Little Britain

Season 1 Episode 7

Series 1 Episode 7

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 28, 2003 on BBC
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Vicky Pollard gets a visit from a social worker. • At Fat Fighters Marjorie and Paul try to forget the night before. • Lou paints Andy's bedroom red. • Daffyd's gay night is a success. • Sir Bernard's sister kitty is dead, well maybe. • New term at Kelsy Grammar school. • Ralph Patterson auditions for Bugsy Malone. • PM and Sebastian discuss the Party Conference speech. • Jason and Gary visit Gary's Nan, there is then toe sucking. • World record attempters make largest mince pie.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Wendy Baxter

    Wendy Baxter

     

    Guest Star

    Helen Coker

    Helen Coker

    Samantha

    Guest Star

    Adam Donkin

    Adam Donkin

     

    Guest Star

    Stephen Aintree

    Stephen Aintree

    Fat Fighters Taxi Driver

    Recurring Role

    Charubala Chokshi

    Charubala Chokshi

    Meera

    Recurring Role

    Joann Condon

    Joann Condon

    Fat Pat

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Final appearences: Matthew Waterhouse, Sir Bernard Chumley, Edward and Samantha Grant, Sandra and Ralph Patterson.

      • Continuity Goof: In the Ralph Patterson sketch as he is being called for his audition, a boy in a green t-shirt is seen leaving through a door. The shot then changes to a wider angle of the same scene but the boy is back again and in the process of leaving the room through the same door.

      • Continuity Goof: Daffyd has two nipple piercings. As the other gay men come through the door and he pushes them back, his right nipple ring has moved up his body - obviously a clip on. It stays there for a few moments, until the next scene where it's back on his nipple.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Gary's Nan: Thanks for helping with the shopping, you are a good boy.
        (Jason walks over to her seductively)
        Jason: I can be a bad boy sometimes.

      • Narrator: Toys in Britain are sold in toy shops. This isn't a toy shop, it's a real shop.

      • Social Worker: Vicky, where is the baby?
        Vicky: Swapped it for a Westlife CD.
        Social Worker: How could you do such a thing?
        Vicky: I know, they're rubbish.

      • Narrator: Britain, Britain, Britain! Land of diversity. There are hard back books and paper back books. Socks come in different lengths and eggs is cooked in a variety of ways. But how diverse are the people of Britain? We aim to find out by following the lives of ordinary British persons! Oh, my sweet lil hallelujah!

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