OMID's HOUR: Omid Djalili ... "I'm The King of England Bitch"


OMID's HOUR: Omid Djalili ... "I'm The King of England Bitch"
by Darius Kadivar

Omid Djalili's portrayal of tudor King Henry VIII of England, hopes to divorce Catherine of Aragon in order to marry Anne Boleyn. From the Omid Djalili Show Series 2 - Ep.1.

"I'm The King of England Bitch"

Behind the Scenes with Omid Djalili and other sketches ( More Henry VIII towards the end):

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Omid Dajili is funny .. ..

by javaneh29 on

Omid Dajili is funny .. .. although perhaps you have to understand the history and Brit sense of humour to appreciate him in these particular sketches.

Its kinda of funny because at first the Brits didnt 'get him' at all although now he on our tv screens everynight in commercials and his popularity has grown from there. 

Another up and coming comedian here is another Iranian called Keyvan Novak AKA facejacker or fonejacker.  who is, if you like that kind of humour, very funny indeed.




thanks for the clips

by humanbeing on

as for the last clip in the comment, it brought to mind pabst's kameradschaft. there's a famous scene in the shower, but it's more confusing, because it's got motifs of reconciliation in it. worth a try, sargord.  

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SPink Do You also Decide on What is Funny or Not in the IRI ?

by Darius Kadivar on

Knowing you have little Reasons to Laugh lately ...

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Sargord Pirouz

This is supposed to be

by Sargord Pirouz on

This is supposed to be funny? An Iranian guy talking in street jive as Henry VIII? 

You know, German jews, dressed up as nazi officers in "Hogan's Heroes," performed great comedy.

This Iranian guy isn't even worth the time I've taken to comment.