Stella Street (1997– )

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Roger Moore: Does your mother like games?
Joe Pesci: What are you fucking talking about? Hide the syringe? Golden showers? This is my mother we're talking about, not some fucking hooker.
Roger Moore: I thought you wanted a gambling ambiance.
Joe Pesci: You'll be the one needing a fucking ambulance, you're gambling with your fucking life.
Roger Moore: Well I just thought Joe you might like something cushy and comfortable so that you could relax...
Joe Pesci: What, to lie down?
Roger Moore: Yes, if you like...
Joe Pesci: What, with my mother? You incestuous sick fuck. Get the fuck out of my...
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The best little show on the Beeb
15 May 2000 | by (Currently "On Holiday By Mistake" in Champaign, IL) – See all my reviews

I was one of the many people who saw this originally and just thought "Huh?" Missing the wonderfully surreal point of the show. I've since bought both the videos and am thoroughly looking forward to series 3

Who could forget Jack Nicholson's unexplained obsession with Shreddies, or Al Pachino's Ikea fetish? Or David Bowie's "Laughing Man" tour? Michael Caine's "liver crossed with a spleen" shaped pool and Mick & Keith period. MORE! MORE!


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