The Little Britain team parodies the various types of characters associated with life in a major British airport. That includes flight and ground staff from regular - and low budget ...
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The Little Britain team parodies the various types of characters associated with life in a major British airport. That includes flight and ground staff from regular - and low budget airlines, as well as officials from customs and immigration, plus some colorful passengers, some up to no good either.Written by
Come Fly With Me and Little Britain have many connections to Doctor Who. The narrators of the for mentioned shows were Tom Baker, who played the 4th Doctor (1974-81), and Lindsay Duncan, who appeared in the Doctor Who movie The Waters of Mars. Matt Lucas and David Walliams have also both appeared in Doctor Who. David Walliams was in The God Complex (2011) and Matt Lucas has a recurring role as Nardole. Also, a character in Come Fly with me is named 'Penny Carter', also there is a character called Penny Carter in Doctor Who in the episode Partners in Crime (2008) See more »
Ashamed to say this but this show is probably only really funny if you've seen the 'fly on the wall' shows that they parody. The characters are pitch perfect send-ups of the hapless 'stars' of the airport based programs.
Less cruel than Little Britain, like many character based comedies, such as The Fast Show, this just gets funnier and funnier. David Walliams and Matt Lucas are top notch comedy actors, in some ways much too good for such light entertainment as this. Thank goodness they've dropped the catch phrases!
The format probably won't last for more than a series but enjoy it will its here.
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