Little Britain, Series 3Closed Captioning
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Series 3 of the ultimate catchphrase comedy sees the welcome return of some favourite characters including Lou and Andy, Marjorie and the Fat Fighters club, Michael and Sebastian, and teenage delinquent Vicky Pollard. Some very interesting new faces are also introduced, such as Dudley, who buys a mail order bride from Thailand. Meanwhile pampered, obese freeloader Bubbles meets her match in a new character called Desiree.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1||Mrs Emery’s inability to control her bodily functions in the local supermarket results in a nasty wet patch in the frozen foods section, and politician Sir Norman Fry’s ill-advised trip to King’s Cross ends with a rather awkward press conference. Elsewhere, Anne fulfils her dream to appear on Stars In Their Eyes; Dafydd’s new career as a rent boy is proving to be a real hit down the local mine; and Vicky shows off her dancing skills on the estate as she and her gang prove once and for all that they are “well the best dancers”.||28:18||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2||Sebastian serenades the PM with a moving rendition of Christina Aguilera’s Beautiful in the Commons, and Lou gets through to Richard and Judy's You Play, We Pay. His delight is short-lived as it becomes clear that Andy hasn’t quite grasped the rules of the game. And college secretary Linda Flynn describes a female student as "Magnum PI" - referring to an unfortunate facial hair problem - whilst the student under discussion is within earshot.||28:16||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3||Sir Norman Fry is giving a press conference regarding an unfortunate misunderstanding in the toilets on Hampstead Heath; Orville is being harassed in his local supermarket about the whereabouts of Keith Harris; and the newest member of Fat Fighters has Marjorie Dawes seeing stars - EastEnder Derek Martin.||28:26||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4||A new resident arrives at the Mike McShane estate - Ting Tong’s mother. Needless to say, Dudley's not too happy about the newest addition to the household, particularly when he learns that she's not planning to leave any time soon. Down on Larchwood Close, Neighbourhood Watch leader Sid Pegg calls an urgent meeting following the arrival of a caravan in the area and, over at the Hill Grange Health Spa, Bubbles learns the reason why Roman left her for Desiree.||28:45||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 5||Vicky Pollard is displaying her woeful childminding skills in her new career as a babysitter. Sid Pegg is up in arms about the defacing of the Larchwood Close street sign. And, in Mr Man’s fancy dress shop, Mr Mann is trying on a post-Mary Whitehouse Experience David Baddiel costume. The likeness is so striking, one could be mistaken for thinking he was the real thing!||28:18||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 6||Florence has to decide whether or not to hang up her crinolines. And Carol’s computer has to decide whether or not to say no to a customer hoping to go on a round-the-world cruise. Elsewhere, Marjorie learns that sorry really is the hardest word; Mrs Emery visits her local GP complaining of knee trouble; and Linda’s students are revolting. If the truth be told, she couldn’t agree more...||29:11||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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This is a perfect show for an iPod - scetches mean you don't have to watch it all at once.
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Little Britain is one of the funniest and best British comedy shows to date! Matt Lucas and David Walliams do a brilliant job of "poking fun" at the British public. My favourite sketches are Marjorie Dawes, Vicky Pollard and Lou & Andy. There are some hilarious moments in Series 3, but unfortunately there are some sketches that are a little predictable and some sketches won't be humorous to some people. The price? Not bad. £10 for the whole series is good, but £8 would be more reasonable IMO. I hope iTunes adds Series 1 and 2 in the future; any fan of the show should download one or two episodes - Classic British humour to watch anywhere you go!