Little Britain: Series 2

Narrated by Tom Baker

Little Britain takes a look at life in Britain today by following the fortunes of some extraordinary folk.

Meet Emily Howard the rubbish transvestite; West Country delinquent Vicky Pollard, and Marjorie Dawes the terrifying group leader of FatFighters. There’s also Daffyd, the only gay man in his village – and who wants to keep it that way – as well as the multi-talented actor, singer and composer Dennis `Minder’ Waterman.

Episode guide

Episode 1

Vicky Pollard stealing Pic’n’Mix sweets. • Emily and Florence cycle and stop off at a tea shop. • Bubbles is followed around the health spa by the manager, who wants to know when she is going to pay her bill. • Andy watches “The Price is Right” Lou hears “Andy Pipkin, come on down!”. • Judy and Maggie start to judge the homemade jams on hearing that it was made by a lady who ran off with a school mistress throws it back up. • Daffyd comes out to his parents. • Marjorie Dawes gets a Visit from Vanessa Feltz. • Mr Man enters Roy’s dating agency, and requests a woman with the name of Linda Williams • Lou and Andy take a stroll in the park, where a group of teenagers taunt them.

Episode 2

Emily and Florance try to buy wedding dresses. • Sebastian pulls faces at the US President’s aide. • Bubbles spends a little too long on the UV bed. • Lou takes Andy to meet his new Polish girlfriend Annia. • Linda is helps Joanna Harding get an extension on her essay. • Ann is working at a TenPin Bowling arena. • Marjorie is disgusted that Paul and Pat have started going out together. • Daffyd opens a Gay and Lesbian stall at the village fete. • Linda helps Kenneth Lou get the rest of the week off. • Harvey and Jane’s parents meet for the first time at a public restaurant. • At the bank a boy wants to open a Junior account. • Vicky Pollard’s in the park, hitting on Bethany’s boyfriend • Dennis Waterman is given a role as Captain Birdseye. • Linda once again insults a student – this time it’s a dwarf. • Mr Mann goes into Roys video shop. • Maggie samples a volevont made from a recipe by Ainsley Harriot. • Finally Lou takes Andy to the countryside.

Episode 3

Vicky’s determined to get herself thrown off a bus. • Lou takes Andy to an ice skating rink. • Viv tries to give an accurate description of some robbers. • Where are they now? Mr T. is spotted in a gymnasium. • Emily can’t resist the temptation to join in on a children’s game of football. • Meera has won the lottery, Marjorie’s trying to be nice to her for a change. • A visit from the PM’s former aide sends Sebastian into a jealous frenzy. • Kenny Craig hypnotises his Mum into letting him watch ThunderCats. • Dr. Lawrance is showing Dr. Beagly how Anne likes to feed the ducks. • Mr. Mann pops into Roy’s card shop. • PCs Bryce and Rawlingson have some sad news to depart. • Dennis Waterman gets a guest appearance in Never Mind the Buzzcocks. • PCs Bryce and Rawlingson still have some sad news to depart. • Daffyd is shocked to discover his brother is gay. • Someone’s blocked Lou’s van in at a supermarket car park.

Episode 4

Vicky pretends she witnessed Jewellery robbery. • Judy and Maggie sample mince pies made by two homosexual members of the choir. • A newsagent puts a customer off buying a magazine. • At a restaurant in Throttle the posh gentleman orders posh menu items… and a Double Decker. • Emily and Florance go to the ballet. • Lou dresses Andy up as baby Jesus. • Dr. Lawrance has managed to get Ann a part in a play. • Marjorie takes her group to a restaurant for a Christmas meal. • Daffyd protests against the local library stating there aren’t any ‘gay’ books. • Back at the Throttle restaurant another order posh menu items…a Lion bar and a Pepperami. • The Prime Minister’s wants Sebastian to announce that his wife is pregnant. • At the bank a man and a women want a Mortgage. • Jane, Harvey and his family are discussing the wedding arrangements. • Kenny Craig damages another car in a car park. • Moanwheel back in a Throttle Restaurant the waiter is asked for a bag of Monster Munch and Um Bongo to drink. • Mr. Mann pops into Roy’s book shop. • Bubbles DeVere has a shoking way of paying for her spa treatment. • Andy manages to fall out of his wheelchair and into a tree.

Episode 5

Lou takes Andy Ten Pin Bowling. • Vicky barges tries to get into a Blazin’ Squad concert. • Emily and Florance have a go at playing Tennis. • A lady confesses, to a psychiatrist, she’s seeing someone behind her husband’s back. • Fat Fighters have brought out a range of low calorie treats. • A lady mistakes builders working on her house for dogs. • Viv Tudor has been requested to attend an identity parade. • The Prime Minister goes on Newsnight. • The gossip spreads quickly when a man confesses (in confidence) he’s started going to prostitutes… • Kenny Craig has spent the night with his girlfriend. • The posh gentleman orders more obscure items from the menu… and a buttered Yorkie. • Doug has some rather bizarre advice for his drug rehab class. • Dr Lawrence shows Dr. Beagley what a good artist Anne is. • Andrew Lloyd Webber wants Dennis to play the lead role in a play he’s written. • Carol is invited to a leaving party for one of her colleagues. • Daffyd is asked to be referee adoption papers for Rhiannon and Myfanwy. • Andy’s decided he wants Lou to take him to France.

Episode 6

Lou takes Andy on a blind date. • Vicky goes out with Jermaine and turns Jamaican. • Rachel shows Nicola a rather unusual Polaroid. • Harlem send Reverend Jesse King to take an Anglican church service. Hallelujah, Praise the lord! • Marjorie’s determined to ruin Paul and Pat’s engagement party. • Kenny Craig hypnotises his audience into believing they’re being entertained. • Daffyd finally realises there’s no one in Llandawi Breffi who isn’t gay. • Back at the Hypnotist show Kenny’s finished his book. • Rachel shows Nicola another strange Polaroid. • As Harvey and Jane get married, the part with the vows takes an unusual turn. • Dennis Waterman gets a part in Star Wars. • Bubbles hits on the owner of the Health Spa. • Mr Mann walks into a Roy’s record shop. • Rachel has another unusual Polaroid to show Nicola. • Judy and Maggie sample some Gingerbread men made by an Asian girl. • At No.10 The PM is celebrating another election victory. • Lou takes Andy to the popular coastal town of Sphincter-on-sea.

Making Little Britain Too

A behind the scenes look into the making of Little Britain. Matt Lucas and David Walliams are closely interviewed to find out how the various characters were created and the processes involved in getting them from their creatively bizarre brains to our screens.

Comic Relief Special

The Chief Admiral invites the Prime Minister to see one of the Navy’s ships to judge the condition of the defence forces, but Sebastian insinuates he has alteria motives. • “Munwheel in Throttle, a lunch order is being taken”. A posh gentlemen orders Hubba Bubba (bubblegum). • Whilst sitting on the toilet, Andy issues Lou with his toughest challange yet. He wants Lou to invite George Michael to his birthday dinner. Lou, true to character, honours his request, but will Andy be pleased? • Robbie Williams walks into what he thinks is a branch of Burton’s, quickly finding out it’s under new management, Robbie gets the Emily and Florance treatment. • The bank staff are arranging a fun run for Comic Relief, Carol checks with the computer to see if she’ll be involved. • Judy and Maggie attend a fete and sample some scones made by Baloo – an African lady. • Trisha – ‘Families Reunited’. Tempers run high as Vicky is reunited with her father Ken. • Dennis Waterman gets a part in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, of course all the music’s already written. • Daffyd turns reporter and asks Sir Elton John a series of very probing questions for The Llandewi Breffi Gazette. • Lou takes Andy to an athletics track to do some training for the fun run but is completely unaware that Andy is doing something far more spectacular behind his back…

Product Information

Release date: 10/10/2005
Format: DVD Pal
BBC product reference number: bbcdvd1675
Contains: 2 discs
Region: 2 (Europe, Japan, South Africa, Middle East (including Egypt)