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The plants should be set about the middle of July, preferably just before a rain.(Channel 4, 1999 -) are feminine, rather than feminist.This BBC comedy skit show is the brainchild of longtime comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.Each episode would feature satire on British life, television, and parodies on big box ...It was notable for the main cast being entirely female, the male characters and performers usually only having bit parts.The comedy style is surreal and often nonsensical, with quick, rapid-fire skits that tend to feature otherwise normal, everyday situations with one really off-the-wall element inserted and taking up most of the focus — such as a boss who tells off her employees in silly voices, an otherwise shy woman having dozens of nude paintings of herself in her living room and asking guests not to look at the paintings, a wife keeping her husband awake, first by hogging the covers and then by playing the drums in her sleep.
is a British Sketch Comedy show that aired on Channel 4 from 1999 to 2003 (3 seasons comprised of 7 episodes each, with 2 Christmas specials) and starred comedians Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips, with regular appearances from Sarah Alexander, Cavan Clerkin, Darren Boyd and James Lance.
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Among the show's regular themes were unsuccessful relationships, competition in the workplace and latent lesbianism, but sketches would also dip into the surreal; such as two women jumping from their car as they neared a parking space, and brushing in front of the path of their car to help it move further forward, as in curling.
The nightingales in Havering-at-the-Bower Sang out their loves so loud, that Edward"s prayers Were deafen"d and he pray"d them dumb, and thus I dumb thee too, my wingless nightingale! There was not the slightest possibility of distinguishing any tune on the thing.