Series 2, Episode 4
Tonight, Omid's characters include Giggles Levine, an entertainer for Starrylight Cruises with an unexpectedly offensive act, and intrepid TV reporter Clive Wallace, who poses as a radical Anglican to go undercover just outside Chelmsford.
Polish plumber Andrejz returns to give assistance to another satisfied customer as, fortified by his usual cup of tea with eight sugars, he fixes not only a radiator but a husband in a coma. "In Poland, I am a leading neuro-pathologist but, here, pay as plumber much better," he explains.
Omid's unique portrayal of Henry VIII continues as the smooth-talking Tudor agrees to a blind date with prospective suitor Ann of Cleaves. "The paintbrush never lies," Cromwell says, showing Henry a small portrait. But it clearly does ...
Look Eastwards' Gordon Farahani is also on hand to promote some more television gold from the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia's Got Talent - where a ventriloquist in a burka gets three instant crosses from the judges. Omid's stand-up routine takes in Prince Charles, Barack Obama and Papua New Guinea.
- Monday 11th May 2009
- BBC One
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew