Meet the characters that inhabit Little Britain, in the first series of the comedy sketch show. Characters such as Dafydd, the only gay man in his village, Fatfighters group leader Majorie Dawes, teenage girl Vicky Pollard, and rubbish transvestite Emily Howard. Along with these characters there is the carer Lou and his wheelchair bound pal, Andy, aging actor Sir Bernard Chumley, disgraced kids star Des Kaye and many more. Originally created for Radio Four, this television series is primarily written by it's two stars, Matt Lucas and David Walliams. With a surreal narration provided by former Doctor Who, Tom Baker and regular guest appearances by Buffy star Anthony Stewart Head as the Prime Minister, the show presents a wide range of comedy characters in sketches shot both on location and in the studio.
The second series of the BBC comedy takes a surreal tour of the British Isles and its curious inhabitants. Matt Lucas and David Walliams introduce us to a host of bizarre characters, including juvenile delinquent Vicky Pollard; Daffyd Thomas, the only gay in the village; Jason, the teenager with an unhealthy attraction to his best friend's granny; Sebastian Love, the government aide with a crush on the Prime Minister; Marjorie Dawes, the terrifying FatFighters group leader; Emily Howard, the world's worst transvestite; and put-upon helper Lou and his wheelchair-bound friend Andy.
This work includes the very best sketches from the brilliant third television series, written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Bubbles is back! But has she met her match with arch-enemy Desiree? In this battle of the bulge, who'll come out on top? Dudley's Thai mail-order bride arrives, but can he get to grips with Ting Tong? Anne appears on "Stars in Their Eyes", hosted by Cat Deeley. What will she sing? 'Tonight, Matthew, I'm going to be Celine Dion...' Highlights from the third TV series also include Lou and Andy getting into an awful kerfuffle over boob jobs and slow-drying patios, the Prime Minister and Sebastian exchanging favours, Dafydd canvassing support in the local Bi Elections, and Emily and Florence going on their (very small) hen night. Hold the front page! Vicky Pollard has some scandal for the press (for a price) and Marjorie Dawes finally apologises to her FatFighters. By the way, computer still says 'No'... Created and performed by comic sensations Matt Lucas and David Walliams
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