A down on his luck aristocrat is forced to live in a caravan with his butler, and his dog.






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Series cast summary:
Matt Lucas ...  Pompidou 6 episodes, 2015
Alex Macqueen ...  Hove 6 episodes, 2015
Andy Heath Andy Heath ...  Marion 5 episodes, 2015
Yvonne Stone Yvonne Stone ...  Marion 5 episodes, 2015
Bella Emberg ...  Bella 3 episodes, 2015
Beattie Edmondson ...  Theatre Nurse 1 / ... 2 episodes, 2015
Iestyn Evans Iestyn Evans ...  Marion 2 episodes, 2015


A down on his luck aristocrat is forced to live in a caravan with his butler, and his dog.

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Matt Lucas said the series was an attempt to do a family friendly series like Worzel Gummidge (1979), one of his childhood favourites. He has also said series such as Pingu (1986) and Mr. Bean (1990) were influences with their use of silent comedy and gibberish. See more »

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What was Matt thinking? Truly awful.
1 March 2015 | by ign-3See all my reviews

I'm such a huge fan of Matt Lucas, his work in Little Britain & Come Fly With Me were admirable. He portrayed a wide diverse range of characters and if you've ever watched his work you'll agree he's very good at it.

However what is clear from Episode 1: 'Hunger' is that take away the vocal side of Matt and your left with not an awful lot. I watched the first episode in its entirety to see if it progressively got better but it amounted to nothing, psychical comedy is clearly not Matt's forte.

I understand this won't be his usual work given the pre-watershed time schedule therefore it cannot be crude or dark humour, but there is a reason why most comedians don't do silent comedy, because they don't have watch it takes to be a psychical comedian, Rowan Atkinson portrayed Mr. Bean amazingly and I'm afraid that level of genius is far out of Matt Lucas's reach with this new work of his.

I'll probably continue to watch the series in its entirety due to my admiration of Matt, but feel he has belittled himself with such a shoddy idea for a show, I'm sure he could of thought of something more intriguing that this.

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