Whilst delivering toilet rolls to a recording studio small time crook Keith pockets a demo tape by newly disbanded group Toy Department,which he takes to a promoter, Brian. Together they ... See full summary »

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Peter Richardson ... Keith
... Brian
... Derek
... Debbie
... Nayler
... Ali Kitson
... Nigel
... Barman
... Mr. Pinder
... Louise
Malcolm Hardee ... Man at Delivery Bay
Paul Bradley ... Jerry
Simon Brint ... Des
Rowland Rivron ... Roger
Bob Kingston ... Himself
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Whilst delivering toilet rolls to a recording studio small time crook Keith pockets a demo tape by newly disbanded group Toy Department,which he takes to a promoter, Brian. Together they have a chart hit with the 'mystery' group but complications arise when Brian wants a live tour.

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2 January 1986 (UK)  »

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One of the best episodes.
24 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is definitely one of the best episodes of this series.While it's not Ade's best performance, Rik and Nigel really shine in this one.Not to mention that the TV detector guy from The Young Ones is in this, even though he has a tiny part.I don't know that guys real name and I have only seen about ten minutes of his work but he's hilarious.The other review on here calls it a parody of the British music scene but that's not true.The band looks like all those lame eighties pop/dance bands but the story isn't really about the music industry.It's about a thief and lying and it's hilarious.If you only see one episode of this show, make it this one.


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