A normal teenager is transported to a Monty Pythonesque medieval fantasy land where an odd, adamant knight takes him on a quest.

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Peasant
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Torturer's wife #2
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Huge Guard
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Mother
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Troll
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Witch
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A normal teenager is transported to a Monty Pythonesque medieval fantasy land where an odd, adamant knight takes him on a quest.

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When Chris Young auditioned to play Jake, the casting director said he was too handsome to play the part. He won them over, improvising his lines and making them laugh during the reading. The casting director then sent over his photograph to Graham Chapman who concluded he wasn't too good looking at all. He gave Chris the part. See more »

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It should have been made...
10 June 2003 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see the pilot episde and thought it was fantastic. I was completely gutted that some idiot said no to what could have been a massive cult hit. I wanted more and I'm sure I wasn't alone. The pilot was really funny and very original. You guys made a great production - have you ever thought about making it into a movie? Now that would be cool.


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