Children's LiveActionTV comedy centred on the wholly inept [[CharacterTitle Paul and Barry Chuckle]]. Debuted in 1987.

Nearly every episode sees the Chuckle Brothers being given a simple task to do. HilarityEnsues when they fail to do it with any degree of competence. Series 14 broke the trend for {{Stand Alone Episode}}s by having a continuous {{arc}}, and series after that also saw multi-part stories being used.
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!!This program provides examples of:
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Paul
* BadassMustache: Both Chuckles.
* {{Catch Phrase}}s:
** "To me!" "To you!"
** "Silly me!" (Often reinforced with "Silly you!")
** "Oh dear." "Oh dear oh dear." "Oh dear oh dear oh dear."
** "No slacking!"
* CreativeClosingCredits: HilariousOuttakes
* TheComicallySerious: No Slacking.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The show started out in TheEighties as "Chucklehounds", with Paul and Barry in dog costumes, before quickly changing to the format we all know and love.
** The first series of ''Chucklevision'' proper was studio-based with Paul and Barry as presenters. It also featured Liverpool actor Billy Butler telling stories in a segment called "Armchair Theatre".
* TheDanza: Paul and Barry.
* FreakyFridayFlip: In the alien abduction episode, because of the aliens' mind-swapping device, one of the brothers gets Freaky Friday'd with an alien.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** Barry: "Hey look there's our boss he's running as well".
** Paul: "Oh yes, and he's seen us. He's waving, look".
** Barry: "I don't think he's waving Paul".
* GladIThoughtOfIt: Paul often takes Barry's ideas and claims them as his own Barry doesn't usually notice.
* HauntedHouse: The premise of the episode "Spooks & Gardens", notable for being written by Creator/RussellTDavies.
* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Dan the Van. He's frequently ordering the Chuckle brothers about, but we never see him. Often members of his family act as his representative, and on the rare occassions he shows up [[TheFaceless his face isn't visible]], hidden under bandages or the like
* LongRunners: For over 20 years!
* NeverMyFault: Whenever Paul messes up, he manages to shift the blame to Barry.
* OopNorth: Both Paul and Barry speak with Rotherham accents. (It's rather surreal how similar the brutal mercenary Bronn from ''GameOfThrones'' sounds to the Chuckles).
* {{Pantomime}}: The brothers often do panto, transposing their act into the show and usually sharing a Buttons-type role normally played by one person.
* PunBasedTitle: "Bowl-Derdash", a cricket episode; "Shore Thing", on a beach; "King of the Mill", set in a windmill; "On Your Pike", fishing, and so on.
* RealLifeRelative: The titular characters are also brothers in real life.
** And "No Slacking" is played by their brother, Jimmy Patton. A fourth brother, Brian Patton, also occasionally appears.
* RecurringCharacter: Known by his CatchPhrase, "No Slacking" will often give the Chuckle brothers their episode task.
* ReversePsychology: Often used by Paul to con Barry into doing the difficult tasks.
* {{Slapstick}}: A lot of the comedy.
** PlankGag: Happens basically OnceAnEpisode.
* SilenceIsGolden: This Trope is the actual title of a Series 13 episode, which is notable for being the only Chucklevision episode to date to have no dialogue, just music. The reason for this is because the brothers are working as hospital porters so they must be as quiet as possible.
* StatusQuoIsGod: The show has a high SeasonFluidity, with the only difference between an episode from 1995 and one from 2005 is how old the Chuckle Brothers look.
* StockNessMonster: In the episode [[PunBasedTitle "Another Fine Ness"]].
* TakenForGranite: In the episode "Et Tu Chuckle" Paul and Barry along with the emperor cover themselfs in cement and at the end of the episode the cement dries leaving them stuck, it then shows the statues in modern times showing they are most likley stuck like that forever.
* TandemParasite: Taken to extremes. The 'Chucklemobile' only seems to even ''have'' pedals on Barry's side.
* TheCameo: The characters from the Disney movie {{Disney/Aladdin}} appear on the ice cream van (most ice cream vans in the UK feature famous cartoon characters) in the episode "Breakdown". Also, in "The Final Frontier", Barry is watching {{Postman Pat}} on the TV.
* {{Thememobile}}: The Chucklemobile.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: A few episodes where Paul and Barry meet their Scottish cousins, Dougal and Douglas [=McChuckle=].
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