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Carl Moss / Sterling Moss
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Mrs. Moss
Pauline Melville ...
Pauline Sneak
Peter Richardson ...
Mr. Chipstick
Benjamin Zephaniah ...
Rufus
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Anita (as Zoe Nathenson)
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Lennox
Laura Hill ...
Laura
Nigel Louie-Marie ...
Ashley
James Hickling ...
Chong's Son
Mmoloki Chrystie ...
Kid
Brian Croucher ...
Dave
David Beames ...
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Newsreader
Eddie Yeoh ...
Mr. Chong

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Carl Moss leaves jail,where he has taken the rap for his evil twin Sterling,and has been declared a model prisoner. Pauline Sneek,his probation officer - and girlfriend - gets him community work teaching youngsters how to lead law-abiding lives. This displeases Sterling,as he needs the young delinquents for his bicycle stealing ring. Written by mykey accident

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19 March 1988 (UK)  »

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Mrs. Moss: I may be a loveable old cockney racist, but I do like my reggae music.
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Disappointing
23 May 2017 | by (Butt Town) – See all my reviews

The title and story of this episode are from one of Alexei Sayle's oldest and dumbest jokes.It wasn't even a joke, it was just a random stupid thing he would say and somehow it was funny.Not surprisingly, it doesn't work as an hour long comedy.Some people didn't like that Sayle's stand-up,Young Ones appearances and his own TV shows were just him doing the same insane character with a Cockney accent.Those people haven't seen him on The Comic Strip Presents.For some reason when they let him write an episode of this show he makes the lead character so boring that it almost makes me hate him.While this episode had some great subtle jokes(like him being an unstructured activities coordinator)the plot is very thin.Some people would say I didn't get the humor but they are wrong.I got it, it's just not funny.


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