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Harry Hill's 'TV Burp' best moments - video

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If you believe what you read, Harry Hill's TV Burp is preparing to bid a final hurrah. ITV1's best comedy show, which has run for nearly a decade, will close its doors in 2012, claim reports.

Hill has managed to combine the surreal, spoof and some of the sharpest comedy writing on TV Burp, proving that family audience primetime telly can be both intelligent and hilarious.

To celebrate the end of TV Burp, Digital Spy has pulled together some of its personal favourite moments from the show's archives.

The birth of Wagbo
Hill's send-ups of The X Factor were taken to a new level with the creation of Wagbo last year. Will Master Wagbo be back in 2012? Let's hope so.



Best Harry Hill fight of all time
Harry Hill's 'fiiiiiiiight' sketches are his TV Burp trademark. Who else other than Hill could get away with shouting the line "come on Hitler!" and get a laugh?



Salmon!
Harry manages to pinpoint the awfulness and dire nature of short-lived Chris Tarrant quiz disaster Colour of Money in one hilarious three-minute send-up.



The arrival of Louie Spence
The TV phenomenon that is Louie Spence was introduced to the masses by Hill. Watch Spence's first infamous cameo on TV Burp:



The K Factor!
Probably Hill's finest hour - knitted TV talent contest The K Factor. Some might say it was even better than the real thing...



Eoghan Quigg's phone face
Poor Eoghan Quigg. He was a hot favourite to win The X Factor and topped the phone votes in the early weeks. Who knows what might have happened if Harry hadn't cottoned on to the young lad's "phone face"?



Kilroy get's TV Burp-ed
A TV Burp gem from way back in series two. Hill manages to squeeze every last drop of funny out of the ludicrous world of Robert Kilroy-Silk.



What are your favourite Harry Hill TV Burp moments? Do you think it's the right time for him to quit the show? Share your views below

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