Come Fly with Me (2010–2011)
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Episode #1.6 

During their lastest disastrous holiday travel season, Peter and Judith get mixed up in the dark arts of voodoo while Tommy finally gets his chance be a pilot. Fearghai is hopeful to win a ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Keeley St Clair / Fearghal O'Farrell / Mickey Minchin / Precious Little / Taaj Manzoor / Tommy Reid / Peter Surname / Simon Trent / Bob / John / Anne Wilkins
... Melody Baines / Moses Beacon / Buster Bell / Ian Foot / Penny Carter / Omar Baba / Judith Surname / Jackie Trent / Flying School Interviewer / Corinne Oliver / Terry / Ray Wilkins / Happy Burger Worker
Tim Preece ... Man Buying Ticket to Guernsey
Mark Parsons ... Disgruntled Passenger #1
Annemarie Gaillard ... Disgruntled Passenger #2
... Disgruntled Passenger #3
Drew Jaymson ... Great British Air Steward
... Hot Towels Passenger
... Polish Ambassador Dubrovsky
... Female Passenger
Bob Mercer ... Pub Customer
... Jordan
... Mary O'Mara
... Himself
... Narrator (voice)
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During their lastest disastrous holiday travel season, Peter and Judith get mixed up in the dark arts of voodoo while Tommy finally gets his chance be a pilot. Fearghai is hopeful to win a Golden Trolley at the Steward of the Year Awards and Buster is suspended after an incident involving Dame Judi Dench. Omar Baba deals with his latest staff mutiny when all of FlyLo's ground crew goes on strike. Written by Anonymous

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The show was cancelled because Matt Lucas didn't want to do this type of show anymore See more »

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Flying School Interviewer: Qualifications. Do you have any GCSEs?
Tommy Reid: Uh, well, you see, we don't have GCSEs in Scotland, we just have Standards.
Flying School Interviewer: Oh, I'm sorry. Do you have any Standards?
Tommy Reid: No.
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References The Sweeney (1974) See more »

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