November 13, 1979
Skits on the Russian army; trade unions; credit cards; overweight people; the rail system.
November 6, 1979
An appeal for funds by the BBC; the Presidential campaign of a dolphin; terrorists who demand a movie for their getaway plane.
October 30, 1979
Skits on the Nativity, and an Islamic diet clinic. Also: teen-agers discuss why "Church Is Where the Action Is."
October 23, 1979
Comedy includes a day in the life of the Pope's stuntman.
October 16, 1979
Skits on the qualifications required for an executive; and an auction during which hospital patients bid for a bed.
Skits include spoofs of the Royal Family, John McEnroe, and Queen Elizabeth trying her hand at bullfighting.
A spoof of a religious program; a skit about sperm banks. Also: two doctors accidentally sew a nurse into a patient during surgery.
A video game that enables people to alter real events; a scientist and his talking gorilla.
A divorce ceremony; a man who worships the Duke of Ettenborough.
Comedy includes a lawyer who studied law by reading "The Perry Mason Books for Boys."
Skits include Prince Charles touring India---and doing a little Christmas shopping as well. Also: a review of sexism on television.
A satirical look at nuclear war includes a theme song and tips on how to spend the last days on earth.
Skits include a "Silly Trousers Tournament"; unemployed African antelopes; news reports from motorcycle riders.
A spoof of "Candid Camera"; a skit on the customs of exotic places.
Skits include the trial of the Gang of Four in Peking; a Presidential press conference.
Comedy: coverage of the 1980 Presidential election, featuring interviews with the Three Ronnies (Corbett, Barker and Reagan).
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