Victoria Wood As Seen On TV

Season 2 Episode 6

Episode 6

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Dec 15, 1986 on BBC Two
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    Celia Imrie

    Celia Imrie

    Various Characters

    Duncan Preston

    Duncan Preston

    Various Characters

    Julie Walters

    Julie Walters

    Various Characters

    Susie Blake

    Susie Blake

    Various Characters

    Victoria Wood

    Victoria Wood

    Various Characters

    Constance Chapman

    Constance Chapman

    Winnie

    Guest Star

    Kay Adshead

    Kay Adshead

    Winnie's Daughter

    Guest Star

    Stephen Hancock

    Stephen Hancock

    unknown

    Guest Star

    Rosie Collins

    Rosie Collins

    Trixie

    Recurring Role

    Kenny Ireland

    Kenny Ireland

    Derek

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Miss Babs: What was that noise? It sounded like a tray of coffee being dropped on someone who had just been electrocuted.

      • Victoria: Did you know sex is going out of fashion? It's a little trend I've started.

      • Reporter: How does it feel to win one million pounds?
        Winnie: It hasn't sunk in, really. It was like that when our dad died. That didn't sink in until a couple of months later. The council came round and said we'd have to bury him.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Presented in this episode:
        • Victoria Wood Monologue: Old Moore's Almanac
        • Susie Blake 1: Sports
        • Tattoo Parlour
        • Susie Blake 2: Axing of Acorn Antiques Characters
        • Acorn Antiques 12
        • Documentary: "Winnie's Lucky Day"
        • Song: Count Your Blessings
        • The Waitress
        • Susie Blake 3: Final Comment

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