The best bits of Series 1 and 2 of 'Harry Enfield and Chums', starring Harry Enfield ably assisted by those bloody good blokes, Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke.
All the old favourites are here: The Slobs, Lee and Lance, Tim Nice But Dim, The Self Righteous Brothers, but there's also a barmy bunch of jolly amusing new characters. There's Jurgen the German, an irritating tourist who can't stop apologising for the war; Julio Geordio, Newcastle's latest Colombian signing whose football is as good as his English isn't; plus the Dutch gay policemen; The Toddlers, the couple who hate each other; and many more.
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Harry and Chums
Harry Enfield and Chums is British Humor at its best. Like Monty Python with a bit more thought put into it.
This is history
Without Harry Enfield, the likes of Steve Coogan, Chris Morris, Graham Linehan, and several others would never have been able to make their gigantic marks on British comedy. And without those geniuses, the likes of the Mighty Boosh, Mitchell and Webb, Little Britain and Spaced would have never come into existence. And without those comedies, we would not be treated to the magnificence of Richard Ayoade today.