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Team-mates had challenged Dundee University player Jonathon Cummins, 22, to snatch the Beemer as part of a dim-witted initiation.
He's played some of the most easy-going characters on TV including Peak Practice's Dr Jack Kerruish and the dim-witted Neville in Auf Wiedersehen Pet.
DIM-WITTED David Coburn has finally found someone who backs his opinion that women are "a special kind of man" - himself.
They play two dim-witted dorks running a hit public access cable show from their basement.
But only on condition that in exchange we can deport the 84 dim-witted bishops (who asked for a further 30,000 Syrians) to ensure there is no net gain to the numbers being let in?
A DIM-WITTED robber failed to cover his face during a violent attack on a Birmingham supermarket which was thwarted by brave shop workers.
The show goes ahead on January 13-24 with co-producer Paul taking centre stage as Gwendoline Gobstopper - aided and abetted in the quest for laughs by Phil Malkin, as dim-witted son Eddie.
With a knowing wink and a profusion of expletives, 22 Jump Street abides by the conventions of a sequel and condemns its dim-witted yet loveable protagonists to relive the plot of the original on a vastly inflated budget.
1) Teenage With a knowing wink and a profusion of expletives, 22 Jump Street abides by the conventions of a sequel and condemns its dim-witted yet loveable protagonists to relive the plot of the original on a vastly inflated budget.
He gave one guy a bowl haircut, the same style worn by his dim-witted comedy character Lloyd Christmas.
With a knowing wink and a profusion of expletives, 22 Jump Street has its dim-witted yet loveable protagonists relive the plot of the original on a vastly inflated budget.
The Nut Job Cert U EVEN young kids will be bored by this dim-witted and poorly animated animal adventure.