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His speeches are always politically or factually incorrect, confusing and often offensive to the audience, such as his speech at a police dinner " First of all, we both get a lot of practise running after black guys".
In a typical sketch, he will be on his way to give his speech, but upon learning a detail in his speech is considered offensive, confusing or is not factually correct, he will proceed to throw a page of his speech away, until he is left with his greeting and dismissal.
Once, he found out he would not only be meeting people with leprosy , but also hugging them, and, suddenly reluctant to do his speech, he threw himself out of the car after a discussion about Lepers.
He regularly goes on about his achievements, but gets little response for it. Mills' US equivalent is Bing Gordyn , the eighth man to walk on the moon and the first to do so with a moustache.
The two are both Walliams characters, both have had some amazing achievement that they go on about, but fail to receive praise for. In reality the medal Mills is said to have won was actually won by the late Ivorian athlete Gabriel Tiacoh.
Series 1, Episodes 1 and 3. The Minstrels are two minstrels who are constant targets of quasi-racial discrimination. They are refused a room at a bed and breakfast, and are criticized by in radio broadcast by a government official.
One of the cut sketches shows the Minstrel played by David Walliams being denied a job to which he replies, "Is it because I'm a minstrel?
Myfanwy is the barmaid of a local pub called 'The Scarecrow and Mrs. King ' and best friend to Daffyd Thomas and often serves him Bacardi and Coke.
She is very keen to help him find a gay partner, even going as far as to close her bar so he can have a gay night which she promptly regrets because he orders all the gays who turn up to leave.
In later episodes, we learn that she is in a homosexual relationship and about to enter into a civil partnership with Rhiannon.
In Little Britain Abroad , Myfanwy opens a gay bar on Mykonos in Greece, but it does not fare well because Daffyd does not hand out flyers to the locals.
It is also revealed in Little Britain Abroad that she speaks almost perfect Greek. At the end of Series 3, she is seen walking with Daffyd to the train station and she cries when he tries to leave for London.
Narrates every episode Catchphrase: Opens every episode with "Britain, Britain, Britain! The closest he ever came to saying it the right way was when he said 'goodbyes'.
The narrator opens and closes every episode and provides a voice-over between many of the sketches to introduce the upcoming characters, announcing the time in a ridiculous manner, such as "nought o'clock", announcing an impossible time or date, such as 'one two o'clock' or 'It's a crisp morning in Octember', or replacing the hour with a person's name, such as 'half past Oliver' and also fictitious names for locations around Britain, such as villages called " Bruise ", "Achey Balls", and the " Mike McShane Estate'.
He will also give directions to certain places such as a McDonald's in a very strange location and "a town just southeast of Northwestshire".
The narrator delivers comedic monologues in many voice-overs by making unorthodox claims about Britain, its people or its history such as "we invented the cat " , stating the obvious such as 'I will state 3 interesting facts about Britain.
Britain is a country, 2. Britain is called Britain, 3. He will also make ironic statements such as in Little Britain Abroad: My boyfriend and I got the first flight home!
Sometimes he would make very strange comments about a location such as 'the children of Britain are notoriously stupid and must attend school' and 'if you have a verucca you would like to share, then go to your local swimming pool'.
He often makes surreal statements, like; "I must go now because I am about to reach orgasm ", or "I do love an election At the end of one episode, shorter than the others, he remarked: Also, during the Marjorie Dawes sketches, he expresses much contempt for overweight people, such as calling them "vermin", or expressing a desire to have them arrested, removed from the country, spat on or shot dead.
However, in one such sketch he states that he would strangle the overweight people himself, but he can't because he's "too fat".
In an Emily Howard sketch, he says that he is wearing a beautiful dress that belonged to his father; he routinely introduces Emily as "rubbish [or not very good , or some similar phrase] transvestite Emily Howard".
In the final episode he says "Brighton, Brighton, Bri At the end he says that Little Britain is the best show ever and says he is "some kind of god that must be worshipped as such".
Series 2 episode 4. The Newsagent made only one appearance in Series 2. In the sketch, a customer portrayed by David Walliams comes in and, being the only other person in the shop, is forced to do his shopping under the gaze of the newsagent, who attempts to make conversation by commenting on each of the items that the customer takes for instance "Thirsty?
At the end of the sketch, after a few moments of awkward dithering, the customer reaches up to the top shelf of the magazine racks, where the pornographic ones are kept, prompting the shopkeeper to ask; "Planning a wank?
The opening scene of the sketch shows that he allows a maximum of students in his shop at one time. Series 3, episodes 2 and 3.
Pat and Don are a couple who eat at a local Indian restaurant, which has an unusually fast service.
The dishes are delivered as soon as the couple is finished ordering, and even so, the waiter will sometimes apologise for the delay.
Don always orders the spiciest dish offered to him, saying with enthusiasm that he loves his food spicy. However, he often finds the dish a little too hot for his tastes and it then causes him to spout catchphrases from a variety of s and s TV shows such as " Super match game, super match game, super match game ", " Godzilla, doo doodle doo, Godzilla doo doodle doo, Godzilla doo doodle doo and Godzooky " and " Mr Spencer!
David Walliams and Adam Donkin Appearances: Series 1, episodes 4, 6 and 7. Sandra Patterson is a stage mother who is unusually determined for her son Ralph which she pronounces as "Raif", a reference to Ralph Fiennes to get into acting.
She is also very boastful and nasty to whoever she comes across. Unfortunately, her son never gets a part and, every time he fails, Sandra loses her temper and usually takes it out on whoever is nearby, unfortunately, often her son.
They appeared in the radio series under the names of Sandra and Olivier Laurence, a play on the name of the actor Laurence Olivier. She goes to such lengths to get him parts, that she pretends it's his birthday, that he's dying, and even threatening to "tell 'em you touched him!
Pedro is the Spanish , cross-dressing boyfriend of Dewi, Daffyd's brother. Pedro was with Dewi when he came out to Daffyd as gay, and Daffyd was shocked to find out Pedro was a man, and was gay also.
Pedro's character was likely based on David Walliams' impersonation of Ricky Martin. Series 3, episodes 4 and 5 Catchphrases: Sid Pegg is a nosey and rude Neighbourhood Watch leader who takes his job very seriously.
As there is no real crime in his area, his meetings can be about anything from the Gipsy Kings to the fact that a gang of "yob" have kicked an empty can of Lilt down the road.
He will frequently call out commands to his wife preparing dinner, in the format of "Wife, [name of food], go!
He also has a moustache that looks exactly like the one of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. When asking for assistance from other members of the watch, he always chooses Lloyd, a short man who appeared on The Weakest Link a fact Sid continually mentions.
He pauses during his recitals to say or do mindless things, such as checking where his shopping bag is, to read a text message and to tell someone that he forgot to set the video and ask when Sainsbury's closes, before resuming the recital as if nothing had happened.
The actual pianist was Simon Callaghan, now a professional classical musician, who was studying at the Royal College of Music at the time. An American counterpart also played by Walliams appears in a deleted scene of the US adaptation of the show.
He is seen reading out of a porn magazine, which is causing him to play a faster tempo. Gerald Pincher is the father of Harvey Pincher. He is a crusty, conservative, upper class Brit, yet he is also warm and friendly.
He appears to be unperturbed by Harvey's infantile desire for his mother's breast milk 'bitty'. He appears to be interested in the Battle of Culloden.
In Series 2 it is revealed that Gerald does not approve of vegetarianism; when informed about the need for a vegetarian option at Harvey and Jane's wedding he responds "Oh, bloody vegetarians!
String up the lot of them, I say! Harvey Pincher can be best described as a year-old upper-class mummy's boy. He insists on "bitty" breast milk from his mother, Celia, played by Geraldine James even though he is an adult - much to the dismay of his prospective wife and her parents, so when they were speaking and they saw the "bitty", they would start stuttering and speaking rather slowly.
The sketches follow his engagement to Jane, through to their wedding day, which he interrupts near the end, saying "Bitty" instead of "I Do", gesturing for his mother to come up so he can have some of her breast milk.
His parents do not seem even remotely perturbed by his behaviour. Harvey Pincher and his parents without his new wife return in Little Britain USA , visiting some American relatives, who are equally shocked by his breast-feeding.
In their final sketch, Harvey's mother Celia overhears the relatives insulting them behind their back about the breast-feeding and is offended.
It is also revealed that Harvey is burped by Celia, wears a nappy and Gerald changes him. I sooo can't believe you just said that! Vicky Pollard is a teenage girl who is intended to be a parody of chavs living in the West Country at the time Matt Lucas was studying at the University of Bristol.
When challenged about something, she comes up with gossip that has nothing whatsoever to do with whatever problem she is in at the time, although she claims to be "getting there".
She also speaks very quickly which, together with the gossip she comes up with, usually confuses or agitates the person in question. She dresses in a dirty, pink-coloured Kappa tracksuit.
Her place of residence throughout the series was a fictitious town called Darkley Noone, which is shown to be in Bristol.
For instance, she refers to places within the Bristol area, such as Fishponds , the Broadmead Shopping Centre and Wookey Hole which is actually just outside Wells , but is a short drive from Bristol.
She also speaks with a lisp pronouncing "borstal" as "borthtal" and a West Country accent. Vicky Pollard went to school in the first and second series.
In the first series, she was accused of shoplifting, became pregnant and swapped the baby for a Westlife CD and was sentenced to borstal where she bit someone called Jackie Hayes a counterpart of Vicky played by Walliams.
In the third series, she works for a sex hotline and pretends she's a lesbian with three girlfriends named "Ferrero", "Rocher" and "Twix", was hired to babysit and had a wild party in the house while the parents were away and tried to get money from a forged lottery ticket.
In Little Britain Abroad she was shut in a Thai prison for smuggling heroin and her mother, Shelly Pollard played by Dawn French , made an appearance in court saying that Vicky got into a bad crowd at the age of three.
Vicky was sentenced to 10 years for this offence her mother gets 20 for annoying the judge. Her boyfriend, Jermaine made a brief cameo appearance in a sketch in Series 2.
She is shown in various episodes to be a chav girl seeking to get pregnant in order to get a council house: On the episode where she takes a job at a sleazy sex hotline, she is shown pushing along 6 daughters in buggies all dressed identically to her, whilst in the babysitting episode, she also mentions that she has 6 children of her own.
She often says "I have 6 babies by 7 different men. She enrages the coach, jabbering away during rollcall and refusing to follow orders. This behaviour continues until the other girls run off to get their first assignments and Vicky stays behind to express concern over one of the girls being possibly lesbian.
In another sketch, she smokes in the bathroom and her hair catches fire she is saved by the concerned coach. In her final sketch in the series, she is in hospital on life support after jumping off the church roof.
The coach is shown to be very caring towards her. Rachel walliams and Nicola Lucas are two single women looking for love, who go to lunch together and keep track of dates and potential boyfriends by exchanging Polaroid photos of the men's genitals.
Jeremy is Dennis Waterman 's theatrical agent who, while on the phone, at the slightest hint of disagreement, shouts the last word and hangs up the phone.
He often struggles to get Dennis to agree to take conventional acting roles, whereas Dennis is only interested in writing and singing theme tunes.
In one sketch, the usual appearance of regular sized things being huge to Dennis is swapped so when Jeremy gives Dennis a pen , it appears regular size to him and when he gives it back, the pen is gigantic to Jeremy.
Voiced by David Walliams as the robot Appearance: The robotic careers advisor, who works in the same school as Mr. Cleaves, makes one appearance.
In it, a student, who is very realistic about his career opportunities in the future, comes into his office to discuss his desire to become a caterer or engineer.
However, the robot reveals to him just how realistic his career opportunities are - according to the robot, there will be no jobs for humans in the future.
Somewhat confused, the boy leaves with a booklet explaining everything the robot has said, a warning over his untucked shirt and a reminder that the advisor is a robot.
Florence Rose is an aspiring transvestite and companion of Emily. He is even less convincing as a transvestite than Emily, in that he deliberately keeps his moustache; at one point being referred to as "a short fat bloke with a moustache" whilst attempting to purchase a dress.
Emily is teaching Florence how to be a lady in the second series, during which she regularly makes mistakes. In the last episode of Series 3 it is revealed that he is married and his real name is Fred.
Their Nationwide advertisement gives his full name as "Fred Brown. Roy's catchphrase is a conversation with his wife: Roy owns a store that sells different items each episode where Mr Mann always shops.
His wife Margaret helps run the store but is never seen. He has stated that he hates Mr Mann because of his specific requests, and is sometimes shown to be reluctant to serve him.
On one occasion, when Mr Mann complained about a picture he had just purchased, Roy's response was "Get out or I will strangle you". The long pause between Roy's calling to Margaret and her response was referenced in one sketch when, as soon as Roy had called to Margaret, he and Mr Mann both sat down, to read their books while waiting for her response.
He is according to the Prime Minister, very distant to him and this makes the Prime Minister think that he doesn't like his policies.
This in turn causes Robert to stand in the leadership elections. However, in the last episode of Series 3 when the prime minister resigns it is announced that Robert will be the new Prime Minister, which leaves Sebastian the Prime Minister's aide who has always taken a dislike to Robert, calling him "Fat and Scottish" in tears.
He is based on Gordon Brown who at the time was in the same position. Since Series 1, in all but one scene with Sebastian Love.
Prime Minister and the object of Sebastian's affection. He "retires" at the end of Series 3, to Sebastian's horror.
Based on Tony Blair. David Williams states that Anthony Head got the role because "next to Steve Martin , he's the only man I'll ever turn gay for.
One of the few characters based on a real person, the sketch involved a Mr. T look-alike complete with gold chains and mohawk who claimed to have never heard of the muscle-bound star or even seen The A-Team despite the fact he also drank milk and drove a van identical to the one from the show.
Radio Show; Series 1 onward Catchphrases: In fact, there is a huge gay community in his village and the surrounding area, but he utterly refuses to acknowledge or associate with them.
Instead, he frequently proclaims his homosexuality as a means to draw attention to himself , and has almost no or indeed, any homosexual experience, appearing instead to be more terrified by the thought of it than having any desire to seek it out - in Little Britain USA he exclaims "I can't have sex with a man, I'm gay!
There is only one sketch in which he seemed to admire a handsome man he thought was gay. He secretly longs to be victimised for his supposed homosexuality and often brands anyone who speaks to him as homophobic even if all they said was "Hello".
Daffyd is frequently shown to be very ignorant, and prone to making offensive and politically incorrect statements about other homosexuals.
He claims that "lesbians don't count" and tells another that she is "far too attractive" to be a lesbian. He spends most of his time in the village pub talking to barmaid and best friend, Myfanwy.
Myfanwy who is later revealed to be in a lesbian relationship herself with girlfriend Rhiannon is eager to help him with his apparent disengaged love life, and encourages him to meet other gay men or groups, all of whom he rejects or insults.
She continues to try to help him despite his repeated bluntness; many sketches end with him leaving his local pub after claiming that his village is completely homophobic.
He also has a habit of organising gay-related events such as a gay society and then refusing other gays entry by simply declaring that they are not genuinely gay.
He has a mother played by Ruth Madoc , and father who are not bothered by his self-proclaimed homosexuality, much to his chagrin; they in fact have many gay relatives.
In Little Britain Abroad, he is shocked to learn from Myfanwy that his mother is in love with her aunt, and he even has a gay brother named Dewi played by James Corden , who has a Spanish boyfriend named Pedro.
In the final episode of Series 3, he decides to leave Llandewi Breffi for London because he felt he was an out , gay man.
However, he decided not to go, because he learnt from Myfanwy what a gay man could do in London. If he wins the local election, he claims he would turn Llanddewi Brefi Park into a hour gay cruising zone merely by adding statues of Colin and Justin , and that he would demolish the Llanddewi Brefi Home of Retirement and replace it with a gay sauna.
Most people seem to back Daffyd; the elderly lady in the sketch reveals she is a lesbian herself, causing Daffyd to faint. In Little Britain Abroad , he ruins the opening night of Myfanwy's gay bar on Mykonos in Greece because he hands out fliers to a 5-year-old tourist girl and a Greek nun instead of to other gay people though the nun later reveals herself to be a lesbian.
He is also noticeably curious about what being homosexual is actually like when he questions a homosexual Walliams on a Mykonos beach.
Daffyd appears in Little Britain USA , in which he attends an American university and claims to be "the only gay on campus".
In his first appearance, a gay student Walliams hijacks Daffyd's "Gay society" stand, feeling that he could do a better job at running it than Daffyd.
He then starts admitting more gay people while Daffyd looks on in shock. This is the first time that another gay person has taken over his attempt to prove the fact that he is the only one.
He later discovers that he is not the "only gay on campus" when he confronts two lesbians who are living next door for making too much noise when he is trying to sleep.
He appears in the deleted scenes, in which he protests to his English lecturer about the apparent lack of gay writers in their syllabus.
He handcuffs himself to a desk and swallows the key, only to discover that they have been studying Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams , two famous gay writers.
Dudley Punt ordered a Thai bride from a magazine. However, Ting Tong Macadangdang is quite the opposite of the slim, beautiful bride Dudley was expecting.
He is not very happy about this, but for sex, he continues to let her stay "one more night". Dudley is very sarcastic and has a West Midlands accent.
Ting Tong, on the other hand, is very loud and claims not to be able to understand Dudley a lot of the time, and refers to him as "Mister Dudwey".
The sketches generally involve Dudley and Ting Tong's relationship blossoming, only for Ting Tong to reveal a secret about herself. Dudley would then order her out.
She would then try to convince him through various methods to let her stay, to which he always gives in. Ting Tong has many secrets: She admitted that she comes from Tooting in London, not from a remote Thai village called Pong Pong, as she'd originally claimed.
Ting Tong eventually invited her entire family to live in Dudley's home, turned it into a Thai restaurant and forced him to spend Christmas Eve standing on his porch, waiting for it to close.
Later, in Little Britain Abroad , after finally getting married, they go on a honeymoon to Belgium, where they stay with Dudley's brother, who has married a beautiful Russian bride called Ivanka which is actually not a Russian givenname who claims to be 18 years old.
During this sketch, Dudley flirts with Ivanka, which makes Ting Tong jealous, so she plays Dudley and his brother a pornographic video Ivanka starred in, revealing she is not a virgin as she originally claimed.
She seems to look at penises because despite repeatedly denying that she looks at penises, she says to a man "Sorry about your penis".
A recurring character in Series 2, Viv Tudor is seen to be the manageress of a jewellery shop. In her first appearance, the police are at her shop, investigating a recent break-in.
When the police sergeant David Walliams asks her to describe the robbers, she is only capable of saying 'Ohhhh, he was gorgeous! In her final appearance, Viv is at the police station, where six possible robbers are given an identity parade.
She claims that the final suspect was the robber, and says that they're 'Ohhhh, gorgeous! Warren appears in a hospital, apparently on his deathbed.
Throughout the sketch, he goes quiet and appears to be dead. However, as the family begin to mourn, he speaks again to reveal himself as still alive, and "still waiting".
Towards the end of the sketch, he appears to die, as he does not speak for a long time. As his family starts to mourn, he gets out of bed and announces he needs to use the toilet, shocking the family.
He also appears in deleted scenes from series 3, still waiting to die. It is obviously a long time since the last sketch and the family is preparing to leave.
As they say goodbye and let the nurses to call if anything happens, Warren calls "Stay where you are Radio Show; Series 1, episodes 4, 5, 6 and 7 Catchphrase: Matthew Waterhouse is an inventor who presents very silly and crazy ideas for musicals, board games, impersonators and cereals, with a sketch on each subject, and usually barges into the person's office uninvited.
Several examples of his ideas are breakfast cereal " Sugar Poofs: Real gay men frosted with sugar. I come in, handcuff myself to the radiator and talk about my time as a hostage in the Lebanon!
Long as I get to write the theme tune, shing the theme tune Dennis Waterman is a very small actor who, unfortunately, always rejects proposed parts , insisting that he should "write the theme tune , sing the theme tune" every time, much to the chagrin of his theatrical agent, Jeremy.
However, when he is offered to reprise a role in a TV series in which he indeed gets to "write the theme tune, sing the theme tune", he responds "No thanks, I've moved on.
His full height is seen in his final appearance - a minute figurine that looks similar to him is used. He bears little resemblance to the real Dennis Waterman , except that his 'theme tunes' are based on the Minder theme tune that Waterman sang himself among others , but didn't write.
The character is inspired by Lucas and Walliams having met Waterman at an awards ceremony and been surprised to see that he was shorter than he appeared to be during fight scenes in Minder and The Sweeney.
The real Dennis Waterman has been quoted as saying "I did watch it, but I never saw that bit. I just saw a lot of some bloke dressed up as a woman".
The Little Britain Live stage show included a mock ad-lib sequence in which Lucas and Walliams question the logic of their caricature, which in fact bears little resemblance to Waterman.
In a special recording of the sketch for Comic Relief , Waterman himself appears on stage and confronts the two, forcing them to admit that in voice and appearance, there is no resemblance.
He is forced to concede that he has often written and sung the "theme tune" of programmes in which he has appeared. Series 1 episode 6 Catchphrase: Do you know if anyone died in it?
Whitelaw appears only once in the entire Series, at her local charity shop. She is seen to browse through the clothes rack, and when she finds something she likes, she always asks the shopkeepers if anyone died in the clothes she is holding.
When Whitelaw finds some pale blue silk pyjamas, the assistant keeper Matt Lucas says that, just the day before, an elderly lady came in with her husband's clothes, saying he died in his sleep.
Whitelaw then buys them. Many characters from deleted scenes never got an appearance in the series, either due to time constraints, lack of laughs from the audience or due to a sometimes offensive story.
In Series 1 she revealed that she had exchanged one of her children for a Westlife CD, which she revealed that she regretted when the social worker expressed concern, saying "I know, they're rubbish".
The official Series 2 tie-in script book featured a Jobseeker's Allowance benefit claim form partially filled in by Vicky, listing her previous occupations as a "retale sistant" Retail Assistant , chicken slaughterer at which she lasted less than two hours and erotic dancer at Spearmint Rhino.
Her television credits include "roles" in Crimewatch on which she appeared 27 times , South West Today in a segment on happy slapping , and on various closed-circuit television cameras.
She also once slapped Jessica from Liberty X for "giving her evils". Despite the fact that Vicky often seems to get into trouble at the end of her sketches, including appearances in court and arrests for shoplifting, she always seems to have avoided any serious penalties by her next appearance, although she did have a spell in borstal.
She uses fake I. D, but always gets noticed. When someone notices her fake I. D, she usually responds saying, "I couldn't of made, even if I wanted to 'coz I can't read or write because I'm like totally "lexdycsilec.
Vicky has appeared in all but one Little Britain episode to date including the pilot and the Comic Relief special. She did not appear in episode four of series three.
Vicky has a counterpart played by David Walliams, called Jackie Hayes, whom Vicky encountered at borstal in an incident where she supposedly bit her.
Jackie looks and talks exactly like Vicky does, except she wears blue instead of pink. When the governess at Borstal questions both girls about the biting incident, they get into a heated argument trying simultaneously to explain their side of the story by relating gossip about completely unrelated events.
The governess, fed up with the pair of them, tells both girls to "piss off". Retrieved 21 March Retrieved from " https: Lists of British comedy television series episodes Little Britain.
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