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SHANE ON SCREEN: NOT ALL MONSTERS ARE MASSIVE.

Byline: Shane Donaghey

NEVER mind big scary Hollywood monsters, Wednesday night's telly was scarier than the announcement: ... 'and now, a new series of Give My Head Peace'.

First, Aggie and Kim asked another proud owner of _ a slum, How Clean is Your House? on Channel 4.

But that was nothing to the stomach-churning hour of Bodysnatchers on BBC1.

Using the latest camera techniques, the makers of this turned up footage of all the nasty little beasties that see human and think, 'ahh, tasty'.

The odds of me using the Amazon to go to the toilet are, admittedly, long, but even so, seeing what ugly little cretin is attracted to urine in that mighty river was more than enough.

And really, the existence of tapeworms the length of a house are more than I need to know.

It's a jungle out there.

And watch out for your TV dinner.

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Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Nov 30, 2003
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