The Main index is split into two sections, here's a guide as to what you can find under each colourful logo (NOTE: You can click on any of the section titles to be taken directly to that section):
The Hex Files is an X-Files spoof. Pure and simple, it's the usual tale of two FBI agents unravelling mysterious cases of the paranormal as based on the FOX TV series. What makes The Hex Files different is that it has no sexual content or swearing, making more room for actual jokes rather than raising titters with constant four letter words. The other distinguishing feature about The Hex Files is the fact that it's divided into episodes, seasons and parts along with Character Bios, a FAQ Page and adverts for forthcoming features. With an ongoing mythology of its own, The Hex Files is by far the biggest and longest running X-Files parody ever written.
The Hex Files has concluded after running for seven seasons. Each season contains five episodes. All scripts available to download in Works for Windows or Word for Windows format.
Red Dwarf is a comedy not written by me, but by the incredibly talented Rob Grant and Doug Naylor (the latter now writes the series by himself). The reason it gets a section dedicated to it is for the fact it is one of the few comedies which is consistently fantastic and has inspired a whole new genre of Sci-Fi comedy. This site is small since there are many other far, far better ones worth checking out from the Links page but does contain the most complete Episode Guide available on the Web. I've also written a large fanfic based on the series, which is also why it's getting space devoted to it. Have a look at my site then check out the Links page for further info
Plugs is another spoof but this time is based on a not so well known series called BUGs. If you live outside the UK then you probably won't have seen the series which is based on a team of crime fighters in the near future who use gadgets, gizmos and computers to save the world. Plugs goes along the same premise spoofing the characters and some of the episodes. As with the Hex Files, Plugs has been split into seasons and parts so making it a more 'realistic' viewing experience.
Plugs has concluded after running for three series. Each series contains two two-part stories and one three-part trilogy. All scripts available to download in Works for Windows or Word for Windows format.
This is the first comedy series I have which is entirely original (granted not in terms of concept, it has taken inspiration from Men Behaving Badly and Father Ted). It features two men stuck in the real world and the trials and tribulations they face. Each episode is individual and it's not split into series (not unless I send it to the BBC to be made...) Join Preston and Martin in their flat in Coleslaw Road to discover what the true meaning of the word 'failure' is. (According to Preston's mum, anyway).
There are two episodes of Cabbage available to download. Both scripts available to download in Works for Windows or Word for Windows format.
CHAT IN THE COMEDY WAREHOUSE
This is my spanky and lovely chat room where you can go and see if anybody else has turned up. It is conceivable that I may start to organise chats and stuff, but that's very, very unlikely at this time.
MUSIC AT THE COMEDY WAREHOUSE
Check the 'MIDI Warehouse' title underneath this section
IN THE COMEDY WAREHOUSE?
No tricks here, this is my 'What's New?' page. Just click on it to see the latest additions to the site and a backlog of earlier updates. The site is usually updated once a week (or sooner!) but occasionally updates slip back a little.
IS BEHIND THE COMEDY WAREHOUSE?
For those of you keen to know about your host, here's a quick biography and introduction to the face behind the Comedy Warehouse and a huge list of thank-yous to those who made it all possible. And in answer to the most frequently asked question I get: No, it's not a picture of Pierce Brosnan. We just have a similar cheek-bone structure...
AWARDS HAVE BEEN WON BY THE COMEDY
Yes, folks. Believe it or not, you're sitting on a multiple award winning site. It's always nice for the old self-confidence to show off the little accolades I collect, and it gives the perfect opportunity to play that Medal Ceremony music off 'Star Wars'.
ARE RECOMMENDED BY THE COMEDY WAREHOUSE?
I'll keep this as simple as I can...it's a links page. There are links to sites related to this web site and to me personally (so you can analyse my psyche or something.) The topics in order of appearance are: The X-Files, Red Dwarf, BUGs, Sites from People I Know, Gabriel Knight, Monkey Island and Knightmare and it contains links to the sites of such wondrous persons as Robert Llewellyn and Dean Haglund.
The Comedy Warehouse's "sister" site which has very little to do with comedy
whatsoever (except in passing). As well as creating an archive of my written works, I
also wanted to compile an archive of easy to find MIDI tracks in a user friendly site.
You won't find any exclusives here, all these MIDIs come from other sites and
newsgroups, but the lay-out and organisation are simple and you can find what you
want without the hassle of frames/JAVA and other things which sites use for no other
purpose than to slow everything down. Currently, there are over 800 MIDIs in the
Warehouse, with more being added all the time.
You can reach the MIDI warehouse from every page in the Comedy Warehouse by clicking the link at the bottom marked 'Click here to visit the music page'
Available Track: The Secret of Monkey Island
Click here to visit the MIDI Warehouse
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