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X Marquis the Spot 

Em and Jack visit a luxury resort to recover the Crown of King George. However, the place turns out to be Marquis de Sade's private S&M haven called the Agony Island. Jack must pretend to be Em's "pet" long enough to recover the crown.

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Angela Marie Dotchin ...
Mrs. Emilia Smythe Rothschild (as Angela Dotchin)
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Stephen Papps ...
Captain Brogard
Michael Hallows ...
Gunter
Trasa Dilks ...
Helga
Sarah Leo ...
Simon Roborgh ...
Attendant #1
Lulu Alach ...
Brogard's Dominatrix (as Lulu Allach)
Marek Sumich ...
Croque / Marquis Camera Double (as Marek Summich)
Shemp Wooley ...
Voice of Jean-Claude
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Em and Jack visit a luxury resort to recover the Crown of King George. However, the place turns out to be Marquis de Sade's private S&M haven called the Agony Island. Jack must pretend to be Em's "pet" long enough to recover the crown.

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8 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Governor Croque: The Marquis de Sade is my second cousin, twice-removed.
Jack Stiles: I can see why you removed him.
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Spoofs Exit to Eden (1994) See more »

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Fantastic
23 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

I don't know why this is my favourite Jack of all Trades episodes...Oh wait LEATHER CLAD BRUCE CAMPBELL!! & the Marquis De Sade. So eerily close to perfection. The continuous sight gags make the episode near unwatchable it's so funny and Stuart Devinie is brilliant as the Marquis making some of the funniest faces every committed to tape. The plot however is a little bit weaker than some other episodes. Jack and Emilia go to Agony Island to try and reclaim King George the Third's Crown but things like the conversation with Von Rufhausen (ha ha Punny) and the triathlon of pain make this the least historically accurate and most fun episode of the bunch.


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