Harry & Paul, Series 4
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The kings of the bang-on-the-nail sketch are back with a blast as the inspired characters and spot-on spoofs just keep on coming – but don’t fret, the old favourites are all here too… This series welcomes the incomprehensible Horse Trainers, the hard-bitten American Cops, the overlooked but jolly Minor Royals (featuring Victoria Wood), the gossipy 50s Typists (featuring Kevin Eldon), the bizarrely threatening Portuguese Curse Lady and the Everything’s Better in Scotland bloke. Of course, their affectionate but wicked satire reappears in gems such as When Life Was Simpler, remembering a time before such inconveniences as holding a driving license or having to remember the name of your wife, and in fabulous spoofs of the likes of Question Time, The King’s Speech and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. And, there’s still a place for some brilliant old faces as The Surgeons, I Saw You Coming, Is He a Quare? and the Dragons’ Den.
|1||VideoEpisode 1||Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse return in their double BAFTA award-winning sketch show. Introducing new characters the American Cops, the Horse Trainers, the Minor Royals (with Victoria Wood), the 50s typists (with Kevin Eldon) and the Portuguese Curse Lady. There are spoofs of Question Time, The Killing and Strangers on a Train. Plus, Marcus relocates his ‘I Saw You Coming’ shop to a music festival, and in the Dragons Den Ken and Bryan have the solution to all the world’s problems.||27:12||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode 2||Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse introduce the second episode of their new series as the stars of a film by Mike Leigh. The Minor Royals are confused by a homeless man and in ‘When Life Was Simpler’ the chaps plan a simple trip to the North Pole. We meet a couple who live their lives entirely through DVD box sets, and the world’s most inept work experience kid. France’s favourite unfunny comedians, Jonny & Bing, return to advertise more cars and we learn why Everything’s Better in Scotland.||28:00||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse play golf and contemplate a whole new vision of Britain. Meanwhile, the Surgeons return to their youth as members of the Cambridge Footlights, the American Cops get arrested, Marcus meets his match in his ‘I Saw You Coming’ shop, the Portuguese Curse Lady makes a steamroller-based threat, and we discover how a man found a wife back When Life Was Simpler. There are also very surprising versions of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and Who Wants To Be a Millionaire.||27:22||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||Harry and Enfield and Paul Whitehouse introduce the episode in the style of a Ricky Gervais TV series. The 1930s Movie Original of ‘The King’s Speech’ is unearthed along with the ‘On The Buses’ team’s version of TV drama Sherlock. American car dealers Bob & Bob have some insane deals to promote, Marcus has opened an ‘I Saw You Coming’ artisan bakery, and the Silly Old Drunken Thing returns, pulling off a revolutionary prank under the influence of some very good champagne.||26:22||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||In the final episode of Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse’s BAFTA-winning sketch show, Ken & Bryan have an acrimonious split in the Dragon’s Den, we meet the Surgeons’ 19th century ancestors, and Parking Pataweyo’s friends join his mission to issue well-deserved parking fines. We discover the 1940s Movie Original of ‘The Hangover’, and we learn how one bought a television or a car when Life Was Simpler.||26:56||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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No episode 6!!!!
There are 6 episodes in this series, not 5 as suggested here. Whole episode missing! Rip off, do not buy!!!