Brass Eye: Season 1, Episode 2

Drugs (5 Feb. 1997)

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First shown in 1997. What can we do about the millions of new drugs like Yellow Bentines and Triple-Sod? Award-winning Chris Morris takes another issue of the day and gives it a good spanking.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Morris ...
Christopher Morris / Ted Maul / David Sanction / Austen Tassletine / Insp. Lemuel Webb / David Voffov
David Cann ...
Donaldus Matthews / Vicar
Hayley Casanovas
...
Mr. Wastrey
Paul Garner
Sinead Griffin-Lennon ...
Desiree Wastrey
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Drug Dealer / Mark the School Drug Addict
Bill Moody ...
Ian Beezley
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Mrs. Wastrey
Bernard Ingham ...
Himself
Bernard Manning ...
Himself
Noel Edmonds ...
Himself
Bruno Brookes ...
Himself
...
Himself
David Amess ...
Himself (as David Amess MP)
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First shown in 1997. What can we do about the millions of new drugs like Yellow Bentines and Triple-Sod? Award-winning Chris Morris takes another issue of the day and gives it a good spanking.

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David Amess took his concerns about the fictional drug "cake" to the House of Commons in Parliament. Amess later complained to the Independent Television Commission that he had been tricked by the show. Graham Bright also complained to the ITC and his appearance was deleted from the reruns and the DVDs. See more »

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Chris Morris: [reading headline] "Last one on drugs is a queer," shouts Portillo.
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