When American comic actor Steve 'Zoo Zoo Zoo Off Come My Pants' Wild arrives in Oxford to make a comedy film, his girlfriend Caroline goes behind his back to enroll in a poetry ... See full summary »

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Peter Richardson
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Jennifer Saunders ... Hannah
Dawn French ... Caroline
Lenny Henry ... Steve Wild
Ronald Allen ... Professor Roland Breeze
Leslie Phillips ... Dean
Nigel Planer ... Steve's Manager / 1st MI5 Man
Adrian Edmondson ... 2nd MI5 Man / Fan
Peter Richardson Peter Richardson ... Phil
Pete Richens Pete Richens ... 3rd MI5 Man / Don
Graham Crowden ... Professor Temple
Ronald Fraser ... Geoffrey
Jimmy Fagg Jimmy Fagg ... Don
Norman Matson Norman Matson ... Don
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When American comic actor Steve 'Zoo Zoo Zoo Off Come My Pants' Wild arrives in Oxford to make a comedy film, his girlfriend Caroline goes behind his back to enroll in a poetry course.Meanwhile, Hannah Van Hosenstratt comes from New Orleans for the course and is tricked into believing she has a place by the dean, but the professor has other ideas. Written by mykey accident

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22 February 1990 (UK) See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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The Oxford Five?
19 May 2017 | by OrangieTooDopeSee all my reviews

This episode is a parody of The Cambridge Five.A group of commie spies who were recruited at Cambridge University in the 1930s.Ironically, I have just read a book about Stalin's spies so I actually got the joke.I'm sure having it happen at Oxford is a joke I don't get but that doesn't really matter.It's a typical Saunders/French episode which means it's very average.It starts off really slow but the last ten minutes or so make up for that.This time Saunders tried a Cajun accent and it sounds much like me trying a British accent, very bad.While I don't dislike this episode, it doesn't really feel like The Comic Strip when it's just French and Saunders.It's not bad but if you never see it, you aren't missing much.


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