On the Waterfront (1988–1989)

Episode #2.11 

Introducing the Folkies (as in Folk Singers) who couldn't stop singing. Terry does card tricks or tries to at least. Getting fit with Mr. Cautious. We peek Through Gary Wilmot's Sunroof. A ... See full summary »

Director:

Martin Hughes

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Andrew O'Connor Andrew O'Connor ... Himself / Various
Kate Copstick Kate Copstick ... Herself / Various
Terry Randall Terry Randall ... Himself / Various
Bernie Nolan Bernie Nolan ... Herself / Various
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Gold ... Himself (as Wax)
Graham Gouldman ... Himself (as Wax)
Gary Wilmot Gary Wilmot ... Himself
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Storyline

Introducing the Folkies (as in Folk Singers) who couldn't stop singing. Terry does card tricks or tries to at least. Getting fit with Mr. Cautious. We peek Through Gary Wilmot's Sunroof. A parody of "Bet You" with Brucie Forsyth and Janet Street Porter. Wax is the musical guest. Jolene returns on the Flashing Blade and so does grandfather's ghost on "The Pink Clog". The two old navy men get into another fight and Andy riffs on silly questions. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 July 1989 (UK) See more »

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Color
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Interviewer: [off screen] So, if I'm right, you can't even have a normal conversation and you have to sing everything?
Folkie who couldn't stop singingFolkie who couldn't stop singingFolkie who couldn't stop singing: [singing] You're absolutely right, would you like a cup of tea?
Interviewer: [off screen] Eh, yes please.
Folkie who couldn't stop singingFolkie who couldn't stop singingFolkie who couldn't stop singing: [singing] I'm afraid we have no milk.
Interviewer: [off screen] That's alright.
Folkie who couldn't stop singingFolkie who couldn't stop singingFolkie who couldn't stop singing: [singing] And we haven't any tea. Nor have we any sugar, we're as poor as poor can be, as poor as poor as poor as poor as poor as poor can be.
Interviewer: [off screen] It was true. They had no money, as it was impossible to hold a job down whilst ...
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Spoofs You Bet! (1988) See more »

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