17 November 2019 15:15
Get the biggest Daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Ever since mummy's nest egg dried up, I've told Mark that this was a good idea. Take that Mark. It's been a long 2,302 days I've sat on this gold-mine. The day has come and Theo Walcott is 30. I've finally cashed in.
I've made twenty-thousand pounds; I'm going to be a millionaire!!! Suck it Alan Sugar, I am a financial genius. All this work is tiring, now I know how whatshisname felt when he finished the Mona Lisa... Knackered. For anyone else jumping on the Threo Walcott bandwagon and trying to take credit for my absolutely brilliant idea - BACK OFF.
Get in touch using [email protected], call 07584591102 or tweet me @KatieTimms94. Everton winger Theo Walcott turns 30 today - and Peep Show fans are celebrating the day they've been waiting just over six years for. The winger shot to fame when Arsenal splashed out to sign him from Southampton when he was just 16. But for those who don't follow football, he's more familiar as the nucleus for Jeremy Usborne's million-pound idea in the hit Channel 4 sitcom. After right-hand man and bandmate Super Hans sells out by getting 'a job and a suit', Jez pinpoints March 16, 2019 (TODAY!) as the day he becomes rich and famous.
Well, after years of negotiating, we finally have the rights to the headline after we found some spare cash in the budget. It looks like we've landed ourselves a bargain, as Jez famously doesn't fully understand what constitutes £1m. I'm going to be a millionaire!" he excitedly announced in season five when receiving inheritance from his great-aunt. Advertisement And hopefully he'll share some of the cash with Mark, who he owes over a thousand pounds. "Four thousand," Mark corrected him. "Exactly. OVER a thousand pounds. Theo Walcott has entered his thirty-first year. Happy Birthday. — Robert Webb (@arobertwebb) March 16, 2019 Walcott himself will have little time to relax on the big day, with Everton preparing for their clash against Chelsea tomorrow (4.30pm). But El Dude brothers (and sisters) all over the country will be joining forces for the occasion. The long-awaited day has finally arrived for Peep Show fans as Theo Walcott turns 30. The Everton forward has probably never had so much attention on his birthday as he is getting today and for good reason. This day has been highly anticipated by fans of the Peep Show for years because of an episode in Series 8 of the hit Channel 4 show where Jez famously talks about his plan to make 'millions' by selling the headline 'Three-0 Walcott' to a tabloid newspaper when the footballer turns 30. Peep Show fans are celebrating 'Three-O Walcott day' in honour of classic sketch Jez wanted to sell the headline 'Three-O Walcott' when the forward turns 30 - which is today! JEZ'S THREE-O WALCOTT PLAN Jez: I've always got the Three-O Walcott millions. Mark: Jeremy's planning to sell the headline 'Three-O Walcott' to a tabloid newspaper when Theo Walcott turns 30, and we've agreed not to argue whether that's a good plan. Jez: It is a good plan. Mark: I know. Well, that day is here and that headline is everywhere with fans celebrating 'Three-O Walcott day' on social media in honour of the classic sketch. Fans took to social media in their droves to wish a happy birthday to the Everton star and remind Jez to cash in. Robert Webb, who plays Jez in the Peep Show, also wrote on Twitter: 'Happy Birthday to Walcott, the England and Everton forward who today celebrates his thirtieth.' Peep Show fans have been waiting Walcott to turn 30 since the episode was aired back in 2012. One fan of the programme even showed he had today jotted down in his calendar to ensure he wouldn't forget. Bethnal Green Working Men's Club even hosted a special themed event on Friday to celebrate Three-O Walcott while the headline also appearing in The Sun. The Community Chest put on the show as a fund raiser for itself and other local non-profits. The springtime event brought in over 140 different pieces of art, all of which used marshmallow peeps in one way or another. Some local artists had a unique chance to show off their talents in Webster. The Webster Community Chest held its fourth annual Marshmallow Peep Show on March 30 and 31. The Community Chest put on the show as a fund raiser for itself and other local non-profits. The event brought in over 140 different pieces of art, all of which used marshmallow peeps in one way or another. Webster Community Chest Vice President Michael Grenier says it wasn't too hard to get people interested in making art with peeps. I think it was Time Magazine, last year ran a list of the hundred best things about America and marshmallow peeps I think made 97? But it was definitely on the list," said Grenier of the country's interest in the traditional Easter treat. "So people come because there are so many things that have been done with them. People use it for the texture, they use it for the pastel colors, and a lot of the objects, if you look at them, you wouldn't even know they were made of peeps." Voting took place and the top displays were awarded "Peeple's Choice" awards.