Season 1 Episode 4


Aired Friday 9:30 PM Oct 15, 1999 on Channel 4



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Daisy: (holding the dog in her arms as they rush out of the pound) Come on Colin! We're taking you away from this place!
      Twist: Colin?
      Daisy: That's what I called my box!

    • Daisy: You're so damaged. Just cos Sarah hurt you, you feel justified in wreaking your petty vengeance on womankind.

      Tim: (nodding) Yes. Yes. And I'd do it again I tell you! I'd do it again in an instant!! Ahahahahaaa! Ahahahahahahaha! (turns, jumps out of window causing it to smash)

    • Paint ball player: I've always fancied myself as a bit of a soldier.
      Tim: I've always fancied myself.
      Mike: I've always fancied you.
      Tim: Not here!

    • Paintball Player: You've seen combat?
      Mike: Yes. Yes I have
      Paintball Player: Where?
      Mike: Um. On the television

  • Notes

    • In all credits for seasons one and two, as well as all official press relaeases and press packs, Ada the dog's name is spelled incorrectly, as Aida.

    • Recurring guest star Peter Serafinowicz provided the voice of Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace.

  • Allusions

    • The scene where Tim and Duane face off against each other, at close range and guns crossed, is similar to several John Woo films, like The Killer and Hard Boiled.

    • The scene where Daisy thinks Brian is sitting on her dog and he counts to three before getting up is similar to Lethal Weapon 2, when Danny Glover is sitting on the toilet-bomb.

    • Mike's line "There's a storm coming" is taken from the last words in 'The Terminator'.

    • The line "We put them down. All of them" spoken by the woman at the dogs' home is an allusion to the line 'Wipe them out. All of them." from Star Wars Episode 1 : The Phantom Menace.

    • When Daisy is seen dragging her box around, the music that accompanies is the theme from 'Animal Magic', a children's show where Johnny Morris voiced films of animals in zoos.

    • The music which introduces the dogs' home sequence is the theme from 'Head and Tails', a children's show featuring short films about animals presented by Derek Griffiths.

    • The music which accompanies Tim being chased by the dogs is the theme from the cartoon show Rhubarb and Custard.

    • The ghostly faces which appear over Daisy's shoulder are an allusion to images of demons from The Exorcist. Very similar images were also used by Sam Raimi in Evil Dead 2.

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