John Oliver Explains His Love For Danish Kids’ TV Show About Man With Huge Genitals
Last week tonight is on hiatus for two weeks, but John Oliver drops quintessentially NSFW little bits and pieces on the internet to keep his fans full during the hiatus. On Sunday night his hobbyhorse was Denmark, in particular “children’s television in Denmark because since the start of this year there has been a new show there which has garnered a lot of attention”, a- he declared. The children’s show, John Dillermand, is “about a plasticine Super Mario who is dressed for a ski vacation and a 1920s beach party at the same time – and who, more importantly, has a huge striped snake cock “.
“The ‘diller’ in Dillermand is Danish penis slang, which means his name in English is basically ‘John Penisman’,” Oliver explained approvingly. The show was “an instant hit” with kids when it started airing in January, and for good reason. “It’s so much more imaginative than what passes for children’s entertainment here,” he said, citing examples. “DR, the public broadcaster behind this program, maintains that John Dillermand is really healthy, saying that it is about “the embarrassment and pleasure of the body” “and” “as desexualized as possible. “The problem is that there are some both in Denmark but especially outside Denmark who cannot understand the charms of this spectacle.”
Oliver barely bothered to shame the enemies, as what he really wanted to show was a somewhat bizarre manifestation of TV performance.
Last week Oliver praised octopuses – not octopuses, for the reasons he explained. “It’s really confusing to me that octopuses aren’t the most famous animals on the internet,” he said. “Cats have dominated the Internet for far too long, and it’s high time the octopuses got their turn. That’s it, that’s my whole point here: octopuses are great.” He has shown several examples to prove his point – convincingly, in fact. But if you think octopuses are a safer subject for work than kids’ TV shows about a super endowed hero, you’d be wrong. Take a look below.