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The Knight Watchman and Bobby Ganoosh

The French and the British have been fighting for centuries. It used to be over land and now just culture and language, but they both agree on one thing: Americans are strange. The Brits complain about our American words and the French grumble about our food. Our secret camera caught the encounter between a newly arrived Frenchman in New York and our friend the Knight Watchman. And of course, Bobby Ganoosh finds them. We apologize for the summer intern’s translation captions; hey, she said she knew French.  

THE SANTORUM - SANDUSKY CONNECTION
Everyone knows that the educational system in America is under attack from politicians and snobs everywhere. WHACKO-TV once again cranked up our hidden microphones and cameras in New York's Central Park to hear what real people are saying. We caught the Knight Watchman and the famous PR person, Bobby Ganoosh in the act, of all things, conversation. And as they were "conversating", a studio audience was let in on the big secret.
THE QUEEN'S BIG DAY
REIGNING IN THE RAIN
WHACKO-TV was once again on top of the biggest news story on TV last weekend. We sent Sir Richard the Knight Watchman and his trusty American sidekick Bobby Ganoosh to cover the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. The Brits are a bit strange to celebrate 60 years of rain, but they eat blood pudding, too. And of course, it was raining for the big day at the ricotta cheese festival that took place on the river. We aren't sure why they would have ricotta on the river, but hey, that's why we broke away from them.
PICKING A COURT JESTER - WANKERS  NEED NOT APPLY
WHACKO-TV has been following Prince William ever since he announced his engagement. And we caught up with the Royals as they take on the tough task of picking a court jester. This is a job that pays little, but does bring with it the prestige and honor of a million royal subjects and a few predicate nouns. Bobby Ganoosh makes a cameo appearance where his words, "I'm not going to work for you, that is why we had a revolution" clearly a hidden message to those in the streets in Egypt.
THE KNIGHT WATCHMAN & BOBBY GANOOSH DEBUT
WHACKO-TV came up with a unique idea. They put a hidden camera in front of a bench in New York's Central Park and this is the first episode. We have the Knight Watchman and a fellow named Bobby Ganoosh and they talk openly about politics. Beware, these videos have not been edited, so the language is a bit salty, much like you would expect from Bobby Knight. Let's see if this idea catches on.