A spoof of the well known This Morning With Richard & Judy, by Alan Partridge.
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Stewart Lee ...
Richard Herring ...
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Richard Thomas ...
 Keyboard Player / ... 11 episodes, 1998-1999
Trevor Lock ...
 Himself / ... 11 episodes, 1998-1999
Nathalie Brandon ...
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 Nostradamus 10 episodes, 1999
Gordon Parnis ...
 Various Roles 7 episodes, 1999
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A spoof of the well known This Morning With Richard & Judy, by Alan Partridge.

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15 February 1998 (UK)  »

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In the second series, the Curious Orange was temporarily replaced by the Curious Alien because Paul Putner (who played the Orange) was filming for Dark Ages (1999) at the time. See more »

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Richard Herring: And then I got off the bus, ah!
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Referenced in The Ricky Gervais Show (2010) See more »

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And Then I Got Off The Bus - Aaahhh!
10 June 2001 | by (SE London, England) – See all my reviews

The best work so far of comedy duo Lee & Herring, these two live series, both originally broadcast Sunday lunchtimes, are just brilliant! Continuing with their running gags & catchphrases you see the usual familiar faces, such as the actor Kevin Eldon, appearing as a number of characters. And because it is live often things don't go quite to plan!

Sketches & features include Histor's Eye, The Organ Gang, When Insects Attack, The Unusual Priest, Sunday Heroes, The Curious Orange, When Things Get Knocked Over Spill Or Fall Out Of Cupboards, Lazy Comedy Slags, There'll Always Be Milk, Nostradamus, Trevor & Nathalie, King (or Queen) Of The Show and, of course, Simon Quinlank to name just a few.

Why oh why didn't the BBC give them another series?


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