The boys are having a very boring day so they decide to go down to the pub, where they run into Vyvyan's estranged mother.

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Vyvyan (as Ade Edmondson)
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Madness ...
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Mark Arden ...
Jim Barclay ...
Racist Policeman
Ruth Burnett ...
Jacqueline Clarke
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Policeman (as Steve Frost)
Paul Gale
Peter Greene
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The boys are having a very boring day so they decide to go down to the pub, where they run into Vyvyan's estranged mother.

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23 November 1982 (UK)  »

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When Vyvyan chops his finger off, a blood tube is clearly visible at the side of his arm. See more »

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Rick: Well, Vyvyan, you never told us your mother was a bartender.
Vyvyan: Well, she was a shoplifter when I knew her.
Neil: She doesn't look strong enough.
Vyvyan: Eh?
Neil: To lift shops.
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Spoofs Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) See more »

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Fire
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Written by Arthur Brown, Vincent Crane, Peter Ker, and Michael Finesilver
Performed by Arthur Brown
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The opposite of boring!
19 February 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This was probably my favourite episode of the Young Ones. Packed full of riotous laughs and alternative-ness, this is everything the Young Ones should be. The return of the Balowskis was absolutely hilarious - Billy's performance had me in stitches, especially when he was talking directly to us saying, "I've not always been mad, y'know..." Also featured in this episode - a terrorist siege in the Young Ones' house, on TV as a newsflash (interrupting Vyvyan's favourite programme "Bastard Squad), reported to us by BBC reporter Dan Prick (come on, just the name made me roar!), the Young Ones go down to the pub in which Madness are playing where Vyv meets someone from way back, and the Young Ones' house literally becomes "hell". Come on, when a TV episode's called "Boring", you know it's going to be anything but... 10/10


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