Little Britain

Season 3 Episode 4

Series 3 Episode 4

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 08, 2005 on BBC
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Mrs Emery sees someone she recognises in a Library. • Emily hits the town with Florence to celebrate her hen night. • Dudley is unimpressed by the arrival of Ting Tong's mother. • Roman reveals to Bubbles the reason he left her was because she was too skinny. • An old man is nearing his end but not as quickly as he thought he would. • Someone wants to travel to the island featured in Captain Corelli's Mandolin... computer says no. • Pat and Paul announce that they are going to have a baby. Marjorie tries to be creative with baby names. • Sid Pegg calls an urgent Neighbourhood Watch meeting about their new enemy - Gypsies. • Daffyd is scouting for voters for his new political 'Gay Rights For Gays' party • Linda describes an Indian student to Martin. • Mr Mann visits Roy's paper shop to buy a magzine about feet problems. • Sebastian is shocked to discover the PM has grown a mustache. • Maggie's Old English Sheepdog takes a familiar disliking to a Chinese Shi-tzu. • Andy takes matters into his own hands when Lou refuses to rescue his frizbee from an electricity pylon.moreless

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  • i chose conclusion because this episode concluded to me that series 3 is the worst yet

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    with epsiode of series one being just average and then the same for episode two i thought it would get better but no episode three was the worst and now this. i laughed about once throughout the whole episode and obviously they might be running out of ideas but if so then they should take a break or should have spent more time on it this is definately the worst episode and series yetmoreless
Di Botcher

Di Botcher

Marion

Guest Star

Sody Singh Kahlon

Sody Singh Kahlon

Steve

Guest Star

Su Bhoopongsa

Su Bhoopongsa

Ting Tong's Mother

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

Meera

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Man working at bar: (to Emily and Florence) There's a gay bar down the road, you know? That's where most of the trannies go.
      Emily: Oh, thank you so much for warning me!

    • Ting Tong: Mr. Dudwey, I cook you traditional Thai breakfast. (In the frying pan are two small, testicle shaped balls)
      Dudley: Uhh.. I'm gonna need some HP sauce on that.

    • Roy: Are there any magazines here that interest you?
      Mr. Mann: Hello magazine.
      Roy: Ah! Now we're talking. (picks up a copy of 'Hello' from the magazine stand and hands it to Mr. Mann)
      Mr. Mann: No, I was just saying hello to that magazine over there.
      Roy: (long stare) I hate you so much.
      Mr. Mann: I know. (grins)

    • Mrs Teal: Are you standing in the bi-election?
      Daffyd: It's not just a bi-election Mrs Teal, it's for Gays and Straights too!

    • Sid: Now, how do we spot a gypsy? A gypo. A gypolata. Watch and learn. (turns on the overhead projector and a picture of David Essex appears) Number one, your classic gypsy; earring, neckerchief, waistcoat, and a look in his eye that says: 'I'm gonna tarmac your drive'.

    • Sid: Asylum seekers! (puts a picture of the Cheeky Girls onto the Overhead Projector) No! We will not touch your bum!

    • Narrator: Britain, Britain, Britain! For centuries now Britishers have shaped the world. Mahatma Gandhi, Leonardo Da Vinci, Ludvig Von Beethoven, all British! Even Jesus Christ was from Working in Surrey. But what of the ordinary people folk what sort of live here and that? Let's meet them. Watch us wreck the mic', watch us wreck the mic', watch us wreck the mic', psych!

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • David Essex: Sid Pegg warns us against Gypsies.

      David Essex was an actor and singer in the 1970s and 1980s. Sid uses a picture taken from the 80's BBC TV Sitcom 'The River' where David actually plays a Gypsy traveller.

    • The Cheeky Girls: Sid Pegg warns us against asylum seekers.

      The Cheeky Girls are a twin pop duo from Transylvania famous for a string of gimicky songs in the early noughties. Sid Pegg uses The Cheeky Girls as an example of asylum seekers and quotes lyrics from their song 'Touch My Bum'.

    • Narrator: Watch Us Wreck The Mic', Psych!

      Lyrics taken from 'Let's Get Ready To Rhumble!' by PJ & Duncan (a.k.a Ant & Dec).

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