The Fast Show
The complete first series of the popular comedy sketch show. Features Ted and Ralph, Channel 9 News, Unluck Alf, coughing Bob Fleming, Ron Manager, the 'Suits you' tailors, Tommy Cockles, The Fat Sweaty Coppers, and Professor Denzil Dexter. Paul Whitehouse stars.
After three acclaimed TV series and tons of sell-out performances, the Fast Show team took their final bow, live on stage in November 2002. It time for the You tailors to measure their last inside leg, for someone to wake up Rowley Birkin QC, for Ron Manager to join the great experts panel in the sky and for Ted and Ralph to walk into the sunset. But before they do, catch one last Fast Show live performance.
The 'Fast Show' cast (minus Caroline Aherne) perform live in their sell-out show. The 32-date sell-out extravaganza was seen by over 115,000, and includes all the usual characters - Arthur Atkinson (looking for his washboard), Brilliant, Suits You (sir), Jazz Club (cool, smoking), Rowley Birkin (who was of course very, very drunk), Ted and Ralph, Jesse (trying out a new diet), Bob Fleming (still unable to shake that cough), Colin Hunt and Swiss Toni, to name but a handful.
Written by Charlie Higson and Paul Whitehouse, this show is one of the brightest stars on the contemporary comedy scene. Features more hilarity from Ted and Ralph, the you sir' tailors from hell, The Fat Sweaty Coppers and more.
The Fast Show - Farewell Tour. Full of all the classic sketches, but with a little more edge than the TV allows.
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2.4 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), English ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Box Set, Interactive Menu, Multi-DVD Set, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Will the Insecure Woman ever stop worrying about the size of her bum? Who can forget the sleazy Suit You Sir salesmen, Competitive Dad always trying to score over his children, the permanently inebriated Rowley Birkin QC, slimy used car dealer Swiss Toni and Ralph, the restrained and sexually repressed lord of the manor who tries to reveal his passion for the gamekeeper Ted by making small talk.