Eddie has locked himself away in the toilet and Richie finds he's been inventing gadgets and only to find himself joining Eddie on a adventure through time and space on-board Eddie's time machine "The Turdis" which is a toilet cubicle.
One of three hour long dramas that Rik Mayall did for ITV in the summer of 1993. Dancing Queen concerns Neil who is at his batchelor party. A stripper called Pandora performs her dance and ... See full summary »
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Richie buys an inflatable doll named Monica as his lover, and he tries to conceal it from Eddie. But it all goes terribly wrong when Richie accidentally super glues Monica to his groin, mistaking Eddie's super glue for Handcream.
A series of self contained TV films starring performers from London's "Comic Strip" comedy club and their friends. Noted for a high sense of parody of previous films, literature, and generally everyone in sight.
The screams of the damned mingle with the, with the, with the, the CRIES of the, uh, the vegetable sellers of, of London town! No they don't, that's wrong, damn damn DAMN!
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Unlike some of the other comments here, i thought it was really really good. The more physical comedy (the extreme slapstick) has always drawn me to the british comedy, and then finally to rik & ade because they are the kings.
Sure, it's not as witty as Bottom (my all time fave series), Young Ones or Catflap, but it features some of the most bizarre slapstick ever filmed. Some of them are a bit too much, some of them (like the Babysitter sketch) are just CLASSIC Rik & Ade.
And as people have already pointed out, it's very unusual to see Rik as the agressor. I gave it 10/10.
(I recommend that you watch like 30 minutes / day for maximum viewing pleasure)
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