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The Super Solstice is Brian's last chance to get home. He needs to break into the Protector's Henge while Howell performs the incantation to cross worlds, but has to first keep Howell alive and sober.


Dave Lambert




Episode credited cast:
James Buckley ... Brian Weaver
Arnab Chanda Arnab Chanda ... Tumothy
Kenneth Collard ... Steve
Ciaran Dowd ... Skoll
Louis Emerick ... Herman
Mark Evans Mark Evans ... Pear stall holder
Ricky Grover ... Hawthorn
Katherine Jakeways Katherine Jakeways ... Foreman
Paul Kaye ... Howell
Guz Khan ... Skylark
Jing Lusi ... Scrape
Sylvester McCoy ... Lord Protector
Martin Glyn Murray Martin Glyn Murray ... Doug
Jessica Ransom Jessica Ransom ... Jess
Sharon Rooney ... Barbara


Howell agrees to take Brian to the Henge, on the summer solstice, where the magic will be released to send him home but Brian has to employ trickery when Howell announces that he has given up drink and magic. However, with Barbara's hostile ex-boyfriend guarding the Henge, Steg's new job would seem to be Brian's hope of returning home before two sinister strangers arrive in Munty. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy | Fantasy







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16 November 2017 (UK) See more »

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The Henge
10 January 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Howell has died or is he just dead drunk?

Brian needs to keep Howell sober as Brian needs to be at the Henge on the summer solstice, where Howell can use magic to send Brian back home.

However keeping Howell sober for a length of time has unexpected consequences because Howell turns over a new more sober and spiritual leaf.

Meanwhile Steve gets a management job, waste management that is. Barbara gets a grunt of a boyfriend and two assassins that we saw in the previous episode arrive in Munty looking for Brian.

Sylvester McCoy makes another cameo and still gives an impression that he has difficulty getting to grips with this acting lark.

Overall a fun but an inconsistent second series, there was nothing too much laugh out loud but it is actually more amusing than some of the sitcoms on the mainstream British television channels.

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