Little Britain

Season 3 Episode 2

Series 3 Episode 2

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 24, 2005 on BBC
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Episode Summary

Andy tries his luck at a TV phone-in competition. • Mrs. Emery visits the post office • Vicky starts her new job working on an adult chat line. • Dudley catches Ting-Tong doing something unlady-like in the toilet. • After another fight with bubbles, Diseree loses more than her towel. • Linda assists with a course change for a female student with a slight facial hair problem. • Majorie becomes jealous when her new boyfriend starts being friendly with Tanya. • Daffyd introduces Myfanwy to his new... girlfriend? • Mr. Mann is looking to buy a painting of a disappointed horse. • Don takes Pat to an Indian restaurant, where the food has an unusual effect on him. • Maggie is recovering well from a kidney transplant, until she's given the name of the doner. • Sebastian serenades the PM in the Houses of Paliament • Andy decides to make a trip along the River Thames slightly more interesting.moreless

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    Richard Madeley

    Richard Madeley


    Guest Star

    Judy Finnigan

    Judy Finnigan


    Guest Star

    Leelo Ross

    Leelo Ross


    Guest Star

    Anthony Stewart Head

    Anthony Stewart Head

    Prime Minister (as Anthony Head)

    Recurring Role

    Rob Brydon

    Rob Brydon

    Roman De Vere

    Recurring Role

    Charubala Chokshi

    Charubala Chokshi


    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (7)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Narrator: Why are people fat? Because God hates them. So they attend diet classes like this.

      • (Desiree bends over to find her wig)
        Bubbles: Oh, it's like the Black Hole of Calcutta.
        Desiree: How dare you make personal remarks about my A-hole!

      • Narrator: This couple are visiting their local Indian restaurant. To my mind, anyone who eats foreign food is a traitor and should be shot at dawn.

      • Judy: Here you are Maggie, some grapes.
        (Maggie takes the grapes and looks at them)
        Maggie: Oh, South African. (She puts them down.)

      • Mr. Mann: I can't help thinking, this owl looks more disillusioned than displeased.
        Roy: Get out or I will strangle you.

      • Man on phone: Is that Sapphire?
        Vicky: Yeah, but, no, but, yeah this is Spitfire and I'm wearing like really sexy knickers that I got from George at Asda.

      • Narrator: The British postal service is the best in the world. Put a first class stamp on your letter and it's guaranteed to possibly arrive at some point somewhere if you're lucky!

      • Andy: Car!
        Lou: No Andy, these are just the adverts.
        Andy: Yeah, I know... (stares at TV) ...Laboratoire Garnier!

      • Andy: Which one's Richard and which one's Judy?

      • Narrator: Britain, Britain, Britain! Man it's easily the best God darn, cotton pickin' country in the world. Yeehaa! I went to France, I found it far too French. Spain was full of Spaniards and Poland stank of farts. But what makes Britain so moist and fragrant? Why it be the people! Let's visit them now. Pack it up, pack it in, let me begin!

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • Vicky: ...spent the whole lesson totally staring at my Müller Fruit Corner!

        "Fruit Corner" is a popular UK brand of Yoghurt made by the Bavarian originated company, Müller. Vicky is using the brand name as a euphemism.

      • Vicky's made up friends: Ferrero, Rochet and... Twix!

        Vicky's thinking of real life chocolate confectionery known as 'Ferrero Rochet' and 'Twix' to try and make up sexy names.

      • Vicky: George at Asda.

        While on the phone Vicky claims to be wearing sexy knickers from George at Asda. George is Asda's supermarket-budget clothing brand name - clothing you wouldn't normally openly admit to wearing as if it was a designer label.

      • TV Show: Richard & Judy

        This episode features guest appearances from Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan who appear as presenters of their own real life show Richard and Judy normally broadcast as part of Channel 4's late afternoon schedule. Andy attempts to play their usually easy to win phone-in game 'You say, we pay'.

      • Narrator: Pack it up, pack it in, let me begin!

        Lyrics from the song 'Jump Around' performed by House of Pain.