Episode 5

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Limmy's Show, Series 3 Episode 5 of 6

Duration: 30 minutes

Raymond Day, the psychic with the never-ending stream of bad news from the other side, hosts another edition of Paraside, but this time a spirit is not all it seems. Meanwhile fearless 1950s drug experimenter, Larry Forsyth once again joins Dr Stuart to record more bizarre experiences and the effects of taking Pandaemonium.

Adding to the character pieces are more of Limmy's observations, running sketches and stand-alone pieces. In this episode, Limmy's addiction to gaming really gets in the way of the show; he is determined to get those everyday conversations just right as he rehearses some opening gambits and he suggests a well placed mime might get you out of some pretty serious scrapes. Also something weird keeps happening with Limmy's Facebook photos and no matter how hard he tries, he just can't escape the cameras.

Meanwhile, two creepy puppets are causing havoc at the office and one man grabs his beloved parka and heads to the park to make the most of a windy day.

Limmy's Show! is written, performed and directed by one of comedy's most original minds, Brian Limond - and this third series is packed with fast-paced sketches, series defining characters, a cavalcade of new creations and Limmy's trademark impressive visuals and offbeat observations.

Brian Limond plays the main characters and he is supported by his cast: Paul McCole, Alan McHugh and Kirstin McLean who play a wide range of characters and roles. Limmy's Show! is a Comedy Unit production for BBC Scotland.

Credits

Producer
Jacqueline Sinclair
Executive Producer
Rab Christie
Director
Brian Limond
Writer
Brian Limond
Actor
Brian Limond
Actor
Paul McCole
Actor
Alan McHugh

Broadcasts

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