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Episode #2.2 

Emily and Florence visit a bridal shop to try on some very lady-like wedding dresses, Harvey demands "Bitty" in a restaurant, Bubbles De Vere singes herself while evading capture, Andy sees... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Various Roles
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Charu Bala Chokshi ...
Meera (as Charubala Chokshi)
Joann Condon ...
Fat Pat
Paul Darrow ...
Conservative MP
Gwenllian Davies ...
Mrs. Williams
Cheryl Fergison
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Various Roles
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Margaret (voice) (as Sterling Gallacher)
Claudia Harrison
Yuki Kushida ...
Gita
Phoenix Lee ...
Kenneth Lau
Geoffrey Leesley ...
(as Geoff Leesley)
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Storyline

Emily and Florence visit a bridal shop to try on some very lady-like wedding dresses, Harvey demands "Bitty" in a restaurant, Bubbles De Vere singes herself while evading capture, Andy sees off Lou's new girlfriend, Sebastian meets his match in Marvin the US President's political aide, Dafydd decides to start a gay stall at the village fête, Vicky Pollard goes roller-skating in a pink string bikini, and Judy and Maggie are soon sick of Blake's 7 star Paul Darrow. Written by Anonymous

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TV-PG | See all certifications »

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26 October 2004 (UK)  »

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The comment that the little old lady makes about Dafydd - that he needs "a good cock up his arse" - had to be toned down when it aired on BBC1. See more »

Quotes

Various Roles: Bridal Shop Clerk - What sort of dress are you looking for?
Various Roles: Eddie Emily Howard - Ohh, a lady's dress that ladies wear. White of course, with frilly bits... and shit.
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