Tittybangbang - The Complete Second Series
Tittybangbang's roster of comedy talent, led by Lucy Montgomery and Debbie Chazen, returns for a second seven-part series that includes a special, festive episode - Chrissytittybangbang.
This outrageous collection of characters includes returning favourites like the Italian Cleaning Lady ("Don't look at me, I'm shy!"), the over-indulging queen of cosmetic surgery - Maxine "It's just a little bit of seepage" Bendix and Paula the Twitching Darter ("Right there!").
Frustrated bachelor Don Peacock receives a very special guest in his grim bedsit, the Harrogate Ladies leave the comfort of their dining room for a camping holiday and Pete Wade gets a new job. There are also return appearances from Carol, her model daughter Leslie-Marie and newly-acquired fianc? Dennis; Trina and Jean, the combative stately home stewards; and Melanie, Nathalie and Colleen who have turned their attention towards television and bring you a running patios TV commentary.
These well-known faces are joined by brand-new comedy creations: look out for Veronica Cooper, a horsey blonde cantering through the countryside with posh best friend Christina, sharing their favourite outdoor pursuit; Jackie and her exceptionally gullible mate Nikki; Barnsley's first Vampire Slayers and some very Salty Tales from a storm-blasted village in Scotland. Tom Cruise, the world-famous movie megastar also makes an appearance, sampling the traditional delights of England as he tours the country.
First released: Sunday 30th March 2008
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