- Summaries (1)
What do vampires, television chefs, artefacts of antiquity, Morten Harket, World War Two and threesomes have in common? Absolutely nothing... But never fear, the new series of BAFTA award-winning 'The Armstrong and Miller Show' will unify this bewildering array of ancient and modern concerns by the medium of sketch comedy. In this third outing, many of the classic characters are back and served up alongside a smorgasbord of new faces that include Pharius and Horschtadt, a pair of baroque vampires who are flummoxed by the modern world; The Outdoor Chefs, whose 'live off the land' philosophy is constantly thwarted by their cosy middle class leanings; 'Simpkins of the France', a pretentious ex-pat Brit who despite having only lived in Paris for six months, has forgotten how to speak basic English; and Phil and Ken the self-made men - two brash businessmen who speak 'no nonsense' nonsense.
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