The dry frivolity of England continues as host Brian Forbes talks with inventor Sir Reginald Bo-Hey No about his latest collection of painfully funny comedy disguises. Special thanks for production camera and equipment to Thor Melsted, Sandra Payne, and Perry Payne. ; The dry frivolity of England continues as host Brian Forbes talks with inventor Sir Reginald Bo-Hey No about his latest collection of painfully funny comedy disguises. DIRECTED BY TOM KONKLE. Special thanks for production camera and equipment to Thor Melsted, Sandra Payne, and Perry Payne. A disguise can be anything which conceals or changes a person's physical appearance, including a wig, glasses, makeup, costume or other ways. Camouflage is one type of disguise for people, animals and objects. Hats, glasses, change in hair style or wigs, plastic surgery, and make-up are also used. Disguises are used by criminals such as bank robbers and by spies seeking to avoid identification. A well-known person or celebrity may choose to go "incognito" in order to avoid unwelcome press attention. In comic books and films disguises are used by superheroes and in science fiction by aliens. Dressing up in costumes is a Halloween tradition. Pain is "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage." It is the feeling common to such experiences as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine on a cut, and bumping the "funny bone". Pain motivates us to withdraw from potentially damaging situations, protect a damaged body part while it heals, and avoid those situations in the future. Most pain resolves promptly once the painful stimulus is removed and the body has healed, but sometimes pain persists despite removal of the stimulus and apparent healing of the body; and sometimes pain arises in the absence of any detectable stimulus, damage or disease
Starring Tom Konkle and David Beeler. The official selection in the 2011 ITVFest International Television festival, nominated Best Sketch Show Indie Intertube 2012 and winner of the Pocket Film Mobile Festival in France. Invention makes a science of absurdity. The British comedy series about a gadget and technology host who must forever interview the lunatic inventor, Sir Reginald Bo-Hey No. With inventions like the hairless toupee, the dead bee levitator and many other books and ridiculous ideas, distraught host Brian Forbes is kept busy listening to the maddeningly absurd funny ideas of inventor Sir Reginald every week. It is a classic two man sketch show in the talk show format in the tradition of Fry and Laurie and Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Starring Tom Konkle as Sir Reginald and David Beeler and Brian Forbes and produced by Pith-e Productions.