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Dating Agency Videos: Lorna & Sonya --- Tell Me What You Like Signature --- Yoga Class --- Stewardesses --- Flamenco Dancers Your Pace --- Calming Aura --- Dating Agency Videos: Michael & Goodie I'm Really (Interesting) --- DJS3E1Originally broadcast: 11 January 2002 Directed by: Steve Connolly Written by: Sally Phillips, Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen, Robert Harley, Victoria Pile, Mick James, Greg Lawrence, Fay Rusling, Oriane Messina, Simon Dunn, Melanie Finn, Christian Azzola, John Camm, Kathy Oxtoby, Sam Bain, Jesse Armstrong, Ed Roe, Rob Adey, Richard Murkin, Tom Pullen, Jo Gardetta, Carol Younghusband, Stuart Kenworthy, Paul Powell, Kevin Cecil, Andy Riley, Andrew Cottier, Richard Preddy, Gary Howe SKETCHES: Pool Hair --- Full Body Wax --- Squeaky Head Chef Competitive Rivals: Photos & Teddies --- The Affair High Heeled Surfer --- Dating Agency Videos: Former Punk & Jobless It's Turned Orange --- Bedtime Cuddles --- Keyboard Destruct The Red Carpet --- The Wrong Signals --- Willpower --- Parking Dilemma Surprise Reaction --- Speed Gun Coppers --- Very Close Dating Agency Videos: Patricia, Bond & Premature Hard To Get --- Gettin' Doggy Wit' It --- A Little Dance S3E2Originally broadcast: 18 January 2002 Directed by: Steve Connolly Written by: Sally Phillips, Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen, Robert Harley, Victoria Pile, Jesse Armstrong, Sam Bain, Richard Vranch, Johnny Fowler, Dave Cottrill, Richard Preddy, Gary Howe, Oriane Messina, Fay Rusling, Darren Boyd, Stuart Kenworthy SKETCHES: Bourbon Biscuit --- Beach Babe --- Confusing Sex Chat Condolence Card --- Man On Fire --- Specs Dating Agency Videos: Injuries & Clio A Perfectly Natural Question --- Pink Vs.

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S1E7Originally broadcast: 30 April 1999 Directed by: Dominic Brigstocke, Ben Gosling Fuller Written by: Sally Phillips, Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen, Victoria Pile, Georgia Pritchett, Jane Bussmann, David Quantick, Robert Harley, Simon Dunn, Kevin Eldon, Matthew Fray, Greg Lawrence, Mick James, Oriane Messina, Fay Rusling, Richard Preddy, Gary Howe, Joanna Scanlan, Julian Sims, Jo Unwin SKETCHES: Go For It --- Flash Fall: Muscle Men --- Toilet Duck Before & After --- Self-Help Books --- Post Match Interview Windy Pops --- Hostages: Jonathan --- Lovely This is Not An Ad --- Face Painted Coppers --- Flash Fall: Astronaut Hostages: Mark --- Dating Agency Videos: Clare & Eric Flute, Bass & Ballet --- Dating Agency Videos: Tara & Marcie Hostages: Andrew & Rufus --- Perfume Demonstrator --- Fatty Cows Flash Fall: Rambler --- Napkin: Big Roof --- Hostages: Paula S2E1Originally broadcast: 14 April 2000 Directed by: Dominic Brigstocke, Victoria Pile, Tristram Shapeero, Roberto Bangura Written by: Sally Phillips, Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen, Robert Harley, Victoria Pile, Sarah Alexander, Darren Boyd, John Camm, Rhodri Crooks, Steve Jeanes, Charlotte Mc Dougall, Susie Donkin, Oriane Messina, Fay Rusling, Richard Murkin, Rob Adey, Tom Pullen, Paul Powell, Nick Whitby SKETCHES: Applying Makeup in a Taxi --- Survey: Dog Owner Bikini Line --- Relay Race --- Underwear Sales Assistant Competitive Rivals: Water Bottles Dating Agency Videos: Emma & Natasha Uncomfortable Doctor: Six Week Check-Up --- I Can't Hold It Any Longer Art Gallery: Hands On --- Survey: Pregnant Woman Inconsiderate Flatmate --- Babysitter --- Smart-Snatch How Was That For You?

The show's male counterparts - sketch shows such as ) - in a relentless barrage of unique sketches.

Inevitably, certain features recurred - musical parodies, video dating, 'girlie' computer games - but these weren't always the most successful elements of the show.

is a British Sketch Comedy show that aired on Channel 4 from 1999 to 2003 (3 seasons comprised of 7 episodes each, with 2 Christmas specials) and starred comedians Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips, with regular appearances from Sarah Alexander, Cavan Clerkin, Darren Boyd and James Lance.

It was notable for the main cast being entirely female, the male characters and performers usually only having bit parts.

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