Steve Pemberton as Tubbs and Reece Shearsmith as Edward in 'The League of Gentlemen' (from our article on The Grotesque)

Steve Pemberton as Tubbs and Reece Shearsmith as Edward in 'The League of Gentlemen'.A local shop for local people.

The League of Gentlemen: This Is A Local Shop by Rosterlu.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Based on a quote by Edward Tattsyrup from the amazing tv-series The League of Gentlemen starring Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. The League of Gentlemen: This Is A Local Shop

Are you local? (The League of Gentlemen) One of the best, and blackest, of dark British comedies.

The League of Gentlemen - I blame this lot for a lot of my humour, one of my favourite comedy programmes of all time!

Still Game- a Scottish TV sitcom about two Glaswegian pensioners Victor and Jack and their friends/neighbours: Navid, Isa, Winston, Tam and Boaby the Barman. Broadcast 2002-2007.

Still Game- a Scottish TV sitcom about two Glaswegian pensioners Victor and Jack and their friends/neighbours: Navid, Isa, Winston, Tam and Boaby the Barman.

Reece Shearsmith (as Papa Lazarou / Keith Drop) - my favourite character actor

Reece Shearsmith (as Papa Lazarou / Keith Drop) - The League of Gentlemen. One of the best shows like evah.

http://www.comedy.co.uk/news/story/000001259/league_of_gentlemen_to_appear_in_charity_gig/

The League of Gentlemen are to reunite for a charity comedy gig in December, appearing alongside a host of other stars including Rowan Atkinson.

David Sowerbutts

Psychoville - Characters: David Sowerbutts, played by Steve Pemberton

Alan Partridge - Mind.Blown.

What happens when you only talk to people on Tinder or OkCupid using Alan Partridge quotes.

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Father Ted -- "Dermot Morgan stars as Father Ted, one of three Catholic priests who are exiled to a remote Irish island after misdeeds brought them under the scrutiny of the bishop. There, the priests are tended to by neurotic housekeeper Mrs.

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