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Fiona Allen ...  Various Characters 12 episodes, 1997
Sanjeev Bhaskar ...  Various Characters 12 episodes, 1997
Jeremy Fowlds Jeremy Fowlds ...  Various Characters 12 episodes, 1997
Amanda Holden ...  Various Characters 12 episodes, 1997
Ella Kenion ...  Various Characters 12 episodes, 1997
Simon Pegg ...  Various Characters 12 episodes, 1997
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English

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6 April 1997 (UK) See more »

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very good strange black comedy

i used to watch this with my sister when i was 12 (I'm 19 now) and found this really funny, the one i specifically remember was some weird man in the woods who would say a strange line, i can only remember 2 lines he said. The first was where he walked out from behind a tree and said "ive just had a poooooo!" and the second was "I'm wearing corduroy pants". they were just so bizarre and strange that it made them funny! I'm sure my 12 year old sense of humour probably found it more funny than i would now but it was still a great program. my dad really like it too so it appealed to most ages i suppose. very good and hardly many around now with the same bizarre quirky sense of humour.


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