- Sketch Show
- 7 (1 series)
- Al Murray
- Al Murray, Simon Brodkin, Duncan Bannatyne, Jenny Eclair, Laura Solon, Katy Wix, Kim Wall, Sadie Hasler and Colin Hoult
- Al Murray, Simon Brodkin, Mark Augustyn, John Camm, Chris England, Paul Hawksbee, Will McLean, Daniel Maier and others
- Ben Kellett
- Richard Grocock, Richard Allen-Turner and Jon Thoday
In Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder, the comic showcases brand new characters for the first time since creating The Pub Landlord in 1994.
Peppered with guest appearances from the likes of John Barrowman, Duncan Bannatyne and Peter Davison, Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder introduces a whole host of new comic creations, including:
Prurient Dad - Peter Taylor, the embarrassing West Country dad, who "luuuuuuurrrves seeeeex!" And doesn't mind who knows it.
Barrington Blowtorch - the silver-tongued Victorian gentleman thief who can always talk his way out of a sticky situation.
Horst Schwull - Hitler's most trusted aide, who's just a little on the 'kamp' side...
The Radio Ad Couple - a husband-and-wife team who voice radio commercials and never, ever turn off the adspeak.
Gary Parsley - the outrageous, over-demanding piano-playing 70s rock star who has let fame go right to his head.
Intolerant Vicar - the Scottish clergyman who likes to keep things traditional. Apart from his temper.
Roger Dennis - the airline pilot who always gives his passengers a little too much information over the tannoy...
The Celeb News Tramps - a pair of homeless chaps who chat about what they glean from the newspapers they sleep under.
Big Baby - Big Business. Big Boardroom. Big Baby. Big Tantrums.
Gay Best Friend - not your typical Gay Best Friend, Gaz likes beer, heavy metal, and er, women...
Mobile Phone Shop Assistants - a shining example of the best customer service the UK has to offer. Not.
Jason Bent - the Premiership footballer who's always ready with a memorable soundbite after the match.
Lee Nelson - philosophy for the modern age, according to a misguided cheeky chav from Bermondsey.
Duncan's Den - entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne is looking to invest one million pounds in a new business venture. Unfortunately, desperate divorcee Carole Price is pitching most of the ideas...