Whilst visiting a factory Hugh is accosted by an irate woman complaining about her mother's treatment on the N.H.S. At the same time Ollie is dating a woman who is an advisor for the ... See full summary »

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Whilst visiting a factory Hugh is accosted by an irate woman complaining about her mother's treatment on the N.H.S. At the same time Ollie is dating a woman who is an advisor for the opposition party in the hopes that he will act as Tucker's spy. Hugh's discomfort is of course a Godsend to the other side but Ollie has to appreciate that loyalty to the party is more important than a girlfriend and help Tucker dig Hugh out of the mess. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Hugh jokes about looking like a 'disgraced geography teacher'. Shortly afterwards Chris Langham, the actor who plays Hugh, was arrested, tried, and convicted for possessing child pornography. See more »

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The car Hugh arrives at the factory changes from a Jaguar to a stretched Volvo (interior shots and also what Hugh is shown stepping out of) See more »

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Malcolm Tucker: Hey Jamie! This is Ollie!
Jamie: THE Ollie? The stuck-one-up-the-Opposition-for-us Ollie? Good fucking man! Good to meet you!
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References Tweenies (1999) See more »

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