What to say if you liked it
The best all-women comedy sketch show since Smack The Pony. Well done to the performers – Lucy Montgomery, Debbie Chazen, Lorraine Cheshire, Shelley Longworth, Vel Tshabalala and Tony ‘The Token Man’ Way – and writer Jill Parker
What to say if you disliked it
Scored well for being shocking but only scored moderately for being funny, something that needs to be addressed before Tittybangbang becomes a full series in 2006
What was good about it?
• The exhibitionist Italian maid at the museum, trying to draw attention to herself as a group of young men are being guided around. “Don’t look at me! It’s really boring,” she shrilled as she polished exhibits, allowed a dustbuster to suck up her skirt and cleaned windows with her breasts
• Maxine Bendix, a woman with so much cosmetic surgery she looks like Jackie Stallone. Loved her catchphrase: “Don’t worry. It’s nothing. Just a little bit of seepage.”
• Dr Parker the necrophiliac pathologist. “Muscular upper body, thick penis, nice penis,” she tells her dictaphone as she examines the corpse of a young man. “This is a man in his prime. I cant resist a stiffy,” she says as she climbs on to the body for a bit of sexual satisfaction. Later, she appeared in a forest where another male corpse had been found, and fought a female cop to be the first to have sex with the body.
• We also liked the fighting museum guards, twitching darts team captain Paula, who is on the same combination of tablets as Gail Tilsley and Kerry Katona, and the chav mother getting annoyed with her perfectly-behaved daughter (“We’ll never get on Trisha”).
What was bad about it?
• We didn’t like the chav girls at the bus stop, Harrogate’s Bare Naked Quilters (women who’re naked from the waist down as they sew and chat), the middle-aged hooker having to deal with a creepy guy who liked Kraftwerk and golden showers; and Donna the wheelchair-using lesbian animal trainer.