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* Most of the sketches involving the doctor (played by David Cann). Although he seems like your average doctor working in an average British medical practice, he has a habit of treating his patients in bizarre new ways every time. Some of these include operating a sex line in order to raise funds to help treat a young girl with cancer, "synchronised cocks" which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin - him and the patient jumping up and down with their hot dogs out so that they flap up and down in unison with each other, and shining a stage lamp in his face.

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* Most of the sketches involving the doctor (played by David Cann). Although he seems like your average doctor working in an average British medical practice, he has a habit of treating his patients in bizarre new ways every time. Some of these include operating a sex line in order to raise funds to help treat a young girl with cancer, "synchronised cocks" which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin - him and the patient jumping up and down with their hot dogs out so that they flap up and down in unison with each other, and blinding himself by shining a stage lamp in his face.

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* "Bad Sex", a satire on... well... sex. It consists of two lovers making increasingly bizarre erotic requests to one another, like "shit your leg off" and "make your spunk come out green". It's so weird, it's amazing.
* Most of the sketches involving the doctor (played by David Cann). Although he seems like your average doctor working in an average British medical practice, he has a habit of treating his patients in bizarre new ways every time. Some of these include operating a sex line in order to raise funds to help treat a young girl with cancer, "synchronised cocks" which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin - him and the patient jumping up and down with their hot dogs out so that they flap up and down in unison with each other, and shining a stage lamp in his face.

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