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    One of the truly great episode in the history of the show

    By MagnusDonaldson, Jul 20, 2007

    In a series filled with great episodes, this is one of the best. Everything from the opening with the announcer in the bikini to the end credits is compelling and hilarious viewing. The military fairies/swanning about sketch has to be one of the funniest things I've ever seen, I was laughing so hard when I saw this for the first time. The animation in this show could be some of the best, with the stuff involving the giant hand/cat/cars being great (watch for an appearance by an old friend, Spiky Norman, during this one). Then there's the Mary Queen Of Scots radio parody that I thought was really good. The end song is a classic moment, especially for those who like Terry. The running theme of Different parts of the Body worked well. Something i haven't mentioned is the plastic surgery sketch (with a re-apperance by Mr Luxury Yacht). Overall an unmissable episode and one you'll watch again and again.moreless

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    "The feather. Rare."

    By Lokar, Jul 17, 2006

    Learn a thing or two about our biology. And nearly get killed in the process.

    Everyone tries on that loveliest of fashion rages, the bikini.

    Then begins our rather unique anatomy lesson, including bodily aspects that range from the mundane, to the freakish, to the virtually nonexistant.

    The 'gentlemen' of the University of Wallamaloo gather to discuss the very strict standards of admission into their secret society.

    A man with an unusually pronounced name visits the travel agent.

    The Battley Townswomen's Guild reenacts a landmark medical operation; it's not the last startling demonstration we will see from them.

    The BBC brings us their remarkable theatrical take on the death of Mary, Queen of Scots.

    A parade of merry insanity, as usual.moreless

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