Smack the pony dating
Smack the Pony is a British sketch comedy show that ran from 1999 until 2003 on Channel 4.The main performers on the show were Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips.Sketches included a dog-walking woman being asked to sign a petition so that owners could walk their dogs near the pond.She says that she is not a dog person and is actually phobic.A woman clings to the leg of her ex-boyfriend constantly (at work, a nightclub, and even clinging to his leg at his wedding etc.), telling him that she's still in love with him, and hopes to reconcile (unsuccessfully, however).In 19, Smack the Pony won an Emmy Award for the 'Best Popular Arts Show'.High-heeled woman – This sketch was spread over all the series, and had a woman performing sports (such as a relay race or surfing) wearing inappropriate high-heeled shoes.
Naked man – This recurring skit appears in a few first series episodes.
Two sketches from the show made it onto Channel 4's 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches, the first being Saying Goodbye at number 39 and Singing Match at number 22.
In Britain, a VHS and DVD of The Best of Smack the Pony were released in 20 respectively.
This particular sketch was voted number 22 in the 2005 Channel 4 programme 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches, chosen by members of the public.
It was written by Marie Findley of the Mediæval Bæbes and was also based on their antics.