Brass Eye: Season 1, Episode 4

Sex (19 Feb. 1997)

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First shown in 1997. Chris Morris casts a satirical eye over the subject of sex and its relationship to society. Helpful contributors include Peter Stringfellow and David Sullivan.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Morris ...
Christopher Morris / David Unesco / Sir Hugh Maharggs / David Wavvin / Ted Maul / Austen Tassletine / Alabaster Codify / Romo Metaxxas / David Enthusiap
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American Vox Pop
Bill Bailey ...
Eyewitness
Peter Baynham ...
Welsh Naval Officer
Amelia Bullmore ...
Role Play Wife / Honolee Dolholly
Barbara Durkin ...
Philippa Jute
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Alan, Role Play Husband / Belgian Comedian
Lindsay Fraser
Francesca Ford
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Aids Guy / Ben Fetch / 'Would You?' Man
Simon Kunz ...
Captain Mervyn Bruge / Senator Dale Lee Agsby
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Libby Shuss
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Dekadeeka Dekkadade / Rubeglia Palliativa
Harriet Norcott ...
Sophie V'Haalbjje
Kathryn Pogson ...
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First shown in 1997. Chris Morris casts a satirical eye over the subject of sex and its relationship to society. Helpful contributors include Peter Stringfellow and David Sullivan.

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Sir Hugh Maharggs: Homosexuals can't swim, they attract enemy radar, they attract sharks, they nudge people when they're trying to shoot, they always insist on sitting at "The Captain's Table"... they *muck about*. Imagine... the fear... when you go to sleep with a gay man on board and think "Oh God, when I wake up, will everyone be dead?" You can't run a ship like that.
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