Great moments from the BBC Two archive.
Terry tries to surprise Bob on his scooter.
Basil struggles to improve the class of his hotel's clientele.
The Minister of Administrative Affairs discovers he's the new Prime Minister.
John McEnroe is at breakfast with his parents.
The reprobates from Scumbag College are up against Footlights College on a TV quiz show.
Victoria Wood performs 'Let's Do It'.
The Cat leaps from an air vent, looking nice and dangerous.
A protest by farmers leaves Alan under a cow.
Ted and Ralph share an awkward moment together.
A policeman sketches a criminal's furious facial features.
Tubbs discovers a stranger touching things in her local shop.
Ricky chooses his favourite clip, which contains his favourite line from the whole series.
While Lauren is stuck in detention she asks her teacher why she "speaks funny".
A sports pundit's excitement about football.
George Dawes sings the Baked Potato song, which tells the story of potato love.
Fergus asks Terri to pull together a press release for the 'Networked Nation' policy.
Two suburban housewives find a way to wreak revenge on their unloving, selfish husbands.
David & Maureen meet someone stranger than them when they're forced to hitch-hike.
Charlie Higson and Rhys Thomas remember Felix Dexter in Bellamy's People.
Rob and Steve find dramatic inspiration in the countryside.
The Dragons' Den moguls consider another Harry & Paul pitch.
Meet the Kooky Girls, the girls that can sell you anything.
Phil sees Sam’s phone call as the opportunity of a lifetime.
The art thieves fall foul of the spirited pet dog.