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Patrick
Antonio ...
Handsome Man
Dave Atkins ...
Charlie
Deborah Benson ...
Victoria (as Debbie Benson)
Derrick Branche ...
Chris Bell
Betsy Brantley ...
Vanessa
Harry Burton ...
The Editor
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Nigel
Tania Coleridge ...
Simone
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Bouncer
Karen Drury ...
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Michael
Paul Mark Elliott ...
Corky (as Mark Elliott)
Rupert Farley ...
Mad Mickey
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Leonard
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Patrick is a director of avant-garde music videos. Whilst at a UB40 concert he walks into what he believes to be a portable toilet but is actually a matter transportation pod being used for an illegal experiment. As a result his personality is changed to that of a yobbish,Cockney Arsenal supporter. Written by don @ minifie-1

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12 March 1988 (UK)  »

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Yob monster: Ya WHAT!
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The Groucho Club
Written and Performed by Keith Allen and King Cobra
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Good and bad at the same time.
9 October 2016 | by (Drowning in a sea of brown & black.) – See all my reviews

While I do like this episode, the first 15 minutes don't make any sense at all.Ade's character is a scientist who is doing some kind of experiment in the back room of a concert hall.For some reason his experiment involves booths with toilets in them and somehow two different people manage to find this hidden room at the same time.One is a fruit cake music video director and the other is a football hooligan.They get their personalities switched and leave.For some reason the first step in the directors transformation is becoming racist.Because all football fans are racist.Ugh.But from that point on, the story gets much better even if it doesn't make too much sense.Considering that Keith Allen is the star, it's amazing that it's watchable at all.It's the best thing he ever did and it's still very average.


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