Neil gets tricked into giving his house keys to a mugger. This leads to the boys arming themselves up to defends themselves against an attack they believe is inevitable. Unsurprisingly, the... See full summary »
Ross K. Foad
Ross K. Foad,
Australian billionaire, Sly Morgan is invited to join the Stark Conspiracy, a group of the world's richest people who plan to save themselves from the Earth's impending environmental doom. ... See full summary »
Follows Council Officer Gerald Wright, a man dedicated to the minimization of risk, even where no actual risk exists. If only Gerald were able to control his own life with the same ... See full summary »
When a supermarket issues a new car share scheme. Assistant Manager John Redmond (Peter Kay) and Promotions Rep Kayleigh Kitson (Sian Gibson) are forced to commute together every day. But will they get along?
Three of a Kind, The humour, the social commentary, the sarcasm, the absolute lack of sexist and racist humour. Back then, this was pretty ground breaking. Sure it had been going in at 'alternative cabarets' etc. around London and Student Union's, but would the mainstream monocultural couch potatoes be able to appreciate this 'new wave of humour'? Three of a Kind worked, and how, reaching a wider audience than the narrow intellectual trendy students, it showed how what had been called alternative humour could go mainstream.
And yes, Tracy was there, and flanked by Dave and Lenny...Killer combo. Rent it just to see the Social Worker Stint.
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