Series 2, Episode 6
Dr Tia in Botswana reveals he isn't looking to change the culture of a continent, but just wants to earn the people's reverence.
We also discover the origins of job interviews when a new caveman wants to join the tribe; the Second World War pilots eye up two 'buff' women in uniform; Dr Dennis Lincoln-Park is in the Dutch university town of Leighton with a rare and precious tulip; Weird Howard joins in on stag-do stories and relays a practical joke he played on a friend involving potassium hydrochloride from a Russian website; and Jilted Jim pops up from the bottom of the Jacuzzi, where he's been for four minutes trying to starve his brain of oxygen in a desperate attempt to forget the memory of his wife's fling.
A group of workers are also about to tap into the terrorist Firewall when their boss comes up with a solution and introduces a masseur for "wellness in the workplace".
- Friday 27th November 2009
- BBC One
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|David Armand||Ensemble Actor|
|Jim Howick||Ensemble Actor|
|Katherine Jakeways||Ensemble Actor|
|Lucy Montgomery||Ensemble Actor|
|Dan Skinner||Ensemble Actor|
|Martha Howe-Douglas||Ensemble Actor|
|Jessica Ransom||Ensemble Actor|
|Geoffrey McGivern||Ensemble Actor|
|Rhashan Stone||Ensemble Actor|
|Jeremy Dyson||Script Editor|
|Alexander Armstrong||Executive Producer|
|Ben Miller||Executive Producer|
|Helen Williams||Executive Producer|
The first ever job interview.
Brabbins and Fyffe have a queer little song to sing.