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A cast of disabled talent prank members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way

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A cast of disabled talent prank members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way

  • The Best of I'm Spazticus

    Classic clips from the series that stars a cast of disabled pranksters.

    With X Factor's Rough Copy. Brian Belo, Lauren Goodger and Frankie Cocozza support a charity which campaigns against the use of monkey arm replacements for amputees,

    N-Dwarves star in a mock music show and the punters who think they are appearing on a Come Dine With Me style show are whisked up into a frenzy.

    But the last word goes to Alan the talking guide dog. Woof! Woof!

  • I'm Spazticus

    This episode features Tim, a blind X-Factor-style judge, but it's Alan, his talking guide dog, who tells the dancers what he thinks of their audition.

    A group of potential shelf stackers face some stiff competition from some angry little people, while Tim's marriage proposal falls on deaf ears, even with the help of a Mariachi band...

  • I'm Spazticus

    This episode includes a mock music show where Platnum, the group that supported N-Dubz on tour, are asked to judge their mini counterparts N-Dwarves.

    Blind magician 'Blindymo' wows more people on the streets with his dark arts and then there's Edward the most frightening hairdresser imaginable whose barbaric scissorhand attachments have clients heading for the door.

  • I'm Spazticus

    The general public are amazed by blind street magician 'Blindymo', and unsuspecting guests on new TV Food show 'Dine At Mine' are shocked when their amputee host stirs up trouble with her custom-made arm whisk.

    Max (from Seven Dwarves) acts like a right little baby, but luckily a member of public is on hand to burp him.

    And people are still talking back to the talking guide dog...

  • I'm Spazticus

    Individuals with various disabilities prank members of the public in the first of a brand new series.

    Celebrities are fooled into endorsing a bizarre new charity for amputees, a blind man walks a guide pig rather than a guide dog, and there's the return of some old favourites from the first series: the talking guide dog and the punk dwarf who punches people's food.

  • I'm Spazticus

    This special show features the best sketches from the series with the hilarious cerebral palsy police line-up, a delivery man who returns the wrong stuffed guide dog to its blind owner, the best bits of Alan the cheeky talking guide dog and many more favourite moments.

  • I'm Spazticus

    In the final episode of the series in which a cast of disabled talent prank members of the public, Tim, who is blind, goes on a blind date and asks the waiter to devise a code to let him know if his date is hot or not. Will the waiter recommend the 'specials' if she is a looker or the 'pork' if she is a pig?

    Meanwhile, a punk dwarf screams 'Dwarf Punch Sandwich' as he attacks someone's lunch, and in this parallel universe members of the public are still conversing with the talking guide dog!

  • I'm Spazticus

    Max and his band of dwarf travellers pitch their tiny caravans on a beautiful village green. Members of the public place disabled people in the order of the disability they would least like to have. And Simon Stevens unleashes his alter ego 'The Cockney Cripple', using his voice box to teach tourists the art of rhyming slang...

    I'm Spazticus features a cast of disabled talent pranking members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way, mixing hidden camera and mockumentary style shooting to create a series of hilarious situations.

  • I'm Spazticus

    Members of the public give money to a charity called 'The Guide Dwarves Association', which does exactly what it says on the charity tin, a dog on wheels gives its owner the wheel around, and people continue to chat to the cheeky talking guide dog. All this, plus an 'Alfred Titchcock Presentation' of a short war film.

    I'm Spazticus features a cast of disabled talent pranking members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way, mixing hidden camera and mockumentary style shooting to create a series of hilarious situations.

  • I'm Spazticus

    Members of the public are asked to take part in a police line-up while pretending to have cerebral palsy. A delivery man returns the wrong stuffed guide dog to its blind owner. A wheelchair parachutist gets stuck in a tree. And do people really believe guide dogs can speak?

    Featuring a cast of disabled talent and featuring in Channel 4's Funny Fortnight, I'm Spazticus features individuals with varying disabilities pranking members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way, mixing hidden camera and mockumentary style shooting to create a series of hilarious situations.

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A cast of disabled talent prank members of the public in a cheeky and irreverent way

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