Big Train Season 1
Big Train Season 1
First Air Date: November 09, 1998
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1x07 Episode 7 (January 01, 0001)
1x06 Episode 6 (December 14, 1998)
The World Stare-Out Championships reach a thrilling climax as Kampagnola takes on Spatsky. Florence Nightingale is shown in a whole new light, a group of office workers react to the appointment of their new boss and Chairman Mao is found in another unusual setting.
1x05 Episode 5 (December 07, 1998)
A visit from Darryl Hall and John Oates to a deprived council estate causes as much anger as optimism. A daredevil embarks on some crazy antics and Chairman Mao is in 'Top of the Pops' mode. The World Stare-Out Championships features Wallace versus Popstopolous.
1x04 Episode 4 (November 30, 1998)
The difficulties of being a police sketch artist are uncovered and there is an alternative interpretation of the famous film 'Matter of Life'. Adolf Hitler is in an unusually jovial frame of mind and the World Stare-Out Championships continue with Nanak versus Duran.
1x03 Episode 3 (November 23, 1998)
Missing Persons Appeal on a fairground ride; Dr. Jekyll and Very Tart; 43rd World Stare-Out Championships; Misters; Ming the Domesticated; Nuns in Captivity; fake psychiatrist; Professor BBQ Pictures; Ming the Unwell; permanent squirrel costume; The Monks and The Johnny; Shakespeare Lookalikes; fake magician; teaching son to ride his bike with varying successes; the hymnast.
1x02 Episode 2 (November 16, 1998)
Unwilling policeman; something's spooked the jockeys; My Name is Paul, I'm 52-and-a-half-years-old; (costume) cat and mouse fight; The Monk and the statued nipple; wanking in the office; jockeys in the will being preyed-upon by The Artist Formerly Known as Prince; "I've turned into a ventriloquist's dummy"; Stare-Out Stare-Break; Small Train, Big Hand, Size-Perception Issues; horse suicide; dating agency - going for the opposite to normal type of date; postman-hitman; hypnotists; Stare-Out Richard Gere; uh-huh-huh, hu-huh, uh-uh-uh-huh-huh.
1x01 Episode 1 (November 09, 1998)
Woman asks for directions in France in English; the boss who continually escapes his employees chasing-up of owed bonuses; the Inquisition; the 43rd stare-out world championships, disturbed by a streaker; Jesus vs. Satan (office bullying); radio dj using child slave labour for puns; The Bee Gees gunfight with Chaka Khan; surgeon taking a call at an inappropriate moment; childlike adults dressed for the hunt but wanting to be firemen.