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** Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the "Green Clarinet Man" sketch online, which [[SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself]].

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** Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the "Green Clarinet Man" sketch online, which [[SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome [[CaptainObvious disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself]].


** Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the "Green Clarinet Man" sketch online, which [[RealityEnsues disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself]].

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** Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the "Green Clarinet Man" sketch online, which [[RealityEnsues [[SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself]].

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* LifeImitatesArt: One "Sir Digby Chicken Caesar" sketch [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zchHfDKCTzE had a scene]] in which a little girl knights Sir Digby in the beach. Nine years later, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLHDyY1p8oU Nigel Farage]] had a similar experience.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series (with two animated by famous British animators Creator/DavidFirth and Creator/EddGould), behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras were available online starting from June 2018.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series (with two animated by famous British animators Creator/DavidFirth and Creator/EddGould), behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing.airing (They didn't even appear on the DVD extras). However, all of the Red Button extras were available online starting from June 2018.


* HideYourPregnancy: Subverted with actress Creator/OliviaColman for Series 2, whose prominent belly was visible no matter what sketch she was in. While it was brought up in one sketch, but they didn't really try and hide it either. Not hiding it made at least one sketch DarkerAndEdgier than it was originally intended to be written, which involved Colman's heavily pregnant character being [[spoiler: strangled to death by her husband]].

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* HideYourPregnancy: Subverted with actress Creator/OliviaColman for Series 2, whose prominent belly was visible no matter what sketch she was in. While it It was brought up in one sketch, but apart from that it wasn't mentioned or relevant to the sketch at all, although they didn't really try and hide it either. Not hiding it made at least one sketch DarkerAndEdgier than it was originally intended to be written, which involved Colman's heavily pregnant character being [[spoiler: strangled to death by her husband]].



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* RecycledScript: Some of the show's sketches are adapted from the radio version, occasionally with alterations, occasionally not, such as the "are we the baddies" sketch, and the "merger" sketch.


** Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch online, which disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself.
*** Additionally, when the show first aired, viewers were able to enter a competition to win the actual clarinet prop from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch. The competition allowed participants to come up with a new useless sidekick à la BMX Bandit from the well known ''Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit'' sketch. The winning entry was revealed to be [[spoiler:Yo-yo Lad]].
* HideYourPregnancy: Averted with actress Creator/OliviaColman, whose prominent belly was visible no matter what sketch she was in. They only talked about it directly in one sketch, but they didn't really try and hide it either. Not hiding it made at least one sketch DarkerAndEdgier than it was intended to be when written, when Colman's heavily pregnant character is [[spoiler: strangled to death by her husband]].
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series (with two animated by famous British animators Creator/DavidFirth and Creator/EddGould), behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted online since June 2018.

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** Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the ''Green "Green Clarinet Man'' Man" sketch online, which [[RealityEnsues disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself.
itself]].
*** Additionally, when the show first aired, viewers were able to enter a competition to win the actual clarinet prop from the ''Green "Green Clarinet Man'' Man" sketch. The competition allowed participants to come up with a new useless sidekick à la BMX Bandit from the well known ''Angel "Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit'' Bandit" sketch. The winning entry was revealed to be [[spoiler:Yo-yo Lad]].
* HideYourPregnancy: Averted Subverted with actress Creator/OliviaColman, Creator/OliviaColman for Series 2, whose prominent belly was visible no matter what sketch she was in. They only talked about While it directly was brought up in one sketch, but they didn't really try and hide it either. Not hiding it made at least one sketch DarkerAndEdgier than it was originally intended to be when written, when which involved Colman's heavily pregnant character is being [[spoiler: strangled to death by her husband]].
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series (with two animated by famous British animators Creator/DavidFirth and Creator/EddGould), behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted were available online since starting from June 2018.



* RealSongThemeTune: The theme song is a slightly edited version of ''Alive & Amplified'' by The Mooney Suzuki.

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* RealSongThemeTune: The theme song is a slightly edited version of ''Alive "Alive & Amplified'' Amplified" by The Mooney Suzuki.



** The corner store set from the "tremendous thirst" sketch was reused in two sketches, including the one involving a man with a special ability to move biscuits, another involving a woman with two heads.
** The house from the ''Coverage of People Buying a House and then Living in It'' sketch was reused in the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch.

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** The corner store set from the "tremendous thirst" sketch was reused in two sketches, including the one involving a man with a special ability to move biscuits, another involving a woman with two heads.
"Biscuit Telekinesis" sketch.
** The house from the ''Coverage of People Buying a House and then Living in It'' sketch was reused in the ''Green "Green Clarinet Man'' Man" sketch.



* Throughout the ''Jet Pack'' sketch, while Webb's character is interviewing Mitchell's, several people are shown using the said product flying through the sky, and through behind the scenes footage it revealed that these people are crew members of the show, including the producer.

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* Throughout the ''Jet Pack'' "Jet Pack" sketch, while Webb's character is interviewing Mitchell's, several people are shown using with the said aforementioned product flying through the sky, and through behind the scenes footage it sky. As revealed that by "behind the scenes" footage on the Series 4 DVD, these people are in fact the crew members of the show, including the producer.


* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: The sketch featuring a fake advert for "Glucozade Port" (a parody of Lucozade Sport) becomes this when you realise the original name of the Lucozade was ''Glucozade'' when it was first released, which is implied the writers of the sketch weren't aware about this fact.

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* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: The sketch featuring a fake advert for the alcoholic sports drink "Glucozade Port" (a parody of Lucozade Sport) becomes this when you realise the original name of the Lucozade was called ''Glucozade'' when it was first released, which is implied the writers of the sketch weren't aware about this fact.


* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: The sketch featuring a fake advert for "Glucozade Port" (a parody of Lucozade Sport) becomes this when you realise the original name of the Lucozade was ''Glucozade'' when it was first released.

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* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: The sketch featuring a fake advert for "Glucozade Port" (a parody of Lucozade Sport) becomes this when you realise the original name of the Lucozade was ''Glucozade'' when it was first released.released, which is implied the writers of the sketch weren't aware about this fact.


* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: The sketch featuring a fake advert for "Glucozade Port" (a parody of Lucozade Sport) becomes this when you realise the original name of the Lucozade was ''Glucozade'' when it was first released.



*** When the show first aired, viewers were able to enter a competition to win the actual clarinet prop from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch. The competition allowed participants to come up with a new useless sidekick à la BMX Bandit from the well known ''Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit'' sketch. The winning entry was revealed to be [[spoiler:Yo-yo Lad]].

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*** When Additionally, when the show first aired, viewers were able to enter a competition to win the actual clarinet prop from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch. The competition allowed participants to come up with a new useless sidekick à la BMX Bandit from the well known ''Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit'' sketch. The winning entry was revealed to be [[spoiler:Yo-yo Lad]].


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series, behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted online since June 2018.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series, series (with two animated by famous British animators Creator/DavidFirth and Creator/EddGould), behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted online since June 2018.


* {{Defictionalization}}: Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch online, which disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself.

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Yes, you can actually get the green clarinet and the red tuba (although not exact ones) from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch online, which disappointingly don't have the special powers from the sketch itself.itself.
*** When the show first aired, viewers were able to enter a competition to win the actual clarinet prop from the ''Green Clarinet Man'' sketch. The competition allowed participants to come up with a new useless sidekick à la BMX Bandit from the well known ''Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit'' sketch. The winning entry was revealed to be [[spoiler:Yo-yo Lad]].


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series, behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted online since June 2018.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series, behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches and unseen sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted online since June 2018.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When Series 3 and 4 aired on TV, viewers could access the extras of the show via BBC Red Button, featuring animated sketches from the radio series, behind the scenes footage, interviews and unseen sketches. While some of the animated sketches were already on Website/YouTube, some of the other content didn't see the light of day when the series stopped airing. However, all of the Red Button extras ended up posted online since June 2018.


* ActorAllusion: In two different sketches in Series 3 and 4, Both Mitchell and Webb explicitly make references to ''Series/PeepShow'', which of course stars the two.

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* ActorAllusion: In two different sketches in Series 3 and 4, Both both Mitchell and Webb explicitly make references to ''Series/PeepShow'', which of course stars the two.

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