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A Bear's Tail 

A sitcom from the creators of Channel 4 comedy "Bo' Selecta!" written by and starring Leigh Francis. Everyone's favourite talking bear learns to live with his new sitcom family, The ... See full summary »
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Karen Hayley Karen Hayley ...  Kitty 6 episodes, 2005
Patsy Kensit ...  Helen Hennerson 6 episodes, 2005

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A sitcom from the creators of Channel 4 comedy "Bo' Selecta!" written by and starring Leigh Francis. Everyone's favourite talking bear learns to live with his new sitcom family, The Hennersons. As well as cast and celebrity cameo appearances, Leigh Francis brings to life a host of new characters, including nosey neighbour Sue Dales - a Scottish transsexual living with fellow transsexual Dave McCall - Keith Lemon, entrepreneur and lady's man, and Asian film nerd Corey Haim.

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Universal Pictures UK reportedly paid a record-breaking £1 million for the DVD rights to the show before it had even aired. See more »

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Jimmy Carr: [Jimmy is getting blushed with make-up and sees he's on television. He pushes crew out the way from the screen] Er, fuck off! Hello. I think you'll find, I'm Jimmy Carr and welcome to 100 Greatest..... Condiments. And at 100, one of my favourites, Piccalilly. Fucking Piccalilly?..
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Spun-off from Bo' Selecta! (2002) See more »

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Comedy gold
2 August 2005 | by MisterJugginsSee all my reviews

I didn't watch Bo Selecta! so didn't have time to get tired of Leigh Francis before watching this show. It seems to have got negative reviews everywhere, but I think it's by far the funniest show on television. In some ways reminiscent of shows like Sean Hughes's 'Sean's Show' or Garry Shandling's 'It's The Garry Shandling Show', it pushes the conventions of television comedy to breaking point, while remaining hysterically funny. It is impossible to summarize this programme without seeming gratuitously obscene, so I won't bother highlighting the best moments, but if you have a childish sense of humour and enjoy truly anarchic television, this is for you.


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8 July 2005 (UK) See more »

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Bellyache Productions See more »
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16 : 9
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