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* TimeTravelingJerkass: Steve is a downplayed example. He's not outright ''evil'', but doesn't seem to get the hint that Frank doesn't like him going forward in time just to spoil something that he wanted to be kept a surprise.


* HappinessIsMandatory: In one of the "Museum of Imagination", sketches, Mr. Faraway claims that it's illegal to not be enthusiastic in the future.

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* HappinessIsMandatory: In one of the "Museum of Imagination", Imagination" sketches, Mr. Faraway claims that it's illegal to not be enthusiastic in the future.


-->'''Mr. Faraway:'''In the future, it is illegal to not be enthusiastic, punishable by six days of constant smiliness!

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-->'''Mr. Faraway:'''In Faraway:''' In the future, it is illegal to not be enthusiastic, punishable by six days of constant smiliness!


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* HappinessIsMandatory: In one of the "Museum of Imagination", sketches, Mr. Faraway claims that it's illegal to not be enthusiastic in the future.


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Some of the recurring sketches included:included, but were by no means limited to:


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: One of the Jasmine and Prudith segments ended with one of them saying that when someone swung his telescope, it hit her in the side of the boobs. And yes, she actually uses the word "boobs".
** That’s nothing, the very same episode actually uses the phrase ‘dog shit’. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORqZ0XUJi8Y&t=236s See for yourself]]. How this managed to get in there and not even generate any controversy utterly boggles the mind.

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: One of the Jasmine GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and Prudith segments ended with one of them saying that when someone swung his telescope, it hit her persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the side of future, please check the boobs. And yes, she actually uses trope page to make sure your example fits the word "boobs".
** That’s nothing, the very same episode actually uses the phrase ‘dog shit’. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORqZ0XUJi8Y&t=236s See for yourself]]. How this managed to get in there and not even generate any controversy utterly boggles the mind.
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* FrenchJerk: In a later series, Phillipe Lavavaseur is revealed to be able to speak English, and takes advantage of the fact that Danny's father doesn't know. Phillipe also deliberately gets Danny into trouble with his father.

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* InflatingBodyGag: Embarrassed Louise, whose body inflates into a massive ball whenever she [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin gets embarrassed]]. Which causes problems if she's trying to get through a door, or if she's inside a phone booth.


* CompanyCrossReferences: There is a segment based on ''Series/EastEnders'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' is mentioned in some segments. Both series are aired by Creator/TheBBC, whose children's channel Creator/{{CBBC}} airs ''Sorry, I've Got No Head''. ** Another episode mentions Series/{{Torchwood}}

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* CompanyCrossReferences: There is a segment based on ''Series/EastEnders'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' is mentioned in some segments. Both series are aired by Creator/TheBBC, whose children's channel Creator/{{CBBC}} airs ''Sorry, I've Got No Head''.
** Another episode mentions Series/{{Torchwood}}


* CompanyCrossReferences: There is a segment based on ''Series/EastEnders'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' is mentioned in some segments. Both series are aired by Creator/TheBBC, whose children's channel Creator/{{CBBC}} airs ''Sorry, I've Got No Head''.

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* CompanyCrossReferences: There is a segment based on ''Series/EastEnders'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' is mentioned in some segments. Both series are aired by Creator/TheBBC, whose children's channel Creator/{{CBBC}} airs ''Sorry, I've Got No Head''. ** Another episode mentions Series/{{Torchwood}}

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* CrapsaccharineWorld: Implied by Mr. Faraway in a ‘Museum of Imagination’ sketch where he pretends to be from the future.
-->'''Mr. Faraway:'''In the future, it is illegal to not be enthusiastic, punishable by six days of constant smiliness!


** That’s nothing, one episode actually uses the phrase ‘dog shit’. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORqZ0XUJi8Y&t=236s See for yourself]]. How this managed to get in there and not even generate any controversy utterly boggles the mind.

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** That’s nothing, one the very same episode actually uses the phrase ‘dog shit’. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORqZ0XUJi8Y&t=236s See for yourself]]. How this managed to get in there and not even generate any controversy utterly boggles the mind.


* ImaginaryFriend: One of the series of sketches was about an imaginary friend named Billy, whose creator, Max, managed to imagine him hard enough that he can be seen by others. Billy is capable of making contact with real objects, but still has to use imaginary versions of said objects anyway.

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** That’s nothing, one episode actually uses the phrase ‘dog shit’. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORqZ0XUJi8Y&t=236s See for yourself]]. How this managed to get in there and not even generate any controversy utterly boggles the mind.
* ImaginaryFriend: One of the series of sketches was about an imaginary friend named Billy, whose creator, Max, managed to imagine him hard enough that he can be seen by others. Billy is capable of making contact with real objects, but still has to use imaginary versions of said objects anyway. Or at least, that’s what he claims, but in actuality he’s a very real person running a scheme to get his hands on whatever real item he wants when the other two leave the room.


* LeFilmArtistique: One of the French Exchange Student sketches has Philippe insisting on watching "Les Deux Cellos de M. Gravice", which is black and white and [[CaptainObvious features a man playing two cellos]].

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* LeFilmArtistique: One of the French Exchange Student sketches has Philippe insisting on watching "Les Deux Cellos de M. Gravice", which is black and white and [[CaptainObvious features a man playing two cellos]].cellos.


* CompanyCrossReferences: There is a segment based on ''Series/EastEnders'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' is mentions in some segments. Both series are aired by Creator/TheBBC, whose children's channel Creator/{{CBBC}} airs ''Sorry, I've Got No Head''.

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* CompanyCrossReferences: There is a segment based on ''Series/EastEnders'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' is mentions mentioned in some segments. Both series are aired by Creator/TheBBC, whose children's channel Creator/{{CBBC}} airs ''Sorry, I've Got No Head''.

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