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Little Britain: Series 3, Episode 2

1.Lou and Andy - Andy tries his luck at a TV phone-in competition. (featuring Richard and Judy)
2.Mrs Emery - Mrs Emery visits the post office
3.Vicky Pollard - Vicky starts her new job working on an adult chat line
4.Dudley and Ting Tong - Dudley catches Ting-Tong doing something unlady-like in the toilet.
5.Bubbles - After another fight with Bubbles, Desiree loses more than her towel.
6.Linda - Linda assists with a course change for a female student ("Magnum PI") with a slight facial hair problem.
7.Marjorie - Marjorie becomes jelous when her new boyfriend starts being friendly with Tanya.
8.Leonard - Cup of tea
9.Daffyd - Daffyd introduces Myfanwy to his new...Girlfriend?
10.Mr Mann - Mr Mann is looking to buy a painting of a dissapointed horse.
11.Pat and Don - Don takes Pat to an Indian restaurant, where the King Prawn Vindaloo has an unusual effect on him.
12.Judy and Maggie - Maggie is recovering well from a kidney transplant, until she's given the name of the donor.
13.Sebastian and Michael - Sebastian serenades the PM in the Houses of Paliament.
14.Lou and Andy - Andy decides to make a trip along the River Thames slightly more interesting.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x2
Production Number: 3x02
Airdate: Thursday November 24th, 2005



Guest Stars
Anthony Stewart HeadAnthony Stewart Head
As Prime Minister
Recurring
Charu Bala Chokshi (1)Charu Bala Chokshi (1)
As Meera
Recurring
Rob BrydonRob Brydon
As Roman De Vere
Recurring
Judy FinniganJudy Finnigan
As Herself
Richard MadeleyRichard Madeley
As Himself
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