The Pub Landlord is a small-minded, bullet headed Little Englander whose prejudices mask a surprisingly sensitive, vulnerable and confused man. He is King of his own world but outside of ... See full summary »
Richard Herring delivers a set that wonders how the 'toothbrush moustache' has come to symbolize Nazi infamy (when worn by Hitler), when it used to be a symbol of comedy (when worn by Charlie Chaplin).
After hearing comedian Frankie Boyle say that all comedian over 40 should quit because they're not angry enough any more, 42-year-old Stewart Lee ponders youth, piracy, pears and the hatefulness of the Top Gear presenters.
In the final episode, in which the Curious Orange becomes the citric equivalent of Davros from Doctor Who (1963), Curious Orange was originally to have been defeated by Tom Baker. Baker declined, saying that the part was "not for him". See more »
The Unusual Priest:
And I did beat upon my manhood crying "Out Demon, Out!" And then my seed did spill upon the ground, and I was sore ashamed. Anyway, then I got off the bus...
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