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Mongrels - Series 1 & 2 Boxset [DVD]
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The complete first and second series of the BBC's adult puppet sitcom. The show follows five razor-tongued urban animals - Nelson (voice of Rufus Jones) the metrosexual fox, Destiny (Lucy Montgomery) the pretentious pedigree It-bitch, Marion (Dan Tetsell) the abandoned street cat, Kali (Katy Brand) the people-hating pigeon and Vince (Paul Kaye) the vicious psychotic fox - as they go about their dysfunctional urban lives in the bin yard of an inner-city pub. The episodes comprise: 'Nelson the Online Predator', 'Destiny the Reluctant Sniffer Dog', 'Marion the Young Lover', 'Nelson the Stroke Virgin', 'Kali the Genetic Engineer', 'Destiny the Infection Risk', 'Marion the Superfluous Feed Character', 'Nelson the Naughty Arsonist', 'Marion and the Goldfish', 'Nelson and the Fortnight of the Living Dead', 'Destiny and the Vets', 'Vince and the C***'s Speech', 'Nelson and the Chimp', 'Nelson and the Human', 'Nelson and the Red Squirrel' and 'Kali and the Urinary Infection'.
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I oh so wish there will be a second series, but given the fact that this one took 5 years to make according to the beebs' site, I shake with potential disappointment. I'd love a Nelson doll though. My other half's favourite character is foulmouthed Vince the fox, voiced by the same actor who played the annoying fake celebrity interviewer "Dennis Pennis" (!!!??!!!)
Apparently it shares most of the production staff with a cult Channel 4 show "Pets" (track it down via YouTube)- I prefer Mongrels. Be there or be rhomboid!
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