Brabbins and Fyffe examine a wide range of subject matter through the medium of song; ranging from the difficulty of having a shit on a train, how women become more sexually dirty in their thirties, the complexities of starting a gay relationship, and musings on the perineum.
Dennis Lincoln-Park is an art historian whose passion for the nation's historical treasures is unfortunately marred by a propensity to inflict accidental damage upon the very artefacts he extols.
Doctor Tia is a condescending ex-pat doctor living in Botswana, who prides himself on his special understanding of Africa. However, 'The White Devil' as he is otherwise known, is wilfully blind to how he is perceived by his affronted patients.
A single dad answers his son's innocent questions with a disarming level of honesty and overly pedantic detail.
The Inappropriate Dentist likes to reveal very personal information about his life, whilst performing dental work on his captive patient.
Every honeymooning couple's nightmare, Jilted Jim has come on his honeymoon alone after his wife ran off with the wedding DJ. Lonely but masking an upbeat façade, Jim is determined to befriend the hotel's other guests.
The Old Clubber should really know better, but he likes getting down with the kids in the clubs and is determined to live in denial of his real age.
The Origins Of sketches take a look at the first instances of small talk, baby naming, dinner parties etc – they all had their beginnings in the addled mists of prehistory...
Rog is an unsuspecting cuckold who keeps finding his wife in flagrante with his work colleague Pete. Rog is ever happy to have the situation explained away by Pete's increasingly creative excuses.
Pru and Miranda are two middle aged ladies who together run a café. Constantly under one another's feet and at odds with the other's little ways, they take our their rage and frustration on their bemused customers.
The RAF pilots may be heroically serving in the second world war, but they are nonetheless moody, rebellious teenagers who speak in street lingo and who reluctantly bow to authority.
The Reasonable Boss is by all standards the epitome of the ideal boss; making sure that staff birthdays are celebrated, that staff don't work too late and have times of relaxation and team bonding. Unfortunately the Reasonable Boss's good intentions interrupt the important work undertaken by his team of undercover operatives and he drives them to the limits of human patience.
The striding man is the ultimatethrustingbusinessman who is kept up to date on every essential piece of ‘new' information as he strides along the corridors ofpower.
Terry Devlin is a Royal reporter armed with little factual information about his subject. This doesn't stop him from sharing his lengthy ‘expert' opinion on the happenings in the Royal household.
Tony is the put-upon English football manager who has sold out and now works for Russian Oligarch boss Dimitri. Tony lives in fear of Dimitri's fond spot for him, and his boss's Mafioso tendencies, and is never quite sure how to play the situation.
The vague businessman looks the part; he walks the walk and talks the talk. The only problem is, he's not entirely sure what exactly it is he does for a living.