Spaced (1999–2001)
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Tim and Mike create a robot for Robot Wars and are on their way to the quarter finals. Their rival team, a couple of fellow soldiers of Mike's in the Territorial Army, sabotage Tim and ... See full summary »

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Daisy Steiner (as Jessica Stevenson)
Julia Deakin ...
Marsha Klein
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Brian Topp
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Billy
Kevin Cecil ...
Harris
Paul Mark Elliott ...
Marty Berghaus
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Francesca
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Damien Knox
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Cromwell
Tim Sampson ...
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Tina
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Dexter
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Tim and Mike create a robot for Robot Wars and are on their way to the quarter finals. Their rival team, a couple of fellow soldiers of Mike's in the Territorial Army, sabotage Tim and Mike's robot. Brian gets invited to do an installation at a local art gallery, and ends up knocking himself out and becoming a figure in his art display. Mike and Tim exact their revenge on their rivals by rebuilding and improving their robot. Written by Tim Von Cloedt

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9 March 2001 (UK)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Mark Morriss, lead singer of British indie band The Bluetones, can be seen at the end of the episode when the characters are all in the pub. The Bluetones' music features in several episodes of Spaced. See more »

Quotes

Private Iron's command boot up: COMMAND.COM, LOAD BIOS, AXE ON/AXE OFF, FRIED GOLD 75%, ORAC:SET, ZEN:CHECK, 7 ZARK 7:ON, TO. ROM. I.O., CONTROLLER.FAT, COMSPEC.EXE, BERTHA.DAT, LOG CROSSOVER, CHOCKABLOCK - ACTIV, PARITY SET, MEMORY SET, SYSTEM STATUS, OK.
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Spoofs Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Incidental Backcloth
Performed by Keith Mansfield
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