The Chin returns and Des 'O Connor's biggest fan has some news.
31 March 2013
Writer and comedian Daniel Ruiz Tizon, a man on his fifth nose, returns with an Easter Sunday special with the man who single handedly brought down the cult comedy podcast, Please Don't Hug Me, Dr Chin.
Please Don't Hug Me is written, produced and co- presented by TV writer, podcaster/broadcaster and comedian, Daniel Ruiz Tizon, a man who spent the nineties convinced he was one half of Tears For Fears. With him every week is his old school friend and 1980s sprint champion, Micky Boyd, a London cabbie and motor mouth with a 1970s retro body.
Now, for the first time, you can see the infamous, aborted episodes, never before aired, featuring the unhinged Dr Chin, recorded in November 2011.
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And follow the mad doc on @roozerchin
Toilet seat papering master Daniel Ruiz Tizon continues to struggle for form as he attempts to paper the seat of his hotel loo. Coach Micky Boyd is on hand with some wise words.
Please Don't Hug Me is the brainchild of TV writer, comedian, Sabotage Times columnist, sometime football journalist and all too often temporary office worker, Daniel Ruiz Tizon. He is occasionally joined by friend and 1980s school sprint champion Micky Boyd, who still believes in him.
Written by and starring Daniel Ruiz Tizon
Directed by Giovanni Costa
Daniel bemoans the loss of the iPod his ex-girlfriend took with her.
A comedy written by and starring London comedian Daniel Ruiz Tizon.
Directed by Giovanni Costa.
The Chinmeister is now available for removals. Follow him on twitter @roozerchin
The Chin - Des O' Connor's number one fan - is back and he's both hammered and he's picked up a nasty rash.
Run like the Chin.
Follow Des O' Connor's biggest fan on twitter @roozerchin
Daniel's new soft close toilet seat has one major flaw.
Writer-broadcaster Daniel Ruiz Tizon on the country's confused relationship with coffee.
Writer-broadcaster Daniel Ruiz Tizon looks into the recent disturbing street sunbathing phenomenon taking hold in Lambeth, south London.
Concerned that age and increasingly small accommodation is impacting upon his ability to do his shoelaces properly, writer-broadcaster Daniel Ruiz Tizon comes up with a solution to the problem.
Uncouth jack of all trades, The Chin, returns to tell Daniel Ruiz Tizon about his all time favourite TV shows.
Unhinged eighties man from the suburbs, The Chin, shows the world how to dance.
Venting with unreconstructed 80s man, The Chin.