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Carol's feigned crying after having a complaint filed against her is the first time she really ever shows emotion on the show.
This is the only episode to have a scene after the credits.
(Not) Carole's Cough: Carole doesn't cough this week. Things are reversed when her customer does the coughing for her.
Funny times: Half past Mr Ernest Ndukwe, half past Creed and Paul Rodgers, half past Mr. Miyagi.
Carole's Cough: Carole coughs into her customer's ticket envelope. When the customer opens the envelope, the cough echoes.
Andy the Philosopher: Herby Town Rugby Club.
Lou remembers Andy telling him that 'The team are strong on power, but ultimately lack the agility and finesse to unlock their full potential'.
Goof: Revealing mistake
The effect produced of being able to see Marjorie's shadow when she is behind a projector screen which is lit from the front, is physically impossible.
Funny place names: Grumble, Little Stool.
Carole's Cough: Carole puts her hand over her mouth to cough. She then opens her hand and blows the cough to her customer, making the customer jump after a short delay.
Funny place names: Slut, Upper Gonad, Aching Balls, Break Dance 2; Electric Boogaloo.
Funny times: Early late afternoon morning, quarter to Gino Ginelli, half - past Top Cat; the indisputable boss cat.
Andy the Philsopher: Dogtanian and the Three Muskahounds.
Lou thought Andy said that "Dumas's classic characters and their canine counterparts were decidedly lacklustre".
Andy the Philosopher: Plastic Surgery
Lou thought Andy said that "Cosmetic enhancement was symptomatic of a sick society that worshiped the cult of youth and beauty. Anyone seeking the quick fix of physical shame was left morally wanting".
Contradicting the Narrator in the previous episode Vicky reaffirms that she has six children.
First appearences: Pat and Don, Leonard; the retirement home worker.
This is the firt time either David or Matt plays two different characters in the same scene. David plays Vicky Pollard's boss and uncle in her sketch.
Funny place name: St. Saddam's hospital, Dane Bowersville.
Funny times: Five past Ming the Merciless, five past Nicky Nacky Noo Noo.
Andy the Philosopher: The Thames
Andy believes the only way to see London is "via it's ancient waterways which was like a pulsating artery through this historic city".
It is inferred by the Narrator that Vicky now has 12 children. We only see six in this episode, the other 'half' apparently have been left at home.