Little Britain

Season 2 Episode 6

Series 2 Episode 6

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 23, 2004 on BBC
8.9
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Lou takes Andy on a blind date. • Vicky goes out with Jermaine and turns Jamaican. • Rachel shows Nicola a rather unusual Polaroid. • Harlem send Reverend Jesse King to take an Anglican church service. Hallelujah, Praise the lord! • Marjorie's determined to ruin Paul and Pat's engagement party. • Kenny Craig hypnotises his audience into believing they're being entertained. • Daffyd finally realises there's no one in Llandawi Breffi who isn't gay. • Back at the Hypnotist show Kenny's finished his book. • Rachel shows Nicola another strange Polaroid. • As Harvey and Jane get married, the part with the vows takes an unusual turn. • Dennis Waterman gets a part in Star Wars. • Bubbles hits on the owner of the Health Spa. • Mr Mann walks into a Roy's record shop. • Rachel has another unusual Polaroid to show Nicola. • Judy and Maggie sample some Gingerbread men made by an Asian girl. • At No.10 The PM is celebrating another election victory. • Lou takes Andy to the popular coastal town of Sphincter-on-sea.moreless

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  • Very funny, love how they keep it consistant. Fav sketch is probably the church scene

    10
    This is a very good episode. It displays the realisation that Daffyd is not the only gay in the village. I would have like another fat fighters sketch in there. The marriage scene was so sick and wrong. Extremely influential and I like the Mrs Deveer (if thats how you spell it) sketch. A must see!
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Guest Star

Robert Blythe

Robert Blythe

 

Guest Star

Marlon Bulger

Marlon Bulger

 

Guest Star

Charubala Chokshi

Charubala Chokshi

Meera (as Charubala Chokshi)

Recurring Role

Joann Condon

Joann Condon

Fat Pat

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David Foxxe

David Foxxe

Sir Anthony Garfield

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (7)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Prime Minister's Helper: Prime Minister, I'd just like to say...
      Sebastian: (dancing with Prime Minister; mouths) F*ck off!

    • Narrator: At number 10, the government is celebrating another election victory. I love an election. In fact I'm having one right now.

    • Narrator: There is no greater shame in Britain than being fat. I had a fat son, who naturally I gave up for adoption. He's written to me several times saying he's lost weight and would like to meet up. I'm not interested.

    • Narrator: Today, Lou has arranged for Andy to go on a blind date. I went on a blind date once with a Border Collie. Nothing came of it but we stay in touch.

    • Narrator: Britain, Britain, Britain! I love Britain so much, that everyday I sacrifice a child in honour of it. So thank the Lord, who incidentally is British, for the great things he has brought to this land: Take-A-Break, Spearmint Rhino and Finders Crispy Pancakes. But also let us give thanks for the people of Britain and it is them who we'll be doing looking at today. Boogaloo!

  • NOTES (4)

    • Faith Kent who plays Harvey's grandmother wasn't available during the filming of the wedding scene. Her part was filmed seperately and digitally added in.

    • In an interview, Anthony Head commented that what he and David Walliams had rehearsed in the election party sketch was a 'peck on the cheek', not the full-on snog, which apparently came as a complete surprise to him at the time it was filmed.

    • On Friday 14th Jan 05 BBC ONE showed this episode with a different Daffyd sketch, instead of the rugby match Daffyd became a policeman.

    • The photographs of the penises were censored when the episode aired on BBC ONE, but they weren't when it was shown on BBC THREE.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Kenny Craig reads 'Bravo Two Zero'

      "Bravo Two Zero" is an Infamous Fictional story about Special Forces Soldiering by Andy McNab. Kenny gets to the end and seems to be shocked that a particular character is in the army as if it's some kind of plot twist.

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