Eddie has been spending a lot of time in his room and Richie finds that he has been printing fake money. Unfortunately local counterfeiter "The Skullcrusher" is not amused and demands money... See full summary »



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Lee Cornes ...
Lucy Benjamin ...
Robert McKewley ...
Amy Marsden ...
Peter Geeves ...
Chris Sanders ...
Raymond Sawyer ...
Dominic Snowdon ...
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Colin Wyatt ...
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Eddie has been spending a lot of time in his room and Richie finds that he has been printing fake money. Unfortunately local counterfeiter "The Skullcrusher" is not amused and demands money. Luckily the pub quiz night could be their salvation. Written by Kevin Legg

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27 January 1995 (UK)  »

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Final appearances of Lee Cornes as Dick the barman, Christopher Ryan as Dave Hedgehog and Steven O'Donnell as Spudgun. See more »


When Richie tries to follow Spudgun and Hedgehog into Eddie's room and the door is slammed in his face and he bumps into it, the walls wobble and in one corner of the landing a crack of light appears for a split second, caused by the set walls becoming momentarily detached. See more »


Eddie: They're the Queen's jugs.
Richie: A. The Queen doesn't have jugs, she's royalty! B. If she did, she certainly wouldn't get 'em out on the back of a fiver, she'd save 'em up for the fifty!
Eddie: If you have a look at my fifty, you may find it a bit more risque.
[Richie glances at it and winces]
Richie: Eddie, that's tantamount to treason!... She's got three knockers!
Eddie: No, that's Bobby Charlton in the middle.
Richie: Are you insane? You couldn't buy these under the counter in Hamburg!
Eddie: That's the point, mate. The barkeeper will ...
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References The Magic Roundabout (1964) See more »

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Ridiculous, Outlandish, But Still Funny
15 January 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Plot In A Paragraph: Richie is bored because Eddie has locked himself away in his bedroom for a whole week. When Eddie's friends Spudgun and Dave Hedgehog turn up, Richie learns Eddie has been forging fake money. They decide to go down to the Lamb and Flag pub to see if the fake money works. But they get into trouble with Dick the bartender who demands if Richie and Eddie don't stop forging the fake and money and pay him £5000 quid, his partner Cockney gangster Skullcrusher Henderson will come and smash their heads in. Luckily the prize at that nights pub quiz is £5000.

Rick Myall and Ade Edmondson have always had the ability to make me laugh, nothing has changed here and it's a lot of fun to rewatch these episodes years later with my youngest son and see him laugh hysterically at the things that made me laugh when I was the same age.

Once again the trend of the season taking each episode out of reality continues with things getting more and more ridiculous and outlandish.

Lookout for Lucy Benjamin (Eastenders) in a small role as a pub quiz contestant.

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