Hopeless doormen Max and Paddy leave clubland and embark on a series of wild and exciting adventures in their prized motorhome, "Easy Rider" style.
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 Max Bygraves / ... (6 episodes, 2004)
Paddy McGuinness ...
 Paddy O'Shea (6 episodes, 2004)
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 Tina (3 episodes, 2004)
Tony Mooney ...
 Wolfster (2 episodes, 2004)
Craig Cheetham ...
 Billy Shannon (2 episodes, 2004)
Toby Foster ...
 Les (2 episodes, 2004)
Steve Edge ...
 Alan (2 episodes, 2004)
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Hopeless doormen Max and Paddy leave clubland and embark on a series of wild and exciting adventures in their prized motorhome, "Easy Rider" style.

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Two outlaws create havoc and hilarity on a road trip that goes nowhere!

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In the 3rd Episode, Peter Kay decided not to use a stunt-voice for the scene where his character was required to sing Elton John's "That's why they call it the Blues". Kay sang the song himself and also did it in his character's voice. However later in the song they did dub in the actual harmonica solo, as Patrick McGuinness could not play the harmonica. See more »

Quotes

Paddy: [Max and Paddy are in prison] Look, you've got get me out of here. I can't take anymore more of that Millennium Prayer.
Max: I've already made a start, check the door. I did this last night when everyone was asleep.
[Lifts a poster on wall to reveal three scratch marks]
Paddy: What is that?
Max: Escape Tunnel.
[Paddy starts crying]
Max: Whoa, Whoa, Whoa come on man, get a grip you're coming apart.
Paddy: Where you tunneling to? The next cell?
Max: [Max exits cell and sees the mistake he's made] Oh shit!
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Production Secretaryi (sic) - Lisa Corkill See more »

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Spin-off Max & Paddy's The Power of Two (2005) See more »

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absolutely brilliant
23 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

absolutely brilliant!! it may not be as good as phoenix nights but M & P are top guys in comedy. Peter Kay as Max and Paddy Mcguinness as Paddy (coincedence in the names?) is the best comedy double act i have seen in years!! ( i may only be 14 but i know comedy well) i have to admit when i saw the first episode for the first time i thought it wasn't that funny - but i gave it a chance and as the series progressed it got funnier and funnier. the bit about Tina is absolutely top class "eh up i see cabarets arrived" as paddy said about her. there are some brilliant lines in here from Dink Dank do to How Dare you (hey that rhymes!!). my personal favourite is Too Far Tony!! maybe because I'm a Northerner myself (Manchester Massive) i find this funnier than others do.

this is a comic gem 10/10 the best sitcom i have ever seen


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