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Nanageddon 

Vince and Howard attempt to impress some goth girls by stealing and using Naboo's dark spells book. They raise one of the most horrid of demons, Nanatoo, and it's up to them to make things right before she ransacks the city.

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Paul King
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Julian Barratt ... Howard Moon / Dennis
Noel Fielding ... Vince Noir / The Moon / Tony Harrison
Michael Fielding ... Naboo
Dave Brown ... Bollo / Victim
Rich Fulcher ... Bingo Announcer
Richard Ayoade ... Saboo
Siobhan Coughlan Siobhan Coughlan ... (as Siobhan Coughlin)
Sue Denim Sue Denim ... Ebola
Kelly Dent Kelly Dent
Dee Plume Dee Plume ... Anthrax (as Dee Gaitskell)
Margaret John ... Nanatoo
Jeanne Mockford ... Old Lady (as Jean Mockford)
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Vince and Howard attempt to impress some goth girls by stealing and using Naboo's dark spells book. They raise one of the most horrid of demons, Nanatoo, and it's up to them to make things right before she ransacks the city.

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Release Date:

9 August 2005 (UK) See more »

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(DVD)
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Trivia

There really is an Occult text called "The Book of the Law". See more »

Quotes

Vince Noir: [referring to Nanatoo] I was getting quite a good vibe off her, actually.
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Connections

Featured in The Mighty Boosh: The Making of Series 2 (2006) See more »

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Nanageddon
Written by Julian Barratt
Performed by Julian Barratt & Noel Fielding
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One of the best
31 January 2008 | by OtobokeSee all my reviews

I really enjoyed this episode and although it did have a few low points here and there, it's still one of the best from Boosh that I've seen to date. The writing and overall style of the show has now completely evolved into something coherent and interesting. Before now the guys seemed to be throwing around ideas, experimenting with this and that, which worked some times and at others didn't. With the opening couple of shows of series two however it's clear that they have found a distinct style that not only capture's the brilliance of the first season, but allows the progression and creativity that the show thrives on at the same time.

This episode in particular features one of the best plots of the series for me, allowing room for lots of great gags both physical and verbal. I especially loved seeing Howard dressed up as a goth and describing his toilet habits with the girls. The whole evil granny idea (although a little cliché) worked quite well too, but I didn't feel it added much on it's own to the episode other than opening up some great moments with the guys. The episode's song was also brilliant and fit it well, sticking to that same brilliant Boosh formula yet still being distinct from past creations.

So definitely one of my favourites from the series thus far, I just hope they can keep up the pace!


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