This BBC comedy skit show is the brainchild of longtime comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders. Each episode would feature satire on British life, television, and parodies on big box ... See full summary »
Two early thirties best friends live together while having completely different personalities. While their girlfriends try to help them take on more responsibilities the boys seldom respond well and usually end up drinking together.
At the end of series four's credits, a clip of David Bowie singing "Ziggy Stardust" has been inserted. See more »
From "Door Handle":
An extended sequence of Patsy in the car after she gets a breast-check from Saffy. She says to Eddy "You know, that bitch daughter of yours really does know a thing or two." They then go on to talk about "mamoliograms."
An extended version of the scene where Eddy and Patsy arrive at the airport. Patsy is stoned and feels sad because she thinks that their plane is leaving without them (she's looking at a statue of a 747 taking off).
On board the plane, Eddy complains because there's no curtain to separate first class from coach.
In New York, a group of transvestite prostitutes mistake Patsy for one of them and ask where her she buys her clothes (this scene was edited into "The End")
In New York, Eddy and Patsy go to a rug store, where Patsy gets stuck in one of the displays.
What can I say about this series but "BRAVO". Saunders is a brilliant writer and an even better comedian/actor. This is one of those rare TV comedies that can be watched over and over and NEVER gets old. American television has yet to equal the witty, dry humor of Brit TV. AbFab has really set the standard for both American and English TV sitcoms. I pray that Saunders will find the inspiration to continue writing and indulge us with another series of her fabulous show.
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