Monkey Trousers (2005)

30m
Running Time

1
Seasons

7
Episodes

May 20, 2005
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
6.7
Monkey Trousers

Monkey Trousers (2005)

30m
Running Time

1
Seasons

7
Episodes

May 20, 2005
Release Date

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Plot.

Monkey Trousers was a short-lived comedy series on ITV in 2005, featuring Alistair McGowan, John Thomson, Ronni Ancona, Mackenzie Crook, Griff Rhys Jones, Neil Morrissey, Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Marc Wootton and Steve Coogan. It was directed by David Kerr and produced by Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves' production company, Pett Productions. It succeeded The All Star Comedy Show, which was written by Reeves and Mortimer, and produced by Coogan. Sketches of the show included the moronic, yet fearless 'Croc Botherer', Roy the eerie, lonely toy-shopkeeper, Alistair the hopeless estate agent, who replies to every question with "I don't know", the swearing chef, and the 'Geordie Astronauts'. A DVD of the series was released on 4 July 2005.

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Release Date
May 20, 2005

Status
Returning Series

Seasons
1

Episodes
7

Running Time
30m

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Monkey Trousers is a television comedy series on ITV first broadcast in 2005, featuring Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Alistair McGowan, Steve Coogan, John Thomson, Ronni Ancona, Mackenzie Crook, Griff Rhys Jones, Alex Lowe, Neil Morrissey, Patsy Palmer, Rebecca Front, Marc Wootton, Matt Berry and Mark Benton. It was directed by David Kerr and produced by Reeves and Mortimer's production company, Pett Productions. It succeeded The All Star Comedy Show, which was written by and starring Reeves and Mortimer, and produced by Coogan, who also starred.

Sketches of the show included a character who liked to run around shouting the show's title "Monkey Trousers" (Reeves), the moronic, yet fearless 'Croc Botherer' and Alistair the hopeless estate agent, who replies to every question with "I don't know" (both played by Mortimer), the swearing chef (Thomson), the 'Geordie Astronauts' (played by Reeves, Mortimer and Benton), a shouting policeman (Morrissey), a 1950s footballer (McGowan), and Roy the eerie, lonely toy-shopkeeper (Coogan).

A DVD of the series was released on 4 July 2005, which includes the unaired episode.

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