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Piers Fletcher-Dervish (Character)
from "The New Statesman" (1987)

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  1. "The New Statesman"
        - The Irresistible Rise of Alan B'Stard (1992) TV episode, Played by Michael Troughton
        - A Bigger Splash (1992) TV episode, Played by Michael Troughton
        - Heil and Farewell (1992) TV episode, Played by Michael Troughton
        - Speaking in Tongues (1992) TV episode, Played by Michael Troughton
        - H*A*S*H (1992) TV episode, Played by Michael Troughton
          (21 more)
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  1. "Comedy Classics"
        - The New Statesman (2008) TV episode, Played by Michael Troughton

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From "The New Statesman: The Wapping Conspiracy (#2.3)" (1989)
Judge: [Banging his gavel] Silence in court!
[Looks up from his papers and sees Piers trying unsuccessfully to sneak in]
Judge: Mr. Fletcher-Dervish, I presume?
Piers Fletcher-Dervish: [Nervously] I pray the court's indulgence, my lord. My train was hijacked by irate commuters and I was taken to Cop Foster's against my will. Have I missed much?
Judge: Not as much as you're going to miss. I fine you one thousand guineas for contempt of court. Well, I think this is a suitable place to adjourn proceedings for this afternoon, as I have tickets for the lady's semi-finals at Wimbledon. Usher, the pictures please.
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