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Series Two, Episode Three: "Let's all have a minute's silence for Richard's little joke."

Originally Aired on 29th September 1997

Introduction
“Hello, I’m Mark Lamarr, and welcome to Never Mind the Buzzcocks, the pop quiz that says ‘I read the news today, oh boy, and they said I’d never make it with a name like Zeinab Badawi.’ Our team captains are two comedians who were both at the famous Stones orgy. 2,410 more words

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The Good Karma Hospital

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Amanda Redman, Amrita Acharia, Neil Morrissey… 738 more words

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