There's all-new material in this special, celebrating 50 years of BBC Two. Favourite characters return from the original series, including how you can tell Sherlock Holmes comes from India; some very competitive Grandmothers; a bit of politics with the Kapoors (pronounced "Cooper"); and a surprisingly high-tech use for an aubergine.
Plus, there's some unusually hard-hitting legal advice; a very scary nanny; and the heart-breaking denoument of black-and-white movie classic Madrasablanca.
Mr "Everything Comes From India" - Sherlock
The Competitive Mothers - Grandchildren
"Cheque please" - Fine wine
Scary Poppat trailer
Britishness (Class sketch spoof)
Lawyer Injuries 4U
The Coopers and Robinsons - Chigwell East Parliamentary Candidates Interviews
"Cheque please" - Change one thing
Mrs "I Can Make It At Home" - iPad
Guru Mahareshi Yogi - Webcast
Delhi Mail meeting
"Cheque please" - Exfoliation
No Blurred Lines
- Monday 26th May 2014
- BBC Two
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Dave Lamb||Ensemble Actor|
|Amara Karan||Ensemble Actor|
|Nikita Mehta||Ensemble Actor|
|Aaran Mitra||Ensemble Actor|
|Jon Plowman||Executive Producer|
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