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Little Britain Schauspieler Schauspiel VideoSir Norman Fry Compilation - Little Britain Retrieved 28 October 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. Actor Star Trek. Depp Johnny is an actor and producer, known for Dr.
An airport setting is a nice refresh from a lot of mainstream comedies. Only 6 episodes where ever made, and that's a real shame because I feel they could have done a lot more with the show.
On the upside, it genuinely gives the impression of a real documentary-you could show someone the intro and they would think it is actually about a real airline.
Some people would find it a bit offensive, but personally I didn't find it at all distasteful. The only complaint I have about this show is that I felt the husband and wife pilots "Jackie and Simon" were a bit over used.
But it is very minor. It is a good show and is certainly worth your time if you liked Little Britain. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Mr Cleevs is a traditional-looking yet eccentric teacher at Kelsey Grammar School a reference to actor Kelsey Grammer.
He also asks for complete silence during a test, which is later revealed to be a test on crisps , but then he does various loud things himself, like playing the saxophone , vacuuming the classroom and setting off fireworks.
He also has trouble with reading like when he can't pronounce the words in Great Expectations , he just says "Shall we just watch the video?
It is implied that he deliberately marks correct answers as wrong. He also introduces strange new pupils into his class such as a dog, a boy from the 17th century and an adult.
A major character in Series 1, Mr Cleeves made his last appearance in the programme in episode 8. The Coach works in Wilderness Lodge Boot Camp where Vicky Pollard is sent to after burning down Disneyland.
She is interrupted by Vicky during Roll Call and, rather than reacting with annoyance, she patiently waits for her to finish before claiming that she hasn't a clue what Vicky has said.
Vicky stays behind to express concern over one of the girls being possibly lesbian. She is told to 'run' by the coach.
The next sketch involving the coach, she catches Vicky smoking in the bathroom while ordering the other girls to bed and Vicky mentions a girl stealing an eyeliner pencil, and drawing on the wall of a big fat woman with a penis and writing the coach's name on it.
Vicky's hair then caught fire she had hidden the cigarette in her hair which made the coach very worried. Next, she caught Vicky trying to escape where she mentions that she takes attempts to escape very seriously.
She then increases Vicky's sentence by another 6 months, mentioning that she was due to be released the next day.
In the last sketch, Vicky goes to hospital and loses her voice after jumping off the chapel roof. The coach appears to be very caring for Vicky though Vicky reacts by telling her to 'get off me you dirty [lesbian]'.
The Counsellor made several appearances in Little Britain Series 2, in which he is always seen in his office, talking to patients. Upon his patients leaving, he disregards the rule of confidentiality and promptly picks up his telephone and calls his friend, to whom he then relates what the patient has just told him and insults the patient.
He also makes a few appearances in the Deleted Scenes. The Series 2 Script Book names him as "Dr Lowe. Appearances: Radio Show; Appeared in first 2 series Catchphrase: "Look into my eyes, look into my eyes, the eyes, the eyes, not around the eyes, don't look around the eyes, look into my eyes snaps fingers you're under.
Kenny Craig is a stage hypnotist who often uses his powers purely for his own ends, such as beating his mother in a game of Scrabble by playing the non-existent word " cupboardy ", which, according to him, meant "cupboard-like" and hypnotising her into believing it is a real word , getting dates from and seducing women and gaining or avoiding spending money.
In most of the early series, Kenny Craig sketches are based on him hypnotising one or more people into doing things or accepting as fact a ridiculous premise, some of whom aren't really hypnotised, but were merely playing along, or he may use his powers to get out of an awkward situation such as hypnotising everyone present when he accidentally destroys a man's car.
His powers appear to improve as the series progresses, however; in later episodes he manages feats such as putting on a hypnosis show - in which he does nothing but hypnotise the audience into believing they have actually witnessed an incredible hypnosis show before sitting back to read a book for an hour Andy McNab 's Bravo Two Zero ; finally taking them out of their trance at the timetabled end of the show.
In Little Britain Abroad , while holidaying in Portugal , he is hypnotised by Paul McKenna who does this in Kenny's trademark 'Look into my eyes He made an appearance in Little Britain Live , but not in the USA adaption of the program, though he does appear in a deleted scene on the LBUSA DVD, using his hypnosis to get a woman in a supermarket to agree to go out with him, go to his show and then make love with him at a motel.
Latymer Crown is a masseur who works on a patient of hers called Jonathan, a very stress prone patient. Latymer tries to relax Jonathan by using the strangest methods, like telling gruesome stories and thoughts, screaming a horrible lullaby and playing blood curdling music which she found relaxing but other find tense.
In one episode, she attempts to make Jonathan relax by using the following mental image. He's weeping softly, softly weeping, the children are lifting him, and putting him into a wheelie bin.
This is being pushed down a hill and the children have let go. Appearances: Radio Show; Starting in Series 1 Catchphrases: "Oh man I love the cake!
She is notoriously rude and mean-spirited, especially towards the members of Fat Fighters, of whom she hypocritically makes fun for being fat.
Her sketches featured guest appearances from Vanessa Feltz who called her a "total cow" and Derek Martin in Series Two and Three respectively. The regular members include Pat, Paul, Tania the oldest member of the group , several unnamed members and an Indian woman named Meera who curiously does not appear to be overweight.
In Series 2, Pat and Paul start a relationship and the two get married. It is also implied in a Series 1 episode that Marjorie had had a brief sexual encounter with Paul, after which she berates him for it.
One trademark of the sketches is that Marjorie pretends not to hear or understand what Meera says, needing another member usually Tania , to interpret, or mishearing it as something else.
Other trademark actions of hers are misspelling " chocolate " spelling it "choclit," "choglud" or "chucklet" , and blatantly overeating despite attempts to hide it, as well as avoiding the subject of her own weight whenever it comes under scrutiny - such as shouting at her superior at Fat Fighters Head Office.
She even tried to pretend her trolley which was full of food that is high in fat was someone else's when she ran into Paul in her local supermarket, and later when Meera turns out to be the cashier.
In one sketch from Series 3, Marjorie had a fake tan that went wrong and made her skin orange. This causes her members to take revenge and be mean to her by suggesting orange-coloured or flavoured binge foods such as "Paul: Terry's Chocolate Orange , Tania: Tango , Meera: marmalade which Marjorie writes as conserves and Pat: satsumas ".
Marjorie then calls Pat a fat cow. In the final episode of series 3, all the Fat Fighters attendees desert the group en masse after finally growing tired of Marjorie's hurtful remarks and poor weight loss advice.
Marjorie is shocked at this. Marjorie appeared in Little Britain Abroad , where she went on an exchange to America and attended a meeting in Miami.
A new member of the group was the local sheriff, who was less tolerant of Marjorie's rudeness and, after being pushed too far in a matter of minutes after being called " Boss Hogg ," arrested her.
Meanwhile, Marjorie's Texan counterpart, Blanche Chuckatuck portrayed by David Walliams went to take Marjorie's group in the UK.
Although Blanche Tuckatuck was much more polite, more kind and gave more helpful weight-loss advice than Marjorie, she had one serious flaw - she was a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Like Marjorie, she was also racist to Meera and pretends not to understand her. It is also noticeable that the narrator, in his voiceovers, expresses contempt towards people who are overweight, much like Marjorie's own contempt.
Marjorie returns to America in Little Britain USA and a new aspect of her personality is shown - she is also homophobic, as seen when Rosie O'Donnell attends a meeting and gets her own taste of Marjorie's medicine.
As with Meera in the UK series, she pretends not to understand a Mexican member of the group, whom she also refers to as an illegal immigrant and that Marjorie believes that the member is from the Philippines.
She appeared in four of the episodes and a deleted scene in which she convinces Slimmer of the Year Lisa Warren Sarah Chalke that her donuts are low-calorie, then cut off a large part of her hair, because she insulted her.
Marjorie made several TV appearances in other shows before Little Britain , most notably, appearing as the mother of George Dawes , the overgrown baby who was resident drummer and scorekeeper on Shooting Stars , also played by Lucas.
George Dawes is not mentioned in any way in any version of Little Britain. She also made an appearance at the marriage of David Walliams and Lara Stone.
Marjorie's name is a reference to the nursery rhyme , See Saw Margery Daw. Appearances: Little Britain USA episodes 1, 4, 5 and 6 Catchphrase: "I love you more than something nice ", repeats twice until "I love you more than something vulgar ".
Ellie-Grace is a caricatured "sweet" little American school girl who appears regularly in Little Britain USA. When parting with her mother for any particular reason, such as a trip to a brownie camp or having her tonsils removed, they will share love sentiments or their "I love you more than" game.
While these will start off with "nice" things, she innocently comes up with vulgar ones that are often sex-related for example, "I love you more than transsexual porn" , much to the horror of her mother.
In their final sketch they go over to a friend's house for sleepover. As they are parting, Ellie-Grace who has been warned by her mother not to come up with any vulgar love sentiments pressures her mother into sharing one more round of love sentiments, which she reluctantly complies with.
However, just as it looks fine when Ellie-Grace's sentiments turn out not to be vulgar , her mother accidentally comes up with one herself.
This then traumatizes Ellie-Grace and her friends, who are then comforted by her friends' mother. The two appeared alongside Robbie Williams in the Little Britain Comic Relief sketch for Red Nose Day Robbie played Ellie's best friend Candy-Marie in a sketch which parodies The Exorcist.
Appearances: Since Series 2 Catchphrase: "Call me Bubbles darling, everybody does! Champagne for everyone!
It'll last longer! Bubbles DeVere is a bald and morbidly obese lady, who permanently takes up residency at Hill Grange Health Spa in presumably Leeds.
She has a habit of taking her clothes off, primarily to obstruct any attempt to get her to pay off her tremendous debts and cost of living, but also because she believes she is exceptionally beautiful.
In Series 2, the owner of the spa, Mr. Hutton Walliams tries frequently to get her to pay for the increasing cost of her stay at the spa to no avail Bubbles is prepared to go to any length to avoid doing so, including hiding so long in a tanning bed that she burns her entire body the colour of charcoal.
It is also frequently implied she is some kind of debutante , despite being 43 years old and divorced. In Little Britain Abroad , she travels to Monte Carlo to stay with Ronnie Corbett , whom she believes to be one of her oldest friends in spite of the fact he does not know her, and she later pays a visit to a Swiss boutique at a ski resort to borrow a dress for a dinner party, but ends up ruining the dress upon wearing it.
In the same sketch, in order to show off to the shop assistant, she pretends to be phoned by novelist Jilly Cooper. In Little Britain USA , she is shown travelling on a cruise ship racking up huge debts in the casino revealing that she is also a gambling addict.
Each time she loses a bet, she gambles everything on the roulette wheel, including her earrings, her clothes and even her wig.
She later tries to seduce the captain of the cruise ship to talk him out of her paying gambling debts, but only to be kicked out. Later in her third and final appearance, she was put off the ship but swam back also revealing that she is a champion swimmer , and tries to seduce a rich man.
She also appeared in Little Britain Live. Appearances: Since Series 3 Catchphrase: "Baby" as opposed to Bubbles' "Dahlin" and usually pronounced "bebby", "babby" or "bubby".
Desiree pronounced "de-zee-ray" is the rival of Bubbles and the new wife of Bubbles' ex-husband, Roman. Desiree, like Bubbles, is an obese woman larger even than Bubbles who frequently appears naked, wears only a small silver dress and is bald though, like Bubbles, she wears a wig , but is a lot more spiteful than Bubbles.
Roman enjoys watching the two of them wrestling naked. He divorced Bubbles because she lost an amount of weight. She is believed to be former Miss Botswana and an ex-Olympic Showjumper.
On one occasion, when she bends over to search for her wig, Bubbles remarks, referring to Desiree's anus, "Oh, it's like the Black Hole of Calcutta!
Roman DeVere is the husband of Desiree DeVere, and the ex-husband of Bubbles DeVere. He gets frustrated when Bubbles tries to interrupt his and Desiree's honeymoon.
He appears to have some sort of a fetish for fat women as he enjoys seeing Bubbles and Desiree wrestle in the nude, and in one sketch, got an erection after seeing Bubbles naked getting a slap from Desiree on it due to a believed sex scandal.
Michael Dinner also known as The Posh Diner is a man who is always seen in a restaurant. In each of his sketches he is approached by a waiter and gruffly orders posh dishes, before ordering something basic or mass-market such as Um Bongo , Hubba Bubba or Monster Munch as the waiter walks away.
Michael also appeared on the Comic Relief episode and in the deleted scenes of the second series. His name is a reference to film director Michael Winner and was revealed in the Little Britain Top Trumps cards.
Making one appearance in the U. S version of the show, a couple are divorcing because of the wife's homosexuality. As they are packing her belongings into boxes, the husband discovers numerous books, toys and essentials that suggest her homosexuality that she kept hidden from him.
At the end of the sketch he accidentally uncovers a book of his entitled " Sir Ian McKellen 's book of men's bottoms," indicating that he is homosexual as well.
Appearances: Series 2 Catchphrase: "Stay where you are! Doug makes only one appearance in the entire series. He was shown to be giving firm and very tough lectures at a drug rehabilitation centre, while kindly telling them that he will help them overcome their habits.
During the entire appearance, a lady in the rehab tries to leave, insisting she is at the wrong lecture, but he refuses her request each time. He made several more appearances in the Deleted Scenes of Series 2, in which his mother appears at his lecture and indicates that his supposed drug addictions are all made up and he has never actually done hard drugs.
A more polite version of Doug appears in a deleted Peter Andre sketch from Series 1. Appearances: Since Series 3 Catchphrase: "Oh, 'ello dear!
Mrs Emery is a friendly old lady who is never one to back out of a nice long chat. Her sketches typically show her in some public place such as a library, supermarket or post office, and meeting someone with whom she is familiar or acquainted to there and then starts chatting to them.
While conversing, she then starts urinating uncontrollably, much to the shock of the person in question. She is oblivious to her constant urinating and always believes the mess she leaves behind is the result of a pipe leak or someone else's behaviour.
In her final sketch, a doctor, after examining her leg and seeing her uncontrollable urinating , asks her if she has anything else wrong with her, which she denies.
Her sketches attracted controversy soon after the launch of the third series when they were criticised by the UK incontinence charity, Incontact. Eileen and Janet appear only in one episode in Series 1.
In their sketch, Eileen Lucas is consoling her sister, Janet Walliams , who has recently lost her husband, Ivar.
Throughout the sketch, a mention of certain and sometimes very simple things, such as a visit to the shops, reminds Janet of Ivar and makes her start sobbing, while Eileen patiently consoles her.
At the end of the sketch, she firmly reminds her sister that they had decided not to talk about Ivar's death. They originally appeared in the radio show.
Linda is a university counsellor who always has a student in her office asking for something, usually course-related. Linda calls a man named Martin unseen and unheard to the audience to grant the request and is asked to describe the student in question.
While she often begins with complimentary or basic descriptions such as the colour of the hair or skin, good personalities or what they're wearing , she will then use descriptions that mock the student's culture or appearance or anything about them outstanding, such as a mole on their chin or their lack of hair, and using an insulting epithet to describe them, such as "big fat lesbian ," "ching-chong Chinaman ", "Ali Bongo", "Fatty Fatty Boom Boom", "the Oompa Loompa ", " Magnum, P.
Her office is decorated with counter-cultural and Communist paraphernalia a bust of Lenin and several Soviet flags.
In the last episode of Series 3, all of the students she had insulted in Series 2 and 3 came to tell her they wanted to place a formal complaint about her, but when she called Martin to sort it out, she referred to them as "the whole cast of Fraggle Rock " The tables were turned on her in a Little Britain Abroad deleted scene when her Australian counterpart, Germain, remarked that she had greying hair, smelt a bit musky, needed a shave and was on the wrong side of menopause "The dried up old witch" , sending Linda out in tears.
Appearances: Since Series 3 Catchphrase: "As far as I'm concerned, that is the end of the matter. Thank you.
Sir Norman Fry is a Conservative MP who seems to be traditional, and has a wife, Camilla Matt Lucas , and two children. He is always issuing statements to the press regarding embarrassing situations in which he has apparently been caught.
His statements are written and delivered in an ineffective attempt to make his misadventures sound innocent and justifiable, using phrases such as "on entering the room, my clothes accidentally fell off" or "I followed the gentlemen into the toilet cubicle to discuss foreign policy", and to cover up his apparent homosexual urges, since all of his statements refer to encounters with other men.
He always makes his statements outside his country manor, with his wife and children present, and will proceed to kiss his wife after finishing his statements.
Although initially supportive, his wife grows irritable as he issues more and more statements, and she eventually walks away without even giving him a chance to kiss her.
An American counterpart of Sir Norman Fry, Republican Party Senator White, appears in episodes 5 and 6 of Little Britain USA.
Fry is somewhat similar to the Viz character Baxter Basics. Appearances: Radio Show; Series 1, episodes 1, 2, 7 and 8 Catchphrase: Jason: "Heellloooo Gary and Jason are two working-class friends who always visit Gary's grandmother, on whom Jason has a crush.
Jason always tries to play on to Gary's grandmother, be it by performing the Heimlich maneuver on her or seeing her to the bathroom or wiping her spillings and sucking her toes, the latter of which horrifies Gary to the point of ordering him out of her house.
When Jason later visited Gary's grandmother, he was aroused to see her kissing her sister, which was further enhanced by her offering a sandwich , which he interpreted as the sex position.
Die Show wurde erstmals auf BBC Radio 4 als Radiosendung ausgestrahlt, wurde die erste Staffel mit acht Folgen auf dem digitalen TV-Sender BBC 3 gesendet.
Bislang sind weitere drei Staffeln mit je sechs Folgen erschienen. Alle Folgen sind auch auf DVD veröffentlicht. In Deutschland wird die Serie auf Comedy Central und seit auch bei One ausgestrahlt.
In Österreich übernimmt aktuell der ORF die Ausstrahlung, in der Schweiz SRF zwei. Die Sendung besteht aus einer Ansammlung kurzer Sketche über die alltägliche Exzentrik der Briten, die durch den Erzähler lose miteinander verbunden sind.
Hierfür wird eine Reihe verschiedener Figuren beispielhaft grotesk überzeichnet dargestellt. Ein weiteres Markenzeichen der Sketche ist, dass diese aus Serien mit immer wiederkehrenden Darstellern bestehen und die Pointen stets nach ähnlichen Mustern aufgebaut werden, wobei durch leichte Variationen des Ablaufs für Auflockerung gesorgt wird.
Einige seiner Kommentare beziehen sich auch auf diese Rolle. David Walliams und Matt Lucas waren schon im Jahr als Autoren für Sacha Baron Cohens Ali G.
Show tätig und des Weiteren im Spielfilm Shaun of the Dead zu sehen. Der besonders fürsorgliche und freundliche Lou lebt mit dem im Rollstuhl sitzenden Andy in Herby.
Der starr und etwas dumm wirkende Andy wird in fast jedem Sketch vor eine Wahl gestellt und entscheidet sich meist für das Gegenteil einer ursprünglich vor der Szene getätigten Aussage, auf der er jetzt aber beharrt.
Lou beugt sich dieser Entscheidung nach erfolglosem Widerspruch. Kurz darauf revidiert Andy jedoch stets seine Entscheidung und Lou muss die Folgen wieder in Ordnung bringen.
Ein weiteres Schema der Andy-und-Lou-Sketche besteht darin, dass Lou Andy in eine Situation bringt, auf die Andy wenig Lust hat.
Während Lou kurz abgelenkt ist, erhebt sich Andy und setzt seinen Willen durch eigenmächtiges Handeln oder Gewaltanwendung gegen Sachen oder Personen durch, und kehrt stets in seinen Rollstuhl zurück, bevor Lou sich ihm wieder widmen kann.
Meist kommentiert Lou die veränderte Situation beiläufig, kann sich aber nie erklären, wie es dazu kommen konnte. Während ihrer Diskussionen zitiert Lou meist eine frühere Aussage Andys in eloquenter Ausdrucksweise, welche in keiner Relation zu dessen sonst dumpfer Sprechweise steht.
Vor allem in den späteren Staffeln der Serie kommt immer mehr ans Tageslicht, dass Andy gar nicht gehbehindert ist sondern Lou nur ausnutzt und er tatsächlich auch viel intelligenter ist, als es den Anschein hat.
Die Namen sind eine Anspielung auf Andy Warhol und Lou Reed. Der übergewichtige Daffyd ist der Meinung, der einzige Homosexuelle im walisischen Dorf Llandewi Breffi zu sein, doch in jedem Sketch wird er mit der Tatsache konfrontiert, dass in der Ortschaft fast nur Menschen seiner Orientierung leben, welche er jedoch nicht akzeptiert beziehungsweise demonstrativ ignoriert, bzw.
Sein Markenzeichen ist meist knappe, transparente, extravagante und klischeebehaftete Kleidung, die meist aus grellbuntem Latex oder ähnlichen Synthetikstoffen besteht.
Daffyd: Matt Lucas; Myfanwy: Ruth Jones. Vicky ist ein vorlautes, übergewichtiges und stets genervtes Mädchen, das in Darkley Noone lebt. Sie repräsentiert das typische Abbild einer englischen Chavette und ist dementsprechend auch immer im Jogginganzug anzutreffen.
Diese Geschichten nutzt sie als Ablenkung, wenn sie irgendeiner Ordnungswidrigkeit oder Straftat beschuldigt wird.
Markenzeichen ist dabei ihr überaus schneller Redefluss, gepaart mit ihren szenespezifischen Floskeln. Sebastian ist jung, homosexuell, ausdrucksstark und der Sekretär von Premierminister Michael Stevens, in welchen er sich vom ersten Moment an verliebt hat.
Obwohl der Premierminister bereits mit einer Frau verheiratet ist, tauchen bei diesem immer wieder Anzeichen einer latenten Homosexualität auf, welche jedoch nie Sebastian, sondern anderen Politikerkollegen offenbart werden.
In Little Britain USA hat Sebastian die Rolle des Premierministers eingenommen und macht dem Präsidenten der Vereinigten Staaten schöne Augen.
Sebastian: David Walliams, Michael: Anthony Head. Du bist in Trance. Paris, je t'aime. Joann Condon. Fat Pat 1 Fan. Das Kabinett des Doktor Parnassus.
Anthony Head. Premierminister 35 Fans. Buffy - Im Bann der Dämonen. Imelda Staunton. Mead 30 Fans. Die Piraten - Ein Haufen merkwürdiger Typen.
Sally Hawkins. In , Lucas and Walliams announced that there would be no more of the British Little Britain , but they taped an American continuation of the programme entitled Little Britain USA , which featured both returning characters from the British series as well as new American characters.
According to Walliams, the new show was "effectively Little Britain series four". It also started airing on The Comedy Network in Canada in January This was the first Little Britain Comic Relief special, with the usual cast and guests appearances from George Michael , Elton John , and Robbie Williams.
The Little Britain cast returned for a second Comic Relief Special, this time live and with special guests: Russell Brand , Kate Moss , Patsy Kensit , Jonathan Ross , Kate Thornton , Chris Moyles , Dennis Waterman , Peter Kay , David Baddiel , Jeremy Edwards , and Dawn French.
A crossover between the UK and USA versions, this featured guest appearances by Catherine Tate and Robbie Williams. Walliams reprises the role of Lou Todd for Comic Relief.
Guest stars included Stephen Hawking and Catherine Tate. However, Lucas does not feature. This one-off special was broadcast on 31 October on BBC Radio 4.
Lucas and Walliams both returned for this episode. The concept was revived for The Big Night In , a 23 April telethon held during the COVID pandemic , in a skit which had the pair revisiting a number of characters.
As a sketch show, Little Britain features many characters with varying degrees of costume and makeup. Matt Lucas and David Walliams play all the main characters in the show.
Tom Baker narrates and Paul Putner , Steve Furst , Sally Rogers , David Foxxe, Samantha Power, Yuki Kushida , and Stirling Gallacher regularly appear as several different characters.
Other regular cast include: Anthony Head as the Prime Minister, Ruth Jones as Myfanwy, Charu Bala Chokshi as Meera, and Joann Condon as Fat Pat. A two-part Christmas special, Little Britain Abroad , was broadcast in December and January This makes a total of 25 episodes to date.
There has also been the Little Britain Live show. In the UK, the series was originally broadcast on BBC Three and BBC One and was aired in repeats on Dave , Gold , and Watch.
The programme, particularly the second and third series, has been criticised for its treatment of women and minority groups and "punch-down" comedic style.
The latest series of the hit BBC comedy Little Britain may be hauling in record viewing figures, but it has also sparked a previously unthinkable chorus of criticism, with claims that the programme had lost its way, trading early ingenuity for swelling amounts of toilet humour in the search for cheap laughs, and becoming increasingly offensive.
Activist Owen Jones of The Guardian argues in his book Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class that Little Britain helped to perpetuate unkind stereotypes about working-class people: exacerbated by the fact that both Walliams and Lucas attended private schools.
The series became increasingly popular with children, despite being shown after the watershed. There was also criticism from teachers that the programme led to inappropriate copycat behaviour in the playground.
Speaking in October , Lucas explained that if he were to re-make Little Britain he would avoid making jokes about transvestites and would not play the role of a black character.
Lucas went on to say that "Basically, I wouldn't make that show now. It would upset people.Dafydd Thomas reist nach Griechenlandauf die Insel Mykonos und Lou und Andy wollen nach Disneyworld Florida. Joann Condon. Small Apartments.