Stephen and Hugh are joined by special guests Clive Mantle and Imelda Staunton to discuss everything from getting drunk to opening supermarkets. Stephen tosses a salad as he expresses his ... See full summary »

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Stephen and Hugh are joined by special guests Clive Mantle and Imelda Staunton to discuss everything from getting drunk to opening supermarkets. Stephen tosses a salad as he expresses his anger about a Shakespeare play he watched at the Royal National Theatre. Written by Anonymous

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In the last sketch, Imelda Staunton and Stephen Fry initially call the cocktail by the name of "South Seas Vulvic Wart". But later in the sketch, Stephen calls it a "South Seas Genital Wart". See more »

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12 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Season 4 starts off with two weak episodes, but episode 3 marks a return to the show's original high quality. The guests show more spunk and make more of a contribution, and the sketches are a lot funnier.

This episode's sketches are: Cold Open: Vox Pop/Feuding Old Ladies; Intro: Foreign Languages; Guests: Clive Mantle & Imelda Staunton; She Laughs at My Peanuts (a favorite); East Enders; Hugh Sings "Little Girl" (a simple mustache and a gleam in his eye transform him into a creepy roué); Good Strong, Hot Strong Tea; Why Won't this Frigging Tomato Behave?! (another favorite - it's hilarious to see Stephen get so upset. I'm a bad person); Don't Be Dirty!; Cocktail: South Seas Vulvic Wart.


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