Phoenix Nights (2001–2002)
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Episode #1.5 

This episode starts with Jerry in the hospital for his illness, before Brian argues with Jerry's decision to host an alternative comedy night, the comedy night turns out to be a disaster, ... See full synopsis »

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Jonny Campbell
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Peter Kay ... Brian Potter / Max
Paddy McGuinness ... Paddy (as Patrick McGuinness)
Dave Spikey Dave Spikey ... Jerry St. Clair
Neil Fitzmaurice Neil Fitzmaurice ... Ray Von
Justin Moorhouse ... Young Kenny
Janice Connolly Janice Connolly ... Holy Mary
Beatrice Kelley Beatrice Kelley ... Marion
Smug Roberts Smug Roberts ... Max's Brother Terry (as Andy Wilkinson)
Toby Foster Toby Foster ... Les
Steve Edge ... Alan
Mark Atwood Mark Atwood ... Student Boy
Archie Kelly Archie Kelly ... Kenny Senior
Toby Hadoke Toby Hadoke ... Comic #1
Sian Gibson ... Young Mary (as Sîan Foulkes)
Johnny Leeze ... Duggy Hayes
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Storyline

This episode starts with Jerry in the hospital for his illness, before Brian argues with Jerry's decision to host an alternative comedy night, the comedy night turns out to be a disaster, with none of the entrants being good at all, at the end of it all, Jerry has a heated confrontation with some students who have disliked the show, until one of them threatens to hit him and all of the staff stick up for Jerry. Elsewhere, Ray Von hosts a Robot Wars tournament, which is won by Max and Paddy, who are using a robot built by Ray, who has a penchant for electrics.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 February 2001 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

While they are watching the stand up comedians, Kenny Senior notices that the comedian on stage taught him metalwork at school. This is a reference to the fact that Steve Coogan's father was Peter Kay's metalwork teacher. See more »

Quotes

Brian Potter: Look at Sushi. He's only 42 and he's coping.
Jerry St. Clair: Sushi?
Brian Potter: Roy Fish off the estate.
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Connections

References The Hills Have Eyes (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

Man! I Feel Like a Woman
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Written by Robert John Lange and Shania Twain
Performed by Dave Spikey
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