Behind the Bike Sheds: Season 2, Episode 2

Episode #2.2 (15 Jan. 1985)

TV Episode  |   |  Comedy, Musical, Fantasy
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Whistle Willie is replaced by Call me Joe, who pretends to be a fascist to please Megapig but really wants to be loved by all the children. This works for Jenny & Skids at least. Also ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Paul Charles ...
Paul
Jenny Jay ...
Jenny
Andrew Jones ...
AWOL
Julie MaCauley ...
Skids
Martha Parsey ...
Gertrude
Lee Sparke ...
Chas
Linus Staples ...
GBH
Adam Sunderland ...
Adam
Val McLane ...
Headmistress
Ken Jones ...
Whistle Willie
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Joe Winter
Sara Mair-Thomas ...
Trolly Molly (as Sarah Mair Thomas)
Tracy Place ...
Student / Dancer (as the Harehills dance group)
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Whistle Willie is replaced by Call me Joe, who pretends to be a fascist to please Megapig but really wants to be loved by all the children. This works for Jenny & Skids at least. Also joining the staff (and the Joe admiration club) is Trolly Molly the mobile canteen lady. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Joe Winter: [fiddling with his keyes] Humble pardons, lovely ladies, which way to the head monstress, up those stairs huh?
[Jenny & Skids nod]
Joe Winter: She's a bit of a dragon I understand, Into terror and destruction, likes to frighten, to rend and tear at young minds, to dominate, yeah?
JennySkids: Yes sir...
[Skids drops her hankerchief]
Jenny: [silently] Skids!
Joe Winter: [picks up the kerchief] Hey, you're utterly devoted servant, madam. And hey, drop the sir stuff, ok? Just call me Joe.
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Soundtracks

I saw him first
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Music composed by Mike Moran and Richard Cottle
Lyrics by John Yeoman
Performed by Jenny Jay (uncredited) & Julie MaCauley (uncredited)
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