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This is the sixth episode of the second series of That Mitchell and Webb Look. It is the twelfth episode overall. It originally aired March 27th, 2008.[1]

SynopsisEdit

Off-beat comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. An actor gets naked for the sake of his art. A horse has a birthday, but won't try the cake. There's a sexy scarecrow and a maths-crazed robot trying to take over the world. Why has the UN decided unanimously to declare war on Bill Oddie?[2]

Sketch ListEdit

SketchesEdit

Picture Title/Description/Cast Sidenotes
Identitykiller1

Identitykiller2
The Identity Killer
Runner: The police have trouble dealing with a criminal in spite of the frequency with which he reveals his identity.
  • Inspector Daniels: David Mitchell
  • Policeman #1: Robert Webb
  • Identity Killer (Eric Hale): Mark Evans
  • Policeman #2: James Bachman
  • Policewoman: Sarah Hadland
  • Audience Member #1: Olivia Colman
Helivetsfish
Helivets: Goldfish
Recurring: The Helivets try to save a goldfish.
Scarecrow1

Scarecrow2

Scarecrow3
Scarecrow
A man struggles to compete with an enchanted scarecrow on a dinner date.
  • Scarecrow: Robert Webb
  • Liam: Robert Webb
  • Jill: Sarah Hadland
  • Steve James Bachman
  • Tara: Olivia Colman
  • Dave (Voice): Unknown
Identitykiller3
The Identity Killer: Part II
Runner: Even with the killer in the room, the police can't seem to put the pieces together.
Bathscene1

Bathscene2
The Bath Scene
Runner: A director discusses a film's nudity while an actor searches for reassurance.
  • Dan: Robert Webb
  • Director: David Mitchell
  • The sketch spoofs on Robert Webb's experience filming the 2006 movie Confetti, where the film showed him naked and uncensored without him knowing.
Billodie
The War on Bill Oddie
Tired of the war on terrorism, the UN declares a war on Bill Oddie to bring the world together towards a more achievable cause.
  • News Reporter: David Mitchell
  • Nicholas Blakeforth: Robert Webb
  • Emmanuel Akinkube: Terence Maynard
  • Eerily enough, this sketch seems to have forecasted the allegations against Jimmy Saville after his death.
Bathscene3

Bathscene4
The Bath Scene: Part II
Runner: The director runs through several drastic changes to shooting his film.
  • Dan: Robert Webb
  • Director: David Mitchell
Farmerhorsebirthday
Farmer and Horse: Birthday
Recurring: A farmer tries to get his horse to give a speech for his birthday.
  • Farmer: Robert Webb
Colinrayfootball

Colinrayfootball2
Colin and Ray: Football
Recurring: Ray gets in a fight with Colin about the concept of using "we" to describe his relationship to his hometeam.
  • Colin: Robert Webb
  • Ray: David Mitchell
Bootsalechalice
Boot Sale: Holy Grail
Recurring: A man discovers the Holy Grail at a boot sale.
  • Owner: Robert Webb
  • Man: David Mitchell
Btsbald
Behind the Scenes: David's Wig
David wants to make sure nobody knows that he's actually bald.
  • David Mitchell: Himself
  • Robert Webb: Himself
Numberwanghistory1

Numberwanghistory2

Numberwanghistory3

Numberwanghistory4

Numberwanghistory5

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Numberwanghistory7
The History of Numberwang!
Recurring: Sir Kim Bassinger walks us through the comprehensive history of Numberwang!, featuring Colosson, the Numberwang-computing robot.
  • Sir Kim Bassinger / Simons / Reg: David Mitchell
  • Show Hosts: Robert Webb
  • Programme Announcer / Julies: Olivia Colman
  • Bertrand Russell: Gus Brown
  • Boffin / Scientist #2: Toby Davies
  • Tom / Man #1: Mark Evans
  • Scientist #3 / Man #2: James Bachman
  • Simon (Recycled Footage): Paterson Joseph
  • Robert Webb reprises his character from the British Broadcasting Corporation sketches when portraying the original host of Numberwang!.

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