22/11/2012

It Was Dangerous, Brian

Dangerous BrianThere's now an urgent review into the TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here after Brian Conley had a meltdown. They're worried about the checks that take place to make sure the famous people are safe.

Hmm, if only there was a way the contestants could get out if they needed to. Like a phrase, maybe, that points out they have a certain level of fame and that they should be allowed out because of it. If they had a phrase that said that they're well-known and therefore wish to leave the show, then they could be safe on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here. But I can't think of one right now.

Apparently they do a psychiatric assessments of contestants before they go on and that is the part of the show that is being reassessed. But that's the tricky part, they're testing the mental well-being of actors and comedians. They're never going to pass with flying colours. If you were right in the head you wouldn't want to make a living out of saying, "It's a puppet!" Dressing up as a fortune teller and calling yourself Septic Peg would make you fail any mental test surely. And ultimately, being willing to go on a show like I'm A Celeb simply must prove you're a little crazy.

So it's hard for the doctors to work out of the celebs are sane enough because they're all, almost by definition, a little bit insane.

Although, to be fair, you don't have to be an expert to see that maybe Brian shouldn't be in the jungle. A quick Google search will tell you that Brian has spoken in the past of his battles with alcoholism and depression.

Being in the jungle was hardly likely to help his depression. Although it would keep his alcoholism under check, unless he's really good with brewing jungle fruit.

And he's not the first. In the last series Freddie Starr left the jungle early. And with all of the news stories about him at the moment, he's probably wishing he stayed in there.

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