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When Michael gets a summons to take part in jury service, all he wants to do is respect the law and make friends with the judge.
But he’s thwarted when Arthur becomes addicted to being kind and turns up to support him from the public gallery.
Of course, his shouting and a mobile-phone disaster means Michael ends up far from friendly with anyone…
Finally, a mix-up in court means both the police and an organised crime outfit start thinking Arthur is a Godfather figure, whose gang runs the town.
In between, there’s a perverted dog, a lot of discussion about Professor Brian Cox and many, many arguments about tea.
It’s very broad chaos but, in the end, it all comes together nicely and is helped by good performances from Steve Delaney (second right) as Arthur and the supporting cast, who give it their all.
With Louis away fighting a battle against William of Orange, Queen Marie-Thérèse (Elisa Lasowski, above) tries to take charge of the court and cracks down on debauchery –unsuccessfully, of course, because these Frenchies do love an orgy.
She also runs into further problems when a visiting Sultan won’t deal with a woman. Gleefully entertaining, as ever.
The arrival of MP Helena Steel (Sally Phillips) causes a riot as hospital
staff fall over themselves, desperate
to impress. And controversial, inappropriate jokes run wild as always, from NHS cuts to same-sex marriage. But the main LOL-worthy moment comes from Tom Binns’ (above)character Susan – is it soup or sick she’s been drenched in? Plenty of laughs.
Special correspondent Peter P Powers tries to help a shelf stacker become an MP, Mandi Manners investigates beauty and Mike Armenian tries out a Hollywood casting session for ethnically diverse actors.
As anchor Digger Daley signs off in style, we have to say that the prank fake-news show has been the best use of Kayvan Novak’s talents since Fonejacker.
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