Jam (2000)
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Episode #1.4 

A doctor, allegedly to raise money for a little girl with head cancer, offers telephone sex, even when he is with patients. One patient is horrified when, in between asking him about his ... See full synopsis »

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Chris
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Rosa / Russ' Wife / Molly Padly / Mrs. Ferris
David Cann ...
Dr. Michael Perlin / Mr. Reilly
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Woman On Phone / Receptionist / Lucy Tiseman
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Matthew Vockersbeige / Maria's Customer / Doorman / Barry / Naked Man With Gun #2 / Robert Caesar / Peter Lusp
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Crime Git / Man Without Body / Paul Suss / Policeman / Mr. Ventham / Russ / Naked Man With Gun #1
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A doctor, allegedly to raise money for a little girl with head cancer, offers telephone sex, even when he is with patients. One patient is horrified when, in between asking him about his symptoms, the doctor keeps picking up the phone or speaking through a headset and saying things like "I've come on my knee", always in a very formal, disinterested voice.

A maid gets very upset when her employer tells her off for taking so long to vacuum the house because she uses a tiny vacuum cleaner that is only a few inches in height.

In a scene reminiscent of Nikita, a man has a fight with a friend and waits for someone to come round and dispose of the body. The person who arrives is a six-year-old girl, who, despite her tender age, turns out to be very proficient at chopping up corpses. She is also very foul-mouthed and carries a gun. The body turns out not to be dead, but she kills him so that she can finish the job. The police arrest the surviving man.

Mr Ventham goes to see his advisor with ...

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13 April 2000 (UK)  »

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