Vic & Bob's Afternoon Delights
Vic & Bob's Afternoon Delights was an online sketch show sponsored by Foster's lager. Madcap duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer perform in a series of 20 original sketches. Each sketch focuses on a different set of characters - there's an infamous plastic surgeon, ghost hunters, and more...
Being mainly improvised, Vic & Bob's Afternoon Delights a mixed bag of comedy content, but do watch out for the Dr Shakamo and Glassblowers sketches.
As you watch the videos keep an eye on Vic & Bob, as in some of the sketches they struggle to maintain composure and start corpsing - which is quite fun to see.
Episode 20 - More Charitable Peter
Vic meets up with Charitable Peter again...
Episode 19 - More Rock 'n' Rollers
The Rock 'n' Rollers are on a picnic...
Episode 18 - Singalongsong: Pancake Day
Vic and Bob sing a song... not exactly in-tune...
Episode 17 - Behind the Scenes at Dr. Who 2
We go behind-the-scenes on Dr Who again with two extras...
Episode 16 - Bob meets George Clooney
Bob interviews a fan of butterscotch...
Episode 15 - A Bit More Rock 'N' Rollers
The Rock 'n' Rollers are back...
Episode 14 - The Photo Shoot
A short film observing the work of award-winning advertising photographer Eugene Sage...
Episode 13 - More Mostly Unhaunted
Vic and Bob return to the haunted toilets...
Episode 12 - Another Shakamoto Investigation
We meet Dr Shakamoto again...
Episode 11 - Singalongsong: Gas Incident
A song about a gas bill...
Episode 10 - Behind The Scenes At Dr Who
Two extras talk behind-the-scenes on Dr Who...
Episode 9 - Father & Son
This one is pretty surreal...
Episode 8 - The Rock 'n' Rollers
Eddie and Rick try to flog their exclusive range of 1950's tat...
Episode 7 - Bob Meets Freddie
Vic shows Bob his Freddie Mercury impression...
Episode 6 - UFO Lovers
Two men argue over the UFO they saw...
Episode 5 - The Glassblowers
Chris and Nick talk about how they met and found love through their unique hobby...
Episode 4 - Mostly Un-haunted
Vic & Bob turn ghost hunters and make stuff up on the spot...
Episode 3 - Charity Peter
Meet Charity Peter...
Episode 2 - The Shakamoto Investigation
Infamous plastic surgeon Dr Shakamoto is confronted at last...
Episode 1 - The Free Runners
We meet championship urban runners Mick and Ronco on their home turf as they practice for the Euros...
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