Unpredictable comedy sketch show featuring a range of weird and wonderful grotesque characters.
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 Geoff Duck and Chips / ... (21 episodes, 2005-2007)
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This new BBC Three comedy sketch show includes an exhibitionist cleaning lady, a team of quivering darters led by their twitching captain Paula, Maxine Bendix the plastic slapper who suffers from just a little bit of seepage and frustrated bachelor Don Peacock who never quite fulfills his fantasies. They are joined by menopausal, near naked needle-pointers; a dysfunctional family who cannot enjoy any meal in peace, a fighting OAP and an entertainer with a very unique animal act. Written by Smallvilleck

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Two times the titty, four times the bang! (series 2)

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20 September 2005 (UK)  »

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The name "Tittybangbang" was thought up by Bob Mortimer, as a way of luring in men as well as women. See more »

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The Harrogate Ladies underwear is visible several times despite the fact they're supposed to be naked from the waist down. See more »

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Lucy Montgomerry: Don't look at me, I'm just busting metal.
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Referenced in The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2007) See more »

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I'm Not Shy
Written by Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins, Nick Coler, Giselle Sommerville,
Lisa Cowling and Niara Scarlet
Performed by Frank
(Season Two)
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TBB is brilliantly funny... but not on a level that actually makes you laugh. It's a satire on the state of modern comedy...
22 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

TBB is brilliantly funny... but not on a level that actually makes you laugh. It's a satire on the state of modern comedy... it's full of empty catchphrases, paddling-pool characters, endless repetition, forced "dark" humour, and cloning of successful shows. It's not "like" Little Britain - it parodies it mercilessly! You have to watch for a while to really see what's going on: it's taken me a while to "get" it. But TBB is revolutionary! It turns the whole genre on its head by taking every current trend in comedy, and extrapolating them to their logical extremes. The result is a blistering attack on the stale state of TV comedy today. They're saying "Look what we can get away with!" (listen closely to the end of episode 1), and at the same time illustrating everything that is wrong. It's what Nathan Barley could have been, if the makers hadn't wussed out and decided to put jokes in it.

Hats off to the BBC for putting this on an entertainment channel! Considering how clever it really is, it ought to be on BBC4.

I wish there were more shows like Tittybangbang. I hate to think of BBC budgets being wasted on other so-called "comedians".

Incidentally, this was actually co-written by Bob Mortimer, under a false name (Robert Renwick). I don't really understand why. If I was Bob Mortimer, I'd be really proud of myself after this. Probably his finest work.


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