Little Britain USA

Season 1 Episode 1

Episode 1

Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Sep 28, 2008 on HBO
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Episode Summary

British tourists Lou & Andy check into their hotel in Mississippi. Carol helps a young patient check in for some surgery. Ellie Grace's mum hears her daughter saying some naughty words as she says goodbye on the way to school. Marjorie Dawes is joined by new Fat Fighters rep Rosie O'Donnell. A sheriff shows off his collection of guns at a event. Mildred's grandson finds out his Grandma has tried a lot of drugs. Bing Gordyn talks about been the eighth man on the moon in front of a pack of cub scouts. Phyllis walks Mr. Doggy, who tells her to do something that gets her in trouble. George and Sandra celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mark & Tom discuss girls after having a workout.moreless

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  • Brilliant, worth a watch for a good laugh.

    Brilliant episode. Nice to see a USA series and to think some of the American people think the episode was rubbish, well think again, your so called 'British Humour' Criticism, well you wanted it, you wanted Little Britain in America because you loved the British version. Now you got the USA version so don't moan. If you don't like it then don't watch it. the less viewers the last chance of another series in the USA.

    Overall the episode was worth watching, just about touching average for Little Britain. I will look forward to future episode's and hopefully an improvement and less criticism from the Americans who wanted it in the first place.moreless
  • If this is what counts as "British humor", I sure am glad I live in America.

    I chose "pilot episode" for classification, because, well, that's what this is. But if this was any other episode, I would have chosen "painful to watch."

    I watch a lot of comedies, but there is one key difference between Little Britain USA and all the other comedies I watch; the other ones are actually funny. That's not to say LBU didn't have its moments. The scene with Rosie O'Donnell had some good laughs and was clearly the best part. Other scenes had their moments, but couldn't hold up very long.

    My initial reaction was to not even watch LBU anymore, as it was a complete waste of time. After cooling down though, I may give it one more chance.moreless

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