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The Catherine Tate Show

BBC Two sketch show. 21 episodes (3 series), 2004 - 2009. Stars Catherine Tate, Mathew Horne, Niky Wardley, Angela McHale, Bruce Mackinnon, Jonathan McGuinness, Ella Kenion and others.

Series 1, Episode 3 is repeated on W tomorrow at 11pm.

Series 1, Episode 4

Paul and Sam discover that their geography is a bit rusty, Nan is excited about Meals On Wheels and Carole is annoyed by vegetarians, mime artists and windscreen washers.

Further details

Paul and Sam wonder where Shelley has gone, because they haven't seen her today. Sam's friend, Jackie, says she's gone on holiday to Zimbabwe. They don't know where Zimbabwe is.

The backhander woman (Carole) is in the back of a minicab. A windscreen washer approaches as they pull up at some lights. He starts to put soap on the screen. The taxi drives tells him that it's already washed and asks him to go away. He walks off, leaving soap all over windscreen. Carole tells the cab driver what he could do to stop them washing his car against his will.

Bunty is sitting alone in a pub, wearing her majorette's hat and waiting for Geoff. He informs her that she is not on the front row this year. Geoff tells her that it's time to leave the Doncaster Spinners. As she leaves the pub, she puts a song (All By Myself) on the jukebox.

Paul and Sam are talking about their day at work. Sam doesn't want to tell Paul what happened, because "he'll die". She says that she wanted to make a cup of tea in the morning and she accidentally plugged in the cafeti

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 8th March 2004
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

  1. Monday 25th June 2018 at 11:40pm on W
  2. Tuesday 26th June 2018 at 11:00pm on W

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