Richard and Eddie are camping out on Wimbledon Common. Eddie has brought the tin opener but Richie has forgotten the tins. How will they survive? Chocolate Hob-Nobs and hedgehogs may be the solution.

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After loosing a bet, Richie and Eddie enters the countryside of Wimbledom Common, where they are spending a week camping in the outdoors. But problems arises, as they've only got one sleeping bag, a tin opener and a packet of chocolate Hob Nobs. And with not enough food and trying to think of a way of keeping themselves fed, Richie and Eddie tries fishing in the pond by using Eddie's vest as a net and Richie decides to eat a hedgehog, which Eddie believes is a Womble. Written by Daniel Williamson

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10 April 1995 (UK)  »

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The original transmission date for this episode was delayed for two and a half years due to a real life murder on Wimbledon Common. Despite being the last episode of series two, it was shown after all of series three for the first time. See more »

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When Richie is talking about how Red Native Americans eat hedgehog, there are four chocolate hobnobs on the fire. But when Eddie takes them off the fire to entice the hedgehog out, there are five. See more »

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Richie: Eddie, Eddie. What are you reading, Eddie?
Eddie: I don't know, I'm too drunk to focus.
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References The Wombles (1973) See more »

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Possibly one of the best episodes out there
9 June 2014 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

It has all the ingredients that all the other Bottom episodes have. Lots of (very much fake) violence, foul language, dirt, 'a hint of' sex, and of course Ade and Rik - may he rest in peace. Nothing more, nothing less, although this episode stands out as one of the best. It's also one of the very few episodes that doesn't take place at the flat, but in a sad excuse for a park around where the guys live.

I've had it lying around on VHS ever since it was first broadcast way back in the mid 90s, and it still makes tears come to my eyes from laughing.

The type of humour Rik and Ade bring in Bottom is hit or miss, but if it's hit, it's pretty much like that dart in the back of Rik's head... spot on!


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