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Royston Vasey and the Monster from Hell 

As Royston Vasey is put under martial law and Legz Akimbo are hired to put on a play as a diversion the police arrest Eunice as the cause of the outbreak though Hilary escapes. Chinnery has... See full summary »

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Jeremy Dyson ...
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Mayor Larry Vaughan
Megan De Wolf ...
Chloe Denton
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Radclyffe Denton
Les Doherty ...
Leader of the Mob
Jeillo Edwards ...
Yvonne
Paul Hays-Marshall ...
Barbara Dixon
Niall Ross Hogan ...
John
Helen Lambert ...
Eunice Evans
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Inspector Cox
Amanda Lockett ...
Woman in Crowd
Martina McClements ...
Roberta Smart
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As Royston Vasey is put under martial law and Legz Akimbo are hired to put on a play as a diversion the police arrest Eunice as the cause of the outbreak though Hilary escapes. Chinnery has yet another death on his hands,this time a falcon, and Iris reveals to Judee Levinson that she is her mother. Benjamin finally escapes from his weird relatives with unexpected help from the twins and finds himself caught up in the chaos. He begins to have flashbacks about his captivity with Edward and Tubbs and points to the shop. The villagers,believing that he is indicating it as the source of the outbreak,march on the shop - where David is marrying Barbara - and burn it down. Meanwhile Hilary Briss is selling his specials on a tropical island. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy | Horror

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TV-Y
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18 February 2000 (UK)  »

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This episode features a parody of the film Kes (1969), one of director Steve Bendelack's favorite films. See more »

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References Bride of Frankenstein (1935) See more »

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Symphony No. 5
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Composed by Gustav Mahler
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