Spatz (1990–1992)

Clowning Around 

TJ's idea to hold children's parties in Spatz doesn't run smoothly, and Stanley prepares for his first date.

Director:

Stan Swan

Writers:

Andrew Bethel (creator), Grant Cathro | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jennifer Calvert ... Karen Hansson
Paul Michael Paul Michael ... T.J.
Vas Blackwood ... Dexter
Sue Devaney Sue Devaney ... Jo
Joe Greco Joe Greco ... Vince
Jonathan Copestake Jonathan Copestake ... Stanley
Ling Tai Ling Tai ... Lily
Stephanie Charles Stephanie Charles ... Debbie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Clare Byam-Shaw Clare Byam-Shaw ... Pippa
Zoe Hodges Zoe Hodges ... Elektra
Chris Langham ... Marvin the Magnificent
Jade Magri Jade Magri ... Henny
Amber Worrall Amber Worrall ... Little Girl
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TJ has struck on a plan to hold children's parties in Spatz. Karen is deeply unimpressed, especially when TJ is commended by Head Office for his idea - she sets her sights on sabotaging his efforts. Stanley, meanwhile, is preparing for his first date with a girl he met on the computer. Marvin the Magnificent, the magic act TJ hires for the first party, turns out to be totally incompetent, but Karen - seeing a quick way to ruin TJ - gives him the gig. When Marvin doesn't turn up for the party, Karen thinks her plan has worked, but TJ steps into the magician's shoes as The Amazing Spatzini and does a fantastic job - including using Karen as his assistant during a sword trick. Stanley's date doesn't quite go to plan, as it turns out that his date, Elektra, is a small school girl. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family

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