Internet sensation Limmy makes the jump to television in a sketch comedy series. Writer/performer/director/web designer Brian Limond's cast includes hard bitten ex-junkie Jacquelline McCafferty, urban menace John-Paul, and deep thinker Dee Dee. Plus, Limmy pops up regularly as Limmy, making some extremely Limmy-like observations on life
In this episode, more intriguing characters, animations and diversions, as zoned-out waster Dee Dee makes an important discovery, the supercomputer rights the wrongs of certain denim wearers, primary school power broker Wee Gary buys some sannies, an old pal calls to speak to adventure game host Falconhoof live on air - and Limmy discovers his doppelganger.
Ahead of the second series, a one-off special featuring sketches from the previous episodes. Sketches include adventure phone in host Falconhoof, zoned-out waster Dee Dee, urban menace John Paul, silver haired businessman Mr Mulvaney, primary school power broker Wee Gary and hard-bitten ex-junkie Jacqueline McCafferty. Plus Limmy gets off the swings and wants advice on how to get to Millport.
One of Scotland's most original comedy talents, Limmy, is back with another series of offbeat sketches, animations and musings. Get reacquainted with Falconhoof the adventure phone-in host as he gets a new sidekick, and zoned-out waster Dee Dee as he blasts off into space - and get to know the experimental Larry Forsyth, psychic medium Raymond Day and the calamitous Major Boo Boo
Drug experimenter Larry Forsyth plucks up the courage to do battle with his interviewer, and Dee Dee bumps into a newsreader and contemplates national notoriety. Award-winning comedy with sketches, characters and observations courtesy of one of Scotland's most unique comic voices, Limmy. Drug experimenter Larry Forsyth plucks up the courage to do battle with his interviewer, Dee Dee bumps into a newsreader and contemplates national notoriety, plus we drop in on some sparkling party chat.
Another spellbinding ascent into the curious and hilarious mind of Limmy. What happens to a small community when its famous children's television show Dream Scheme is cancelled? Elsewhere, Limmy uses all his powers of deduction to fathom which toilet door is the Gents. Falconhoof wrestles with a caller keen to send him back 'whence he came' and has Jacqueline McCafferty finally found true love? Award-winning comedy from Brian Limond.
For the first time ever, Limmy's Show! goes live with carefully orchestrated sketches, stunts, and audience participation. What could possibly go wrong? Also, Falconhoof introduces smelly-vision into his Adventure Call quest, Dee Dee has the night of his life after stumbling upon a bin bag full of goodies outside a charity shop and can you really escape all your problems by flying up into the clouds?
TV psychic Raymond Day hosts another edition of Paraside, but this time a spirit is not all it seems, while fearless 1950s drug experimenter Larry Forsyth once again joins Dr Stuart to record his experiences of taking Pandaemonium. Plus, Limmy's addiction to gaming gets in the way of the show, two creepy puppets cause havoc in an office and a man grabs his beloved jacket and heads to the park to make the most of a windy day.
Compilation of sketches from the BAFTA-award winning comedy series starring writer-performer-director Brian Limond aka Limmy. Limmy's Show has run for three series on BBC2 Scotland and introduced such legendary recurring characters as hard-bitten frequently-paranoid ex-junkie Jacqueline McCafferty, adventure game TV phone-in host Falconhoof, deep-thinker and zoned-out waster Dee Dee and showbiz psychic who specialises in bad news Raymond Day.
Festive comedy sketches from BAFTA-winning creator Brian Limond. Join Limmy as he disposes of an unwanted party guest, Jacqueline McCafferty hits the toy shop, Dee Dee receives a warning from an old pal, Mr Mulvaney plays Santa at the office party - and Falconhoof encounters a festive caller in need. A Christmas special like no other!
Limmy introduces a chronological compilation of his non-TV stuff, from his early pre-YouTube sketches, to his Vines, to his present-day livestreaming. He recalls his journey from being a web developer to having his own sketch show, and how it all began with a spur-of-the-moment video that he uploaded to his website. Highlights along the way include how to make a dance music video with a straw stuck to your face, the rare first sighting of Limmy’s beloved character Dee Dee, a vine for arachnophobes to avoid and an outdoor livestream where Limmy gets all the fame he ever wished for.