The public are expected to 'laugh until they cry' when the eagerly awaited 'Autumn Special' from the nation's favourite double act is broadcast by the BBC this week. The Cameron and Osborne Show will feature the many of the duo's favourite old themes, loads of new material, a host of celebrity guests, and of course their trademark catchphrase 'We're all in this together'.
It is thought the show, which has been in production for several months, will be hailed as an instant classic and millions of families are already looking forward to huddling around a candle together and watching the repeat every Christmas for the foreseeable future.
The show will start with the two loveable characters sharing a bed, just like they did at Oxford, with Osborne seeking advice on the finer nuances of the speech 'what he wrote'. And, when challenged about the detail on page six of his draft, Osborne is expected to insist that he's making 'all the right cuts, but not necessarily in the right order.'
But the highlight is expected to be a carefully crafted skit where various benefits are pulled out of cupboards and toasted, fried or split open with cleavers, all in perfect time to the strains of background track 'the stripper'.
However, controversy may also surround the appearance on the show of Deputy Prime minister Nick Clegg after concerns that his routine may appear 'inappropriate'. He will be seen making a speech for a few minutes from behind a desk, talking about how serious everything is, 'There may be trouble ahead,' he will say, 'but while there's music, and moonlight and love and romance...' he will continue as the desk splits open to reveal his shapely legs in fishnet tights and he starts high-kicking as the full orchestra strikes up; 'Let's face the music, and... Christ, the things they make me do!'
(With sincere apologies)