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The character 'Aga Saga woman' was based on an upper-class lady who was rude to Tate on Kings Road whilst she was pregnant. See more »
I'm sorry, where's my manners? Would you like a Rhubarb and Custard?
Um... no, thank you.
No, I'm not a great fan of boiled sweets myself. It's just good to have something to suck on between blanket checks. Know what I mean?
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I'm there too, watching children being maimed is funnier than this
Yes, I personally think that British comedy has died a death since the early 90's. The stuff on nowadays seems to be so reliant on these not-very-likable characters that are usually working class and have some kind of catchphrase that sounds sufficiently chav'esquire. re: "Am I bovvered", "yes but, no, but" etcetera. I wonder are the working class people laughing along with everyone else, thinking 'this is spot on, not only can i not speak English very well, I do have 30 kids and lost one in mac donalds earlier today' har har. Catherine Tate is the worst of the lot, and if she was better looking I might question how she got there.
How did she get there?
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