Psychoville

Season 1 Episode 2

Episode 2

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jun 25, 2009 on BBC Two
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The blind recluse Mr. Lomax gains the help of his care worker Michael, nicknamed Tealeaf, to complete his unusual collection.

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    Reece Shearsmith

    Reece Shearsmith

    Mr. Jelly, Maureen Sowerbutts & Brian

    Steve Pemberton

    Steve Pemberton

    David Sowerbutts. Mr. Lomax & George

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      • Discussions of David's serial killer obsession reveal that he has a Hannibal Lecter lamp that he made himself. Lecter being the fictional serial killer featured in a series of novels by Thomas Harris and the film adaptations: Manhunter; The Silence Of The Lambs; Hannibal; Red Dragon; Hannibal Rising. It is also revealed that David's favourite murderer is Andrei Chikatilo, known as The Red Ripper (as he hailed from Russia). Like David, Chikatilo lived with an overbearing mother

      • When it is discovered that Robert (one of the seven dwarfs in the pantomime central to the plot) has a adult entertainment past, his mentioned filmography is made up of titles that are all puns on famous fairytales and nursery rhymes: Rumpelforeskin (Rumpelstiltskin); Goldiepubes (The Story Of The Three Bears); Wood In The Babes (Babes In The Wood); Whore White & The Seven Dicks (Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs); Horny Dumpty (Humpty Dumpty).
        And the production company he worked for is called Midget Gems, a reference to American adult film company Forbidden Gems.

      • Joy: (Singing to her baby doll Freddy) When you wish upon a star.

        Joy wishes her baby doll would come to life, very much like Pinocchio in the 1940 Walt Disney of the same name. The song is sung by Jiminy Cricket in the opening and end scenes of the film.

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