Cartoon Head and Judith are back together and show Moz their baby son,Plastic Face. But Moz still needs to raise the ransom money and Tilly lends it to him at her arty gathering,where she tells Moz ...
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Married couple Carmel and Colin drop by - as does Psycho Paul's mob,who are into trafficking in human organs,including a very large penis which Brian buys. Whilst Nicki is evicting squatter Troy and ...
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I have recently started watching series two. It took a little while to get into - there is a very loose plot line and the characters are not very deep - but hey it's a sitcom not a historical epic!!
After watching around four episodes, I have to admit I am hooked. This vehicle is perfect for Johnny Vegas - not like the awful "Sex Lives of the Potato Men". The scripts are witty with the odd comic twist and some of the one liners delivered by Vegas are cutting. I have just bought the first series on DVD and must admit it doesn't get into its stride very quickly, but by series two it is up and running and a must have on a Tuesday night - my wife hates it, so it definitely appeals to people who are slightly off the wall.
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