A satirical glimpse at the early 21st century in which impressionists Phil Cornwell and John Sessions send up celebrity culture, including: Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, who run a corner shop; Jack Nicholson and Al Pacino, who rub shoulders in a leafy lane in suburbia; and David Bowie, who has his underpants starched and ironed by an uptight cockney charlady named Mrs. Huggett. Megastars come and go, but nothing escapes the watchful eye of their long-suffering neighbor, Michael Caine. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
Did You Know?
The episode of Dirk Bogarde selling his house to prospective David Essex was censored when it was repeated. In the original Dirk gets a bit excited when Essex jumps on his bed. The repeat cut Bogarde's arousal as it was repeated shortly after his death See more
References The Devil's Advocate
WHITE SUITED AND BOOTED
Music by Simon Brint
Words by Phil Cornwell and Peter Richardson See more