I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue 1972-2007 UK radio panel game I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, billed as "The Antidote to Panel Games," was a mainstay of BBC Radio 4 for thirty-five years. For almost all that run, the chairman was jazz trumpeter Humphrey Lyttleton. The regular panelists were Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden (both also members of the Goodies), Barry Cryer, and, until his death in 1996, Willie Rushton. Lyttleton, aided by pianist Colin Sell and by his lovely (and fictional) assistant Samantha, led the panelists through games such as One Song to the Tune of Another, Late Arrivals for the Ball, Mornington Crescent, Cheddar Gorge, and Sound Charades. In this last, each team of two would be given a title and would act out a scene hinting at that title. Garden and Cryer, usually paired together for this game, created two recurring characters, the elderly Scotsmen Hamish and Dougal, who often featured in their scenes. [The characters even got a spin-off radio program, which had much of the same punny humor and cheap double entendre of ISIHAC.] Sadly, Lyttleton passed away early in 2008, bringing this long-running institution to an end. Happy Tree Friends 2000-present US internet cartoon Happy Tree Friends is a series of Flash cartoon shorts about an assortment of very cute young animals (with names like Cuddles, Giggles, and Lumpy) who invariably die violent, graphic deaths. Characters are routinely impaled, burned, sliced, and more, all in gruesome detail; however, unlike certain cat-and-mouse cartoons, these deaths are usually accidental. These characters simply can't do anything without killing themselves and/or those around them. EDIT: Dana, I have the '91 revival on DVD, but haven't bought any of the original series yet. If you do get the later series, there's one thing you should know first. Even though the show was filmed in the usual 4:3 aspect ratio for television, the DVD is widescreen. It's basically pan-and-scan, but vertical. It had never occurred to me to check for that, and I was not happy when I found out. I'm not all that excited about the movie, but then I'm not a huge Tim Burton fan; I like some of his films and dislike others. Now have you listened to any of the audios made a couple years ago?