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Believe Nothing 

Britain's cleverest man and leading moral philosopher, Quadruple Professor Adonis Cnut, tackles some of the world's most pressing problems assisted by his slave like butler and a beautiful but mentally unbalanced colleague.
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Series cast summary:
Rik Mayall ...  Professor Adonis Cnut 6 episodes, 2002
Michael Maloney ...  Brian Albumen 6 episodes, 2002
Emily Bruni ...  Dr. Hannah Awkward 6 episodes, 2002
Don Warrington ...  Chairman 4 episodes, 2002
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Britain's cleverest man and leading moral philosopher, Quadruple Professor Adonis Cnut, tackles some of the world's most pressing problems assisted by his slave like butler and a beautiful but mentally unbalanced colleague.

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Rik Mayall is A. Cnut

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Comedy

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 July 2002 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Professor Cnut See more »

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Alomo Productions See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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Emily Bruni's character is named Dr. Hannah Awkward; the names "Hannah" and "Dr. Awkward" are both palindromic. See more »

Quotes

DI Aldiss: I'll be back, Professor Cnut, you nasty little misprint.
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A-W-E-S-O-M-E-!
7 January 2004 | by filmfreak-5See all my reviews

This is awesome, recently discovered this show. Not living in the UK and not watching much TV for that matter I never heard of this show, in spite of the fact that I price myself of being Denmark's #1 Rik Mayall fan!

Well...this show is hilarious...as always when Mayall touches something, to me this guy cannot possibly fail..

Like "Bottom" (1991) (qv) in many ways reminds you of "Young Ones, The" (1982) (qv) (or for that matter, the, to me, greatly underestimated and forgotten "Filthy Rich & Catflap" (1987) (qv)), this show reminds me a whole lot of "New Statesman, The" (1987) (qv) in which Mayall stars as Alan B'Stard - it's not the same character, but as in all his previous role fascism shines through, in a very distinguished (read: NOT AT ALL!) way..

I definately recommend this show if you found his previous shows laughable. This will tear you up just as much!


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