Spitting Image Season 1
Spitting Image Season 1
First Air Date: February 26, 1984
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1x12 Episode 12 (June 17, 1984)
Prince William wants to be the next King, and tries to convince Prince Charles to abdicate before he's even gained the throne. While Margaret Thatcher is giving Norman Fowler a scrub down in the bath, he wonders if they should give teachers a pay rise.
1x11 Episode 11 (June 10, 1984)
In 'Jesus, havent you gone to bed yet?', the Pope gets bored with a missionary worker telling his story and encourages the speaker to be hip and cool. Meanwhile, Sir John Gielgud dreams of sheep...
1x10 Episode 10 (June 03, 1984)
While leech Rupert Murdoch shows off some of his excess to millions in 'Gracious Living', Neil Kinnock ponders his response to an offer of appearing on 'The Tube'. Can a simple game of Monopoly realy highlight the dysfunctionality of the Royal Family?
1x09 Episode 9 (May 27, 1984)
Can the Shadow Cabinet afford the electricity this week? Meanwhile, in the current edition of 'Criminal Libel', Margaret Thatcher, Norman Tebbit and Geoffrey Howe appear to have met their match in the shape of presenter Harold Angryperson.
1x08 Episode 8 (May 20, 1984)
While Denis Norden peddles his latest clips programme, even he's taken aback at some plastic surgery being carried out by David Coleman and Barry Manilow. In this week's episode of 'Master Class' it's a face-off between Julian Lloyd-Webber and Henry Cooper - who will be victorious?
1x07 Episode 7 (May 13, 1984)
As Mary Whitehouse continues to disapprove, David Atenborough's knowledge of wildlife is tested by a panel of experts. Meanwhile, Roy Jenkins and David Owen complain about other epople's ability to be funnier than themselves...
1x06 Episode 6 (April 15, 1984)
As Lord Lucan continues to hide down the front of Cyril Smith's trousers, David Coleman commentates on the latest football match from Beirut. Margaret Thatcher tries to convince a sceptical Sir Robin Day on the benefits of cannibalism.
1x05 Episode 5 (April 08, 1984)
With her party looming ever closer, can The Queen maintain grace under pressure as her dysfunctional family continue to show her up? Still evading Attenborigh's clutches, has Anthony the Anteater met his match in Prince Philip?
1x04 Episode 4 (April 01, 1984)
Ronald Reagan is busy plucking his nostrils as Prince Philip tries to introduce baby Prince William to the joys of rabbiting. David Attenborough's latest programme may incite Dennis Thatcher to lascivious behaviour , but has he met his match with Anthony the Anteater?
1x03 Episode 3 (March 18, 1984)
As a parasitic version of Janet Street-Porter speaks to you live and direct from Nancy Regan's navel, Jeremy Wilcox is in his back garden at No. 9 Downing Street, London, flirting with Prime Minsiter Margaret Thatcher over the hedge. Prince Charles pays a starnge visit to the Falklands while Lawson is interrogated by Thatcher and Norman Tebbit over the budget - with dire consequences!
1x02 Episode 2 (March 04, 1984)
Thatcher is seranaded by her Cabinet in the back garden of Number 10 while Mary Whitehose strengthens her convictions about how awful Spitting Image really is. Dylan is still protesting - this time against pants - and Sir Robin Day may finally have met his match on this week's 'Question Time'
1x01 Episode 1 (February 26, 1984)
While Margaret Thatcher impersonates the Queen, can Joan collins really be in bed with John McEnroe? As Bob Dylan protests against the use of cheese, Mick Jagger gets in trouble whilst abusing other dairy products. Meanwhile, in 'The Presidents Brain Is Missing', President Reagan wakes up in bed with a stuffed monkey...