Peter andre dating polly
Portrayed by: David Walliams Appearances: Series 1 episode 7 Catchphrase: "It was just (near a certain location) that my wife Eileen first (did something of a sexual nature)" Len Boothe appears in just one episode of Series 1.He works as the voice-over man on tours of his hometown of Pove. the blacksmiths, the church, the 'Hanging Judge' pub, or the Roman bridge), he tells the people a little bit about the place, and then also says something about what his wife Eileen (they've been married at least 32 years, and the details become more vulgar as the tour proceeds) did to him there: In Series 1 Deleted Scenes, Len is still working on the bus tours; however, he has a French woman on the bus (presumably Matt Lucas), who keeps needing to sit down when she and her husband get off the bus.However, it becomes clear that the two are actually too timid to rob the bank properly, with the one played by Lucas getting only a handful of desk pens and the one played by Walliams a desk marker saying "Position closed" on the second attempt, rather than money.Played by: David Walliams Appearances: Starting in Series 2 Catchphrase: "Computer says no....
In a deleted scene, she lives in a small village called "Slut"." Anne is a patient at the Steven Spielberg Hospital in Little Bentcock, where she is being trained for integration into society. Anne has worked at a library (where she earns £5 but then, much to the doctor's surprise intentionally drops the money into a drain), at a bowling alley and as a pianist in a restaurant; she takes a keen interest in amateur dramatics and home decoration.She is severely mentally challenged, except when answering calls to her mobile phone, when she converses in a completely coherent and polite manner. Her character is similar to that of Mr Doggy's owner.Played by: David Walliams and Matt Lucas Appearance: Little Britain USA The bank robbers make an appearance in Little Britain USA.The two appear to be very skillful bank robbers, having a quick and simple manner of robbing a bank, with one going in and demanding money while the other drives the getaway vehicle, and a very secluded hideout.
When approached with a reasonable request, such as opening a bank account, a holiday to America or making an appointment, she will type the information into her computer.