History Series / FilthyRichAndCatflap

19th Feb '17 12:08:03 AM finlandsberet
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** "Adolf Hitler's lover rumoured to be a man!
29th Jan '17 5:25:39 AM DoctorNemesis
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* DontExplainTheJoke: This exchange:
-->'''Eddie:''' Let's put the body in the cupboard before it begins to whiff.\\
'''Richie:''' Uh-uh-uh -- if that were our criteria for putting things in the cub, we would have put you in one ages ago! ''[Eddie stares at him]'' Because you're so whiffy.\\
'''Eddie:''' Yeah, I got it -- I just didn't think it was funny. That's all.
25th Jan '17 10:16:23 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Dingo Wucker, the Australian media baron in the final episode, is clearly a parody of UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch.
12th Oct '16 6:56:54 PM foxley
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* EroticAsphyxiation: When Ralph is in prison awaiting execution by hanging, he takes some pleasure in knowing that the asphyxiation will give him an erection: his first one in years.
26th Sep '16 4:30:14 PM CumbersomeTercel
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Rik Mayall plays Richie Rich, a [[SmallNameBigEgo talentless, unheard-of]] LargeHam actor on a manic crusade for fame and glory. He is assisted(?) in this endeavour by his useless sponging agent Ralph Filthy (Nigel Planer), and his violent alcholic minder Edward Catflap (Adrian Edmondson).

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Rik Mayall Creator/RikMayall plays Richie Rich, a [[SmallNameBigEgo talentless, unheard-of]] LargeHam actor on a manic crusade for fame and glory. He is assisted(?) in this endeavour by his useless sponging agent Ralph Filthy (Nigel Planer), and his violent alcholic minder Edward Catflap (Adrian Edmondson).



It ended [[BritishBrevity after six episodes]] when Mayall complained to co-writer Ben Elton about his writing privileges. Elton didn't listen and Mayall left.

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It ended [[BritishBrevity after six episodes]] when Mayall complained to co-writer Ben Elton Creator/BenElton about his writing privileges. Elton didn't listen and Mayall left.


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* AlliterativeName: Richie Rich.


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* ShowWithinAShow: Richie goes on a fictionalised version of ''Series/BlanketyBlank'' called ''Oo-er Sounds A Bit Rude'' hosted by Ivor Whopper.
6th Sep '16 5:46:40 PM Redkun
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* YouHaveFailedMe: Played with in epsiode 5. Normally when Filthy tells Richie and Eddie to be on time, they never are, but when he tells them to be on time for TVam, he doesn't want them to be, so they fail to fail him.

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* YouHaveFailedMe: Played with in epsiode episode 5. Normally when Filthy tells Richie and Eddie to be on time, they never are, but when he tells them to be on time for TVam, he doesn't want them to be, so they fail to fail him.
6th Sep '16 5:46:24 PM Redkun
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* PlayingAgainstType: While Mayall and Edmondson basically reprise their routine from ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' (and later on in ''Series/{{Bottom}}''), Planer plays a very different character from the dogsbody hippy he became known for. This is mainly because Planer was already an accomplished character actor before he hit fame in ''Series/TheYoungOnes'', with Neil being only one of many characters he used on the comedy club scene.
6th Sep '16 5:45:31 PM Redkun
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* Playing Against Type: While Mayall and Edmondson basically reprise their routine from ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' (and later on in ''Series/{{Bottom}}''), Planer plays a very different character from the dogsbody hippy he became known for. This is mainly because Planer was already an accomplished character actor before he hit fame in ''Series/TheYoungOnes'', with Neil being only one of many characters he used on the comedy club scene.

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* Playing Against Type: PlayingAgainstType: While Mayall and Edmondson basically reprise their routine from ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' (and later on in ''Series/{{Bottom}}''), Planer plays a very different character from the dogsbody hippy he became known for. This is mainly because Planer was already an accomplished character actor before he hit fame in ''Series/TheYoungOnes'', with Neil being only one of many characters he used on the comedy club scene.
6th Sep '16 5:26:57 PM Redkun
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* Playing Against Type: While Mayall and Edmondson basically reprise their routine from ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' (and later on in ''Series/{{Bottom}}''), Planer plays a very different character from the dogsbody hippy he became known for. This is mainly because Planer was already an accomplished character actor before he hit fame in ''Series/TheYoungOnes'', with Neil being only one of many characters he used on the comedy club scene.
4th Sep '16 4:44:22 AM Redkun
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''Filthy Rich & Catflap'' is a BritCom that some members of ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' cast made between ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' and ''Series/{{Bottom}}''.

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''Filthy Rich & Catflap'' is a BritCom that some cast members of ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' cast made between ''Series/TheYoungOnes'' and ''Series/{{Bottom}}''.
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