Trigger Happy TV

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      Series 1 Episode 1

      No one is safe when Dom Joly releases his twisted creations on an unsuspecting Britiain. Ian Botham has an unusual encounter with an emotional interviewer, and the dogs of war take to the streets.

      Adult humourThis episode is subtitled22 mins

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      Series 1 Episode 2

      The Parkie questions some bewildered pensioners about some unpleasantness by the lake. Alice Cooper has an interview with a dutiful son. The portrait painter tries his hand at a different art form.

      Adult humourThis episode is subtitled23 mins

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      Series 1 Episode 3

      Among other gems: the spy risks blowing his cover, the kitchen showroom falls down in the catering department, and the aggressive ice-cream vendor loses it completely.

      Strong language and adult humourThis episode is subtitled23 mins

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      Series 1 Episode 4

      It's Ken Livingstone's turn to ask some questions when his interviewer turns violent. Meanwhile, the Parkie sorts out some pensioners whom he suspects of creating merry hell with fire-extinguisers.

      Adult humourThis episode is subtitled23 mins

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      Series 1 Episode 5

      A passer-by gets a blind tasting with a difference, Tamara Beckwith is the subject of a drunken interview, and the Parkie takes on some old-skool old folk.

      Adult humourThis episode is subtitled22 mins

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      Series 1 Episode 6

      Dom Joly unleashes his twisted humour on an unsuspecting public. Quick-fire comedy and a hip soundtrack make this the ultimate in TV junk food.

      Adult humourThis episode is subtitled22 mins
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      Series 1 Episode 7

      More wacky stunts, gags and gaffaws from that master of slap-stick humour, Dom Joly, in this compilation of the best moments from the first series of the award-winning show.

      Strong language and adult humourThis episode is subtitled49 mins
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