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 »

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Paddy: Paddy has needs!
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Production Secretaryi (sic) - Lisa Corkill See more »

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Referenced in Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 05 (2005) See more »

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28 November 2004 | by (Blackburn, England) – See all my reviews

I have watched all three episodes of Max & Paddy and have laughed out loud again and again. OK it's not as good as Phoenix Nights, but M & P shouldn't be compared to this because of the all the different characters within Phoenix Nights that allow this to create more comedy moments.

The Mick Bustin episode is the best so far and the wood scenes were Peter Kay and Paddy McGuiness through and through. I think it's best to watch the episodes a couple of times as this gives you the chance to pick up on things missed the first time around. Anyone who has watched any Peter Kay material knows that you must watch everything a few times to appreciate all the comedy classic moments.

I laughed more the second time of watching all the episodes.

All I can say is lets celebrate people who are trying to make us laugh and not knock them down. I hope Peter and Paddy carry on as a double act because I think they're classic!!

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