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Year: 2007 | 2009 | 2011 | 2012


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Other People

5 October 2007

Nicholas Burns ... Rick Parish

Phil Davis ... Sergeant (as Philip Davis)

Siobhan Finneran ... Shirley

John Fortune ... Magistrate

Martin Freeman ... Greg Wilson

Rebecca Grant ... Neela
Matt Green ... Mr. Kane

Emma Kennedy ... Sally Woodison
Adrian Mackinder ... Policeman
James Rochfort ... Prosecutor
Seann Walsh ... Court Security Guard

Season 1, Episode 2: Ladies and Gentlemen

12 October 2007

Season 1, Episode 3: Plus One

19 October 2007
Rob Black gets invited to his ex-girlfriend's wedding. She is marrying a pop-star (Duncan James from the band 'Blue') Driven by the necessity to prove he isn't the loser everyone assumes he is, Rob sets out to score an impressive date to be his 'Plus One' at the wedding.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Eejits

26 October 2007

Dessie Gallagher ... Maurice
Patrick McDonnell ... Gerard

Kathy Burke ... The Virgin Mary
Debbie Chazen ... Garvey

Ned Dennehy ... Bob Salmon
Eamon Geoghegan ... Very Angry Man

Mark Huberman ... Rory McWilliams
Finbar Lynch ... Concrete O'Hara
Arthur Mathews ... U2 Enterprises Security Division 1

Edward MacLiam ... Shamed by Babies Guitarist (as Edward McLiam)

Paul McGlinchey ... Tom Grace
Paul Woodfull ... U2 Enterprises Security Division 2

Season 1, Episode 5: Free Agents

9 November 2007

Season 1, Episode 6: Kevin Bishop

23 November 2007


Kevin Bishop ... Various

Jim Howick ... Various
Katie Males ... Various

Oliver Maltman ... Various
Vanessa Feltz ... Herself - Special Appearance

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Campus

6 November 2009
Jonty De Wolfe is the eccentric, cross-dressing vice-chancellor at the red-brick Kirke university. When Jason, the chief finance officer, accidentally authorizes paying the staff two lots of wages, thus putting the university into millions of pounds of debt, De Wolfe has to look for a solution. Plain Jane Maths lecturer Imogen Moffatt has written a best-selling book, which De Wolfe hopes will attract the 'foreigns' to Kirke. Now De Wolfe wants English lecturer Matt Beer to write another book to emulate Imogen's. Unfortunately Matt is a lazy womanizer and it looks as if the only way De Wolfe can come up with damage limitation is to fire a quarter of the staff.

Season 2, Episode 2: PhoneShop

13 November 2009
Christopher, a recent graduate, joins the PhoneShop on its infamous one day trial.

Tom Bennett ... Christopher

Andrew Brooke ... Ashley

Emma Fryer ... Janine
Javone Prince ... Jerwayne
Martin Trenaman ... Lance

Season 2, Episode 3: The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret

27 November 2009


David Cross ... Todd Margaret

John Fortune ... Magistrate

Will Arnett ... Brent Wilts

Amber Tamblyn ... Girl

Matt King ... Taxi Driver

Sharon Horgan ... Alice

Kayvan Novak ... Bomb Disposal Officer

Russell Tovey ... Dave

John Bishop ... Man at Trivia Machine

Sara Pascoe ... Woman at Trivia Machine

Spike Jonze ... Todd's boss (uncredited)

Kristen Schaal ... Tourist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Amazing Dermot

4 December 2009


Rhys Darby ... Dermot Flint / Leslie

Darren Boyd ... Mickey

Alex Macqueen ... Neil (as Alex MacQueen)

Sinead Keenan ... Wendy
Thaila Zucchi ... Lucille
Genevieve Barr ... Jessica
John Biddle ... Journalist
Richard Dixon ... Auctioneer

Travis Oliver ... Frank

Season 2, Episode 5: Guantanamo Phil

11 December 2009

Steve Edge ... Phil Mill

Rebekah Staton ... Carly

Justin Edwards ... Simpson-Jones
Martin Savage ... Brendon
Beverly Rudd ... Katie
Sally Bankes ... Janice
Ted Robbins ... Lee Parsons
Tony Mooney ... Dale
Conor Alexander ... Abouissa

Nayef Rashed ... Abouissa's Dad
Richard Standing ... Martin Quail

Catherine Tyldesley ... Louise
Colin Alltree ... Airport Cleaner

Season 2, Episode 6: Girl Friday

18 December 2009


Lu Corfield ... Various Characters

Kathryn Drysdale ... Various Characters

Kerry Howard ... Various Roles
Josie Long ... Various Characters

Sara Pascoe ... Various Characters

Matt E Hudson ... Barman (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Chickens

2 September 2011

Season 3, Episode 2: Coma Girl

9 September 2011
Coma Girl is about a group of female friends united by a shared history but divided by almost everything else. Most friends meet for dinner, or at the pub, or sometimes just grab a quick coffee together, but for these four old school friends their monthly get together is in the unsettling surroundings of an intensive care unit. Siobhan is a failing TV presenter, Sarah is a rather reluctant mother of three, Pip is a pseudo bohemian and Lucy, well Lucy is in a coma. After the initial shock of seeing their friend in such a state, the three old school friends soon realise that Lucy is in dire need of help, the sort of help that only they can provide. This is what real friendship is all about. As Lucy becomes more aware of what is going on around her, we delve into unexpected and funny moments from her subconscious. Meanwhile the rest of the girls learn to adapt to hospital life.
Anna Crilly ... Lucy

Katherine Parkinson ... Pip

Sarah Solemani ... Siobhan
Katy Wix ... Sarah
Julia Deakin ... Mrs. Kay
Joanna Neary ... Judith

Gwen Taylor ... Bernie
Ifan Huw Dafydd ... Driver
Marcus Onilude ... Benjie

Season 3, Episode 3: The Fun Police

16 September 2011


Rhys Darby ... Leslie

Jack Doolan ... Neil

Kerry Howard ... Colette
Clive Rowe ... Paul
Katy Wix ... Toni
Vic Reeves ... Richard (as Jim Moir)

Ella Kenion ... Journalist
Joanne Matthews ... Beautician

Nina Toussaint-White ... Beautician

Season 3, Episode 4: House of Rooms

12 January 2012

Milton Jones ... Milton

Cordelia Bugeja ... Alice
Colin Hoult ... Paul

Kenneth Collard ... Alan Cooper
Susie Blake ... Milton's Mother
Alexander Kirk ... Tony
Neil Edmond ... (voice)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Angelos Neil Epithemiou Show

30 December 2011

Season 3, Episode 6: The Function Room

19 August 2012
A studio sitcom set in a pub function room which observes the pub regulars who've booked the room for different events.

Josephine Butler ... Marina
Simon Day ... Rhodesy

Kevin Eldon ... Inspector Tony Marks
Patricia England ... Additional Cast

James Fleet ... Arthur Marvin

Blake Harrison ... Steve Lawson
Colin Hoult ... Stuart

Jessica Knappett ... PC Kelly Mink
Marek Larwood ... Sandy

Stephen Lord ... Peasey
Phil Nice ... The Priest

Daniel Rigby ... Yannick Montagu

Paul Ritter ... Jim Costello
Beverly Rudd ... Gillian Lawson

Reece Shearsmith ... P.C. Bracket
Ian Smith ... Additional Cast

Clive Aitkins ... Football Dad (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Felix & Murdo

28 December 2011
In 1908 banker and would-be inventor Felix and his idle,aristocratic friend Murdo,unsuccessful suitor for Felix's sister Winnie,read that the Olympic Games are to take place in London at the exorbitant cost of twelve guineas. Murdo decides to enter the javelin contest to impress Winnie though his training - by Felix - involves drinking and smoking.Meanwhile Felix is challenged to a duel by the father of Fanny,his betrothed,after opting to see Little Titch at the music hall,rather than get married. Murdo vows to win the event on behalf of the now injured Felix. Will he pull it off or lose out to clean-cut American rival Rex Masters?

Ben Miller ... Felix

Alexander Armstrong ... Murdo

Georgia King ... Winnie
Katy Wix ... Fanny
Marek Larwood ... Archie

Jonathan Coy ... Father of Fanny
Pippa Haywood ... Mother of Fanny

Lizzie Roper ... Mrs. Snivel

Corey Johnson ... Rex Masters

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