Series 2, Episode 5 - Anarchy in Royston Vasey
The awful ordeal at the Job Centre continues. Pauline is holding Ross hostage but no one has noticed. All Mickey wants is a tuna sandwich. Or a fire engine!
Faded Seventies rocker Les McQueen discovers his old band, Creme Brulee (Eurovision contenders, don't you know), have reunited... but without him. Lead singer Tony Cluedo doesn't hesitate to take Les's savings, but fails to live up to his promise of welcoming Les back into the band with open arms.
Edward and Tubbs venture down from the shop to the supermarket. But this is no ordinary shopping trip - they are shopping for a no-tail (wife) for David.
Maurice arrives at the butchers shop, panicking about health inspections. What exactly is the nosebleed epidemic sweeping Royston Vasey? And why are Maurice's wife's sandwiches at the booth suddenly a must-have snack?
- Friday 11th February 2000
- BBC Two
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Steve Pemberton||Uncle Harvey|
|Mark Gatiss||Auntie Val|
|Mark Gatiss||Les McQueen|
|Steve Pemberton||Herr Lipp|
|Mark Gatiss||Hilary Briss|
|Reece Shearsmith||Sam Chignell|
|Steve Pemberton||Maurice Evans|
|Steve Pemberton||Barbara Dixon (Voice)|
|Johnny Leeze||Inspector Cox|
|Blake Ritson||Justin Smart|
|Helen Lambert||Eunice Evans|
|John R. Thompson||Butler|
|Ted Robbins||Tony Cluedo|
|Steve Pemberton||Bob Chagnall|
|Reece Shearsmith||Chris Frost|
|Mark Gatiss||Lotte Lipp|
|Reece Shearsmith||Patch Lafeyette|
|Jon Plowman||Executive Producer|
|Sarah Kane||Production Designer|
|Ruth Winn||Production Designer|
|Grenville Horner||Production Designer|