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Mental Apparition Disorder 

Marty is taught the tricks of the after-life, such as how to levitate objects, by an elderly ghost called Wyvern. Jeannie, meanwhile, who has taken an active role in the agency, is ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vic Reeves ...
Marty Hopkirk
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Jeff Randall
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Prof. Wyvern
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Jeannie
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Dr. Lawyer
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The Mouth
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Craig Nash
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Felia Siderova (as Jessica Stevenson)
Fiona Allen ...
Lucy English
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Wendy Gill
Tim Perrin ...
Three-Piece
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Karen
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Cecil Waterman
Kate Williams ...
Mrs. Coles
Philip Bowen ...
Surgeon
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Marty is taught the tricks of the after-life, such as how to levitate objects, by an elderly ghost called Wyvern. Jeannie, meanwhile, who has taken an active role in the agency, is concerned for Jeff when he is overheard talking to Marty. She has him seek psychiatric aid from Dr. Lawyer, but he is a crook who hypnotises his clients into committing crimes for him. When he realises that Jeff is in contact with Marty he erases Marty from Jeff's memory, so Marty impersonates the doctor's voice and advises Jeff on how to thwart the next crime. Written by don @ minifie-1

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25 March 2000 (UK)  »

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This is the first episode that Tom Baker is in and in close-ups it is very easy to see the scar on Tom Baker's upper lip that happened 22 years prior, when he was The Doctor. During the filming of "The Ribos Operation" in 1978, Tom was bitten by Paul Seed's Jack Russell Terrier when trying to get the dog to perform a trick. See more »

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