Cartoon Head and Judith are back together and show Moz their baby son,Plastic Face. But Moz still needs to raise the ransom money and Tilly lends it to him at her arty gathering,where she tells Moz ...
Released from the boiler Lee comes up with inspiring song lyrics inspired by his ordeal whilst a cash-strapped Colin and a violent guy called Xavier join Psycho Paul's gang,turning Moz's flat into a ...
The closing theme is "Song Of The Oss" from the album Nuada: Music Inspired By the Film the Wicker Man composed by British band Candidate. The series also features a number of tracks by Californian hip hop group Ugly Duckling. See more »
When Moz answers the door to Judith, she walks off screen into the kitchen. Moz walks straight ahead into the toilet, however in the next shot, he is talking to Judith in the kitchen. See more »
Very witty sitcom that may take a couple of episodes to get hooked - but well worth the effort.
Johnny Vegas finally gets a role suited to his quick wits (and he is finally sober enough to deliver them well). He plays the hapless stoner, Moz, who is generally a decent guy but with some quite dodgy mates/customers. Constantly stoned, Moz just wants a simple work-free life but his mellow is constantly interrupted by his customers and high-strung girlfriend.
There are a few 'red herring' story-lines that lead the viewer astray, but there is also a central backbone story that drifts along at its own pace - but enough for the audience to want to see what happens.
Full of subtle humour and wit, ideal is perfect for anyone with patients and a love of clever comedy.
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