Jam (2000)
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Episode #1.3 

A woman, with her grinning husband beside her, explains her preferred method of foreplay. It involves her husband coming home crying and claiming he has just been homosexually raped "by a ... See full synopsis »

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Chris
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Dr. Alison Basingstoke / Mrs. Riley / Andrew's Boss / Woman In Cue / Wife #1 / Mother #2 / Marcus' Mother Marina
David Cann ...
Alcoholic / Dr. Michael Perlin / Mr. Reilly / Alex' Father Daniel
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Musician / Welsh Woman / Tenant / Louise / Wife #2 / Receptionist / Billy's Mother / Mother #1 / Alex' Mother
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Dung-Breathed Man #2 / Welsh Man / Nick Foster / Mr. Riley / Andrew / Cashier / Husband #1 / Doorman / Billy's Father / Father
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Dung-Breathed Man #1 / Mr. Lizard / Man With Gun In His Stomach / Husband #2 / Mr. Ventham / Marcus' Father
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A woman, with her grinning husband beside her, explains her preferred method of foreplay. It involves her husband coming home crying and claiming he has just been homosexually raped "by a gang of street poofs."

A doctor asks to see a patient's penis, which he then expresses great admiration for, much to the concern of the patient who actually only came in with a headache. The doctor then shows off his own penis. His colleague catches him and tells him off, making it apparent the doctor does this regularly. The doctor then asks if he will be able to do the same thing a few more times before being reported, and the colleague grudgingly agrees.

A woman whose housing rent has recently gone up decides to take action by lowering the house prices in the area (Kilburn) by spreading grease on shop windows, strewing used bandages all over the pavement and frying excrement on a grill by the side of the road.

An angry couple complain to a repairman that their new television has lizards coming out...

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6 April 2000 (UK)  »

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