Little Britain returns on BBC America
Little Britain Back in a Big Way
BBC America transports the inhabitants of Little Britain to the
Fresh from winning double honors at this year's BAFTAs (UK equivalent of the Emmys) Little Britain, written and performed by two UK's comics - Matt Lucas and David Walliams - is a voyage of discovery that turns the spotlight on all that is mad, bad, quirky and crazy about the people and places in Britain.
The character based comedy sketch show is populated by a bizarre set of misfits representing the frightening debris of modern British life. These include Daffyd who jealously guards his status as the only gay man in his village; Marjorie Dawes, a terrifying Fat Fighters group leader; Emily Howard, a totally unconvincing transvestite, incomprehensible teenager Vicky Pollard and a British Prime Minister (Anthony Stewart Head of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Manchild) who tries to avoid the sexual advances of his aide, Sebastian Love.
This season a fresh group of faces add to the colorful cast of characters:
* Bubbles, the pampered, obese wife of a mysteriously absent businessman.
* Harvey, a prosperous young man still attached to his mother, much to his fiancée's horror.
* Judy and Maggie, genteel ladies who haven't embraced the concept of diversity.
* Rachel and Nicola, young women who keep very personal Polaroids of their dates.
* Doug, the bogus drugs counselor.
* Carol, the bank teller who takes financial advice from her talking computer.
Providing a commentary to guide us through the madness and mayhem is former Doctor Who Tom Baker.
British viewers have found the painfully accurate portrayal of their homeland so infectious that catch phrases have been absorbed into the national lexicon and are repeated in homes, pubs and schools around the country. A live