and Ahir Shah presents Bright Side News.

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10. Episode Ten

First broadcast: Thursday 13th August 2009

This week Tom Allen teaches us what 'Festivalfanny' and 'Mutt Strutt' mean; Jack Whitehall Investigates concerns itself with drugs; Holly shows off her knowledge of football chants; Gilbert interviews former boyband member Ben Adams; and the show ends with a musical tribute to Jordan and Peter Andre.

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11. Episode Eleven

First broadcast: Thursday 20th August 2009

Dictionary Corner features the words 'Twattoo', 'Weddread' and 'Bar-be-fuck-U'; the Jack Whitehall Investigates studio audience debate religion; Quentin Tarantino films are re-imagined in a Nazi theme; and Gilbert interviews the rather arrogant and rude model Alicia Douvall.

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12. Episode Twelve

First broadcast: Thursday 27th August 2009

In the final Dictionary Corner, Tom Allen introduces us to the words 'Despro-Cool', 'Commuterage' and 'Sover'. Also Josh Howie finds out more about Swine Flu by talking to piss heads; Jack Whitehall investigates plastic surgery; Jack and Holly attend Eamonn Holmes' presenter classes; the TNT computer game; an after-run shower with 'female' sprinter Caster Semenya; and Gilbert talks to cleaning guru Kim Woodburn.

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