Alexei Sayle's Stuff

Season 1 Episode 1

Fun With Magnets

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 13, 1988 on BBC Two
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Fun With Magnets
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Sketches Include: BBC2 Logo, Stuff, Social Workers, BBC Apology, Ceefax, Cat Boiler, Travel Rep, Ageing, Royal Wedding, God, Play That Funky Music, Jewish Boy (song), Hair Salon (shut up), Opera by Sir Freddy Krueger, Young Police

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    Patsy Smart

    Patsy Smart

    Various

    Guest Star

    Morwenna Banks

    Morwenna Banks

    Various

    Guest Star

    Maggie Ollerenshaw

    Maggie Ollerenshaw

    Various

    Guest Star

    Mark Williams

    Mark Williams

    Various

    Recurring Role

    Tony Millan

    Tony Millan

    Various

    Recurring Role

    Felicity Montagu

    Felicity Montagu

    Various

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • The quote about a thatcher making you sick, is a reference to Alexei's dislike for the British prime minister at that time, Margaret Thatcher.

      • The series one title sequence involves a male model being slowly transformed with make-up into Alexei Sayle.

      • Although Morwenna Banks can be seen in the title sequence as the receptionist, she does not appear in a sketch in every episode.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Alexei: In the old days, people used to be named after what they made didn't they?, like carter if you made carts, cooper if you made barrels, thatcher if you made people sick.

      • Alexei: You know, when you think about it, there's a lot of stuff in the world isn't there? - There's some of it you can explain and some of it you can't - Riddles like Stonehenge, the Turin shroud, and of course, the famous singing Spam of Santa Cristobel.

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