Spitting Image trailer sees Boris, Trump and Putin battle in puppet penis fight
The trailer for Spitting Image is here – and warning, there is puppet genitalia involved.
After 24 years off air, the satirical puppet show is making its return to BritBox, and with it comes a host of new puppets, including Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and Kanye West.
And in the first trailer for the new series, the Prime Minister and the US President are the main butts of the joke, as we see ‘Trump’ declaring that while the idea of a puppet TV show is the ‘very most moronic thing I’ve heard’, his puppet will be the best and he loves it.
We then proceed to the United Nations, where Trump has lost his toupee and Kanye West, who has declared himself ruler of earth, is chucking Yeezys at the delegates.
The world leaders later retire to the sauna where they tuck into buckets of fried chicken, with Trump saying: ‘I wouldn’t worry about some dumb TV show, Boris. How are they going to make us look stupid?’
Boris says it ‘can’t be done’, before Vladimir Putin storms into the room in a dog collar, flanked by two women.
The politicians’ towels drop, and in something that will probably scar you before lunchtime, Putin uses his felt penis as a weapon against Boris and Trump’s private parts.
Safe to say the show isn’t exactly PG.
The trailer also sees caricature cameos from Gwyneth Paltrow, who is now flogging ‘anus oil’ after the success of her vagina candle, Kim Kardashian, who has got ‘Spitting Image’ tattooed on her bum, and the puppet Pope, who promoted the show to get money for gnocchi.
The puppets of Billie Eilish, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, The Rock, Ed Sheeran and Prince Andrew also feature in the trailer, with the celebs promoting the show which ‘takes on the global elite with sophisticated satire’.
In anticipation for the show’s return, BritBox unveiled the puppets of politicians including Michael Gove and Priti Patel and royals including Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The 10 episode series will air on BritBox from October 3.
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