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Tracey Takes On... 

Tracey Ullman takes on a different topic in each episode, giving different characters opinions on such things as vanity, royalty and law.
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Tracey Ullman takes on a different topic in each episode, giving different characters opinions on such things as vanity, royalty and law.

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24 January 1996 (USA)  »

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Leslie Abramson inspired the character Sydney Kross. See more »

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Follows Tracey Takes on New York (1993) See more »

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They Don't Know
("Tracey Takes On..." Main Title Theme)
Written by Kirsty MacColl (as MacColl)
Performed by Tracey Ullman
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Love It, Wish It Were Still On
25 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

A charming blend of old favorites (Kay), new faces (Linda Granger, Ruby Romaine), strong guest stars, and inventive sketches. My favorites were Ruby and Linda, but I loved nearly every single one. A truly entertaining and wildly creative series, and a superb showcase for Tracey.


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