Behind the Bike Sheds: Season 2, Episode 3

Episode #2.3 (22 Jan. 1985)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Musical | Fantasy
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Snobby Gertrude Superwimp hates GBH who appears to have a crush her. GBH has gone wild like King Kong and finally finds her hiding down in the boiler house. Outside, everyone gathers wondering who will come out alive?

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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
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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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Snobby Gertrude Superwimp hates GBH who appears to have a crush her. GBH has gone wild like King Kong and finally finds her hiding down in the boiler house. Outside, everyone gathers wondering who will come out alive?

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Headmistress: [about Call me Joe] He seemed entirely suitable when I first interviewed him. Now, according to my secretary he has changed. Apparently, he is affecting trendy gear.
Trolly Molly: Like a dog's breakfast when I saw him.
[turns to camera]
Trolly Molly: Fit as a ferret.
[sucks in her breath]
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Features King Kong (1976) See more »

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Friends are where you find them
(uncredited)
Music composed by Mike Moran and Richard Cottle
Lyrics by John Yeoman
Performed by Martha Parsey (uncredited), Jenny Jay (uncredited) & Julie MaCauley (uncredited)
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