The BEST Episodes of Harry Hill's TV Burp

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Dec 2, 2019

Network: ITV

Harry Hill stars in this surreal comedy show, revolving around the previous week's shows on British television.

Series 8: Episode 10

#1 - Series 8: Episode 10

Season 8 - Episode 10

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1 votes
Series 8: Episode 1

#2 - Series 8: Episode 1

Season 8 - Episode 1

Harry returns for an eighth series of TV Burp, this week looking at the BBC's "Hole in the Wall", Channel 4's "Bear Grylls: Born Survivor", plus Eastenders reveals Harry's secret love child.

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1 votes
Directors: Peter Orton
Writers: Harry Hill
Series 8: Episode 4

#3 - Series 8: Episode 4

Season 8 - Episode 4

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 9

#4 - Series 8: Episode 9

Season 8 - Episode 9

star 8.00
2 votes
The Best of TV Burp 1

#5 - The Best of TV Burp 1

Season 8 - Episode 12

star 8.00
1 votes
The Best of TV Burp 2

#6 - The Best of TV Burp 2

Season 8 - Episode 13

star 8.00
1 votes
The Best of TV Burp 3

#7 - The Best of TV Burp 3

Season 8 - Episode 14

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 16

#8 - Series 8: Episode 16

Season 8 - Episode 16

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 18

#9 - Series 8: Episode 18

Season 8 - Episode 18

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 20

#10 - Series 8: Episode 20

Season 8 - Episode 20

Harry takes on 'The Colour of Money' and 'Paris Hilton's Best British Friend', whilst also giving us his unique renditions of "Pass the Dutchie" and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight".

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 9: Episode 1

#11 - Series 9: Episode 1

Season 9 - Episode 1

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 9: Episode 5

#12 - Series 9: Episode 5

Season 9 - Episode 5

The comedian reviews the past week's TV, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny. Featuring send-ups of popular programmes, clips and sketches based on recent television, and the answer to the weekly competition, where viewers had to look out for the Knitted Character that appeared on one of the past seven days' shows

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1 votes
Series 10: Episode 2

#13 - Series 10: Episode 2

Season 10 - Episode 2

The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

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1 votes
Series 10: Episode 3

#14 - Series 10: Episode 3

Season 10 - Episode 3

The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 10: Episode 4

#15 - Series 10: Episode 4

Season 10 - Episode 4

The big-collared comedian looks back at the week's small-screen highlights, subjecting the latest soap sagas, reality shows and documentaries to his unique brand of scrutiny.

star 8.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 2

#16 - Series 8: Episode 2

Season 8 - Episode 2

star 7.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 6

#17 - Series 8: Episode 6

Season 8 - Episode 6

star 7.00
1 votes
Series 8: Episode 8

#18 - Series 8: Episode 8

Season 8 - Episode 8

star 7.00
1 votes
Series 1: Episode 1

#19 - Series 1: Episode 1

Season 1 - Episode 1

In this first episode of the series, Harry pokes fun at the week's TV including soaps, Cruise Ship and Celebrity Fat Club – I mean Fit Club. He also takes the Mickey out of people like David Dickinson (""I am the hunter!"") and Ozzy Osbourne (who recreates safety when crossing the road). Harry also pays a visit to Emmerdale as a health inspector and tells you how to recreate the show's title sequence: run your eyes over a tray crammed with broccoli. We also have a ‘Severe Gail (Platt from Coronation Street) Warning', a fight between Doctor Who (Tom Baker) and Harry Potter to see who is better and discover if Hitler was gay.

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Series 1: Episode 2

#20 - Series 1: Episode 2

Season 1 - Episode 2

Harry Hill once again takes the Michael out of the week's television. This time, he reveals who could be hiding in the Big Brother household: Osama bin Laden. This edition pokes fun at the soaps, Celebrity Fat Club – I mean Fit Club and David Dickinson. We also have another ‘Severe Gail (Platt from Coronation Street) Warning' and Harry visits the set of The Bill (where he goes on the beat as a policeman). There's also a fight between a red nose and Pudsey Bear to see which charity event is better: Red Nose Day or Children In Need and find out what happens if you throw your tie on the floor in a snake-like shape and look down on it: the EastEnders title sequence (the tie resembles the Thames).

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Series 1: Episode 3

#21 - Series 1: Episode 3

Season 1 - Episode 3

Doctor Zhivago and Rik Waller are among the shows and celebrities Harry Hill takes the Mick out of in this edition. We also meet Harry's ventriloquist dummy of Dr. Zhivago. The comedian also meets the hopefuls on game show Mr Wright. Also contains a fight between Winston Churchill and Admiral Nelson to see who's the Greatest Briton and tons more!

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Series 1: Episode 4

#22 - Series 1: Episode 4

Season 1 - Episode 4

Jokes this time range from a suitcase in Emmerdale to The Bill, from Celebrity Big Brother to Jamie's Kitchen. Harry also visits the hopefuls on Pop Stars: The Rivals and takes the mess out of Crocodile Diaries. Also includes a food fight between Gary Rhodes and Ainsley Harriott.

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Series 1: Episode 5

#23 - Series 1: Episode 5

Season 1 - Episode 5

More madness at the look of this week's TV including Robot Wars, Holby City and Time Flyers. Harry reveals that they use beige sofas on hospital dramas whenever you see a close up of a body being cut open. Then, one of Harry's production crew drops the ketchup bottle down the sofa and Harry has to take it to Holby City. There is also a fight between Liam Gallagher and Charlotte Church to see who is better at being nasty. Find out how Harry reacted when Channel 4's Coronation Street documentary Seven Days That Shook the Street stole his fight idea and what happened next and why Bruce Forsyth has to have everything blown up ten times it's size. From a World War II documentary, Harry enters a competition to win £1000 by trying to create a device capable of killing a sheep from 100 yards. (He tries burning it by putting a giant magnifying glass (borrowed from Brucie) at the sun and burning it but it fails. Harry kills the sheep in the end with a picture of Anne Robinson.) We also see who h

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Series 1: Episode 6

#24 - Series 1: Episode 6

Season 1 - Episode 6

A special Christmas edition of the programme. Harry Hill, as usual, makes fun of the Television programmes over the week and comes up with an answer to the unusual toy on Emmerdale, a Spoogleman: a wooden spoon with a silly face and arms and legs made of straws. He also visits the BBC to get clips from upcoming EastEnders episodes but fails. There is also a fight between Father Christmas and Jesus to see who is better. Other jokes revolve around The Bill and Vain Men. Harry finds out the character in Coronation Street (Steve McDonald) who he believes previously had a sex change, as well as Hayley Cropper and looks at TV which will be shown over the New Year. We also see who is starring in nearly every pantomime over Christmas: Sooty. Harry concludes the show by mentioning the doom and gloom in the soaps over Christmas (death in EastEnders, stalker lurking about in Emmerdale and a serial killer on the loose in Coronation Street and The Bill) and finishes the series with a sinister Chris

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Series 2: Episode 1

#25 - Series 2: Episode 1

Season 2 - Episode 1

In the opener to Series 2, Harry pokes fun at TV shows such as the recent Henry VIII drama with Ray Winstone, Auction Man and soaps such as Coronation Street (Todd's gay kiss with Nick Tilsley) and Emmerdale (Zak's return and Terry's stroke). Also includes a visit to Coronation Street, a fight between illusionists David Blaine and Derren Brown and all the usual mayhem.

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