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ITV2 sketch show. 11 episodes (1 series) in 2016. Stars Dane Baptiste, Natasia Demetriou, Rhys James, Bobby Mair, Lolly Adefope, John Kearns and Jamie Demetriou.

Series 1

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Thursday 17th March 2016

Brand new comedy series driven by the topics and events people have been talking about. Luke McQueen poses as a celebrity, Sarah Callaghan can't get out of her room, and John Kearns talks football in the gym.

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2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Thursday 24th March 2016

Tez Ilyas heads onto the streets of London to ask how to stop Islam; Lolly Adefope talks about racism in acting; and Natasia Demetriou has grand ambitions for the show.

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3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Thursday 31st March 2016

Bobby Mair discusses Boris Johnson, David Cameron and the EU referendum with the British public; the Birthday Girls spoof documentary presenter Stacey Dooley; and there's a trip to Comic Con.

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4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Thursday 7th April 2016

There's music in the show this week, from Brett Domino. Meanwhile, Jamie Demetriou is on the streets with his @elevenish audition; Lolly and Rhys compete over who's most cut off; and there's a modern woman's guide to dating.

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5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Thursday 14th April 2016

The team address having children; Rhys James addresses revelations about John Wittingdale; Lolly gives boyband member Tom Parker a lift in her car; and Jamie Demetriou holds street auditions for Britain's Got Talent. Sort of.

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6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Thursday 21st April 2016

With Rhys absent, Natasia takes over planning the show. Massive Dad take a look behind the scenes on Game Of Thrones' casting; Lolly and Natasia present a unique dance routine; Sarah Callaghan presents tips for a successful relationship; and there's Yoga with Relissa.

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7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Thursday 28th April 2016

Brett Domino sings about Benedict Cumberbatch; Cherry Innocence is joined by a fellow vlogger to discuss festival season; Bobby Mair talks to striking junior doctors; Ellie White gives her own take on The Thick Of It; and Jamie Demetriou interrogates the public about music outside St. Paul's Cathedral.

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8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Thursday 5th May 2016

Luke McQueen takes his imaginary Little Man out onto the streets; sketch group Daphne presents a twisted cooking show; Jenny Bede attacks tabloid journalism; Sam Simmons ventures to Birmingham; and it's Rhys's birthday.

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9. Episode Nine

First broadcast: Thursday 12th May 2016

Jamie Demetriou seeks out insults on the street; Jack Carroll pitches some new shows; Ivo Graham talks about Leicester City Football Club; and the team have their own take on YouTube pranksters.

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10. Episode Ten

First broadcast: Thursday 19th May 2016

It's the final episode of the series and all the gang are back in the writers' room. Phil Wang looks at BitCoin; Natasia jumps in the bath with Ollie Locke; Nish Kumar puts the case for his own candidacy as US President; and Bobby gets upset because he's not seen Dane's penis.

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Highlights Special: The Bestish Bits

First broadcast: Friday 27th May 2016

A compilation of some of the best moments from the topical comedy series featuring quickfire sketches and commentary. Written and performed by a cast of stand-up comedians, character comics and sketch groups.

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