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After taking part in a identity parade at the local police station where Spudgun is being accused of stealing his mother Mrs. Potato's handbag, Richie and Eddie heads down to the Lamb and ... See full summary »

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Ed Bye
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Adrian Edmondson ... Eddie
Rik Mayall ... Richie
Robert Ashe ... Ralph Maxwell
Rory Bremner Rory Bremner ... Mr Brough (voice)
Lee Cornes Lee Cornes ... Dick Head
Brian Croucher Brian Croucher ... Ted Nugent
Andy de la Tour ... Chief Inspector Grobbelaar (as Andy De La Tour)
Roy Heather ... Mr Man
Chris Langham ... Tight-Mouthed Larry
Robert Llewellyn ... Mr N. Stiles
Robert McKewley Robert McKewley ... P. C. Cholmondley-Smythe
Steven O'Donnell ... Spudgun
Patsy Rowlands ... Lil Potato
Christopher Ryan ... Dave Hedgehog
Julia Sawalha ... Veronica Head
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Storyline

After taking part in a identity parade at the local police station where Spudgun is being accused of stealing his mother Mrs. Potato's handbag, Richie and Eddie heads down to the Lamb and Flag pub where Richie gets into a argument with a one-legged Falklands war veteran, by pretending he also fought in the Falklands war and Richie and Eddie places a bet on a horse Sad Ken in a horse-race and gets the money from antiques dealer Ted in exchange for the one-legged Falklands war veteran's false leg. Written by Daniel Williamson

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 October 1992 (UK) See more »

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Color
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Trivia

Brian Croucher (Ted Nugent) appeared in Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson's earlier sitcoms "The Young Ones" and "Filthy, Rich and Catflap". As a bank robber in "The Young Ones" Sick (#2.5) and Summer Holiday(#2.6) and as the Landlord in "Filthy, Rich and Catflap" (#1.4). See more »

Goofs

PC Cholmondley-Smythe wears chevrons which denotes the rank of Sergeant, not PC (Police Constable). See more »

Quotes

[Drunken man enters the bar, singing, he trips, and falls down]
Richie: That's Tight-mouthed Larry, the bookmaker!
[Larry is heard vomiting on the floor]
Eddie: He's not very tight-mouthed today, is he?
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References Saturday Night Fever (1977) See more »

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Another Excellent Episode
28 December 2014 | by slightlymad22See all my reviews

My DVD is not showing these episodes in the order listed here, so for me, this was the third excellent episode in a row.

Plot In A Paragraph: After taking part in a identity parade at the local police station where Spudgun is being accused of stealing his mother Mrs. Potato's handbag, Richie and Eddie heads down to the Lamb and Flag pub where Richie gets into a argument with a one-legged Falklands war veteran, by pretending he also fought in the Falklands war and Richie and Eddie places a bet on a horse Sad Ken in a horse-race and gets the money from antiques dealer Ted in exchange for the one-legged Falklands war veteran's false leg. Obviously the veteran knows nothing of this, as Richie and Eddie took it when he was passed out drunk.

In a side note Julia Sawalha looks great in her role as Veronica Head, the new barmaid.


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