Dr Mumbo

Rommy’s golf credibility gulf

Welcome to day three of the 28 day torment of Panasonic.

If you’ve missed an episode, Campaign Palace continues to insist that the pranks pulled in The 28 Day Torment of Rommy Gulla are genuine. They also continue to insist that in this he is a “role player” who happens to also be an actor. Not an actor who’s acting in this.

Clear? Good.

In today’s episode they pull a prank on him in which they fill all of his kitchen cupboards with golf balls.

So let’s go to the tape…

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Does it strike you as odd that they’re only now working out how many golf balls they need?

You’d think they’d do that before they ordered them. And by the look of the giant bag of balls, they’ve already ordered them.

Be tricky if they haven’t got enough, wouldn’t it?

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While Dr Mumbo is all for preparation, why exactly are they studying a photo of his front window? And a map?

Isn’t the prank taking place in the kitchen?

And didn’t they demonstrate in day one that they have a front door key?

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You know in physics where if something can see you, you can see it – do you think he’s noticed the camera operator standing directly in front of him with a small branch for cover?

But perhaps the camera op is wearing the new Panasonic Cloak Of Invisibility.

(Note, by the way, the bag on Rommy’s back)

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Look! Rommy’s home.

You can tell because he’s just putting his bag down.

So we can rule out him having been mooching around the house for a while, and the camera didn’t capture it.

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And what’s the very first thing that he does? Four seconds after getting home. Having no idea what today’s prank is?

He looks in the cupboard. The booby trapped cupboard. Full of golf balls.

Lucky for the prank team. Imagine if he’d gone for a dump instead.

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Genuine, non-fake, totally unexpected hilarity ensues.

Bad luck, Rommy.

Well done, Campaign Palace. You certainly pranked him.

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