Saturday morning magazine show based around a busy house in Maidstone, Kent - No. 73 - featuring star guests, music, cartoons and fun. The twist to the show was that its presenters played characters rather than themselves, adding a subplot to the show each week as various different dramas and escapades were experienced by Kim, Neil, Harry, Dawn and co. each week. Written by
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During the first three seasons, the presenters/cast members were not credited by their actual names, but as their characters during the end credits. However, they all did receive a writers credit for 'additional dialogue' as they contributed the bulk of their own dialogue. Patrick Doyle
, who played two different parts, left the cast before the start of the fourth season, and was therefore only credited on screen as a writer (as 'Pat Doyle') and not as an actor. See more
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