About the Show
This animated soap opens up the glamorous world of Crapston Villas. We see the hilarious antics of the inhabitants of this much sought-after residential property.
Series 2 Summary
Welcome to Crapston Villas which brings together the animation talents of Spitting Image with the baudy humour of Sarah Ann Kennedy and a host of oddball characters such as Sophie and Jonathan whose dysfunctional relationship is not helped by Falso, their psychopathic cat.
Single parent Marge is one of their neighbours whose son Woody is immersed in sexual discover with himself. Robbie and Larry complete the household, a gay couple who have to cope with Robbie's mother Delia who longs to see her son married.
Marge collapses and Jonathan loses his dope. Woody talks about his success with chicks and Flossie, who looks like she gets fashion advice from both Bet and David Lynch, runs all the way home after being chased by a man.
Flossie bursts in, having been mugged - well, maybe she's twisting the truth a bit. Jonathan's scared the police will find his stash while Marge and Denise plan a night out on the pull. But when her back's turned, Dino and Woody plan their own rave trip and Sam and Betty pop out for a little car thieving on the quiet.
For one fleeting moment, Sam and Betty repent their life of crime. But then the police car passes them by and it's back to delightful delinquency. Marge, meanwhile, has managed to pull big time with the Adonis-like Brad and Robbie's in a flat spin when he's told his mother's coming to stay.
For one fleeting moment, Sam and Betty repent their life of crime. But then the police car passes them by and it's back to delightful delinquency.
Marge, meanwhile, has managed to pull big time with the Adonis-like Brad and Robbie's in a flat spin when he's told his mother's coming to stay.
Meet Joe, Jenny and Wali, the squatters who have moved into the basement of Crapston Villas. They may not want to stay too long - Sophie and Jonathan start a marathon row and there's a party going on that's so noisy, Sophie resorts to pulling out the fuse box. Which gives zit-kid Woody a chance to find a girl he can really talk to.
Woody's mortified - he reckons he's been snogging his nan. Marge, though, is delighted that her date is done - she couldn't really see the glamour in a trailer park, even though it was with the absolutely gorgeous Brad. Meanwhile, Robbie is in a state, he's sure his mother will discover his guilty secret at any minute.
Delia is convinced that Larry is the devil and tries to protect innocent little Robbie from his terrible influence. Sophie has a go at Jonathan over his cooking skills while Marge, in her desperation for love, places a singles ad.
Jonathan's meal produces some astonishing scenes of illness and, as bedtime beckons and Delia prays for the soul of her son, a strange noise keeps everyone awake.
Delia tries to get Robbie to go to church with her, in order to rescue his tarnished soul but he stays at home to console Larry. Woody, at an emotional nadir, leaves home via the window but Marge fails to notice.
Meanwhile, Sam and Betty are having a great laugh over Marge's singles ad and the secret surrounding the fish sauce is finally revealed.
Woody finally meets his female match, Sophie has her first therapy session and Jonathan meets a new depression courtesy of his bank manager.
Crapston Villas synopsis
This animated soap opens up the glamorous world of Crapston Villas. We see the hilarious antics of the inhabitants of this much sought-after residential property.Episode Guide >