After his foul-mouthed ex-wife Ellen beats him up with a club on a mini-golf course Steven learns that she wants a hefty divorce settlement so it seems a gift when he is offered a part in ... See full summary »

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Steven Toast
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Ed Howzer-Black
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Crazy Golf Family Man
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Ellen Toast
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Mick Carriage
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Howard Bugowitz
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Martin Aynuss
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Jane Plough
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Thug
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Senna Poddington
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After his foul-mouthed ex-wife Ellen beats him up with a club on a mini-golf course Steven learns that she wants a hefty divorce settlement so it seems a gift when he is offered a part in the block-buster 'Prince Philip, Scoundrel Dog' directed by anti-Royalist rich Arab Mr Fasili. Jane thinks this is too controversial and suggests he does a laxative ad instead but Steven is not keen. However, when Mr Fasili dies before paying him Steven is all set to become the face of Lax-A-Daisy, until he finds out what happened to the last actor to do this. Written by don @ minifie-1

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3 November 2013 (UK)  »

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The cold opening for this episode is an edited version of the v/o recording session from the pilot episode, Toast of London: The Unspeakable Play (2012). It is likely that because archive footage was used, Tim Downie and Shazad Latif aren't credited for playing Danny Bear and Clem Fandango respectively. See more »

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