The Catherine Tate Show, Series 3
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Catherine Tate, winner of the 2004 British Comedy Award for Best Comedy Newcomer, returns with her popular sketch show featuring an extraordinary gallery of comic characters. From 'Am I bovvered?' teenage nightmare Lauren to the seemingly pleasant 'Cockney Nan' who just happens to be a foul-mouthed racist, this brilliantly observed series takes characters from everyday life, parodied to the extreme as the talented actress morphs through ages, accents and wigs. This new series introduces a brand new set of characters. Plus, all her old favourites are back in force, cementing Catherine Tate's position as one of Britain's hottest comic talents.
|1||VideoEpisode 1||Kathleen is delighted when her son reveals he is gay and insists on showing him her new skirt. Geordie Georgie is doing a fun run dressed as a bottle of Cinzano for all the little battered husbands of Gateshead. After claiming to speak seven languages, Helen Marsh translates at an international summit. And the Aga Saga Woman attends her children’s sports day.||27:08||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode 2||Thames Valley policeman Sam Speed is hit by a car and wakes up in a terrifying black and white world of 1951, where he is taken in by landlady Ma Willow. Ratty old Nan has to deal with a rat in her house and EastEnders actress Natalie Cassidy guest-stars as Kelly, a cheerleader after Lauren’s boyfriend, Ryan.||28:18||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||Derek Faye meets Bonnie Langford, guest starring as herself. Lauren receives a proposal and Nan has a new neighbour from upstairs. Bernie’s brothers and sisters from Ireland are over on a visit. Brenda, Bridie, Seamus and Paddy are all identical to Bernie and even more over the top, causing havoc at the hospital. Other guest stars are Lynn Ferguson as Pam, and Rebecca Front as the Documentry Narrator.||28:43||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||Lauren causes trouble in her science class. The Aga Saga Woman and her children are terrified when a lowly mechanic brings over a courtesy car whilst her Land Rover is being repaired and the protest group Gingers for Justice and their leader Sandra take to the rooftops.||28:10||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||The Aga Saga Woman is terrified when she takes a wrong turn into Tottenham. Lauren refuses to speak French for an oral exam. Geordie Georgie’s latest money-raising venture is to drum up support for all the little folk in the North-East who suffer from sex addiction. After a day out in London’s West End to see Billy Elliot: The Musical, Nan appears on tea-time television in The Paul O’Grady Show.||28:04||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoEpisode 6||The ultra-snobby Aga Saga Woman has a disaster with yoghurt. Derek goes for a massage and is offered more than a back rub. Georgie does another fund raiser – for dwarves. Janice and Ray talk about a sandwich with no bread. Nan's sister June (Sheila Hancock) comes over from Spain. It’s Lauren’s big wedding day, but it’s ruined when she serenades Ryan with 'My Heart Will Go On'.||27:31||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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One of the funniset female comedians on TV. Catherine Tate is a genius and she makes me laugh eveytime i watch her. I have all the 3 Series on DVD and i watch them all the time and i don't get bored of them. And congratulation to iTunes for doing fair pricing (for once). Best caracters are the foul-mouth Gran, Lauren "Am I Bovvered!", Derek "who dear, me dear, gay dear, no dear!" and Bernie
DON't BUY IF YOU HAVE A IPOD CLASSIC COS IT WON'T LET YOU PUT IT ON YOUR I-POD.
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Catherine tate is brilliant, i bought two episodes an enjoyed.I am also glad there is more choice on t.v programs.I want the simpsons and films us british need films!!!!