Pretty much what it says on the tin this one. A nice, wholesome festive special with a big blocked toilet to celebrate. The nationally infamous Gatwick drones also reappear and Fred has to remind everyone stuck at the airport of the real meaning of Christmas. Cameo appearance from Barry’s Burgers and Barry. To round off the episode, the boys analyse some interesting reviews of A Christmas Carol and Love Actually. Happy New Year.
Episode 27 kicks off with the second and final installment of the Chestnut King saga. Will George escape from prison to be reunited with Dungus and his father? Meanwhile, Fred designs some kind of Christmas advert featuring the skeleton of Elvis before finishing the show by lashing out at a terrible “existential” Choose Your Own Story.
Episode 26, laughably described by George as Episode 25 in the opening minutes, features the return of Fred’s wife, Xanet. She’s got a long list of marital demands that encapsulates the compromises necessary for a successful union. Gerard Depardieu, Ratatouille (the 2007 motion picture), Marion Cotillard, French Poodles, The Count of Monte Cristo and baguettes all make an appearance. The point is, she’s French. It also contains the debut of a TBC question, a hypothetical situation so sprawling, so majestic and so nutty that it just wouldn’t fit into one episode. Agony Plowd rounds the episode off. Bon Appetit.
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Yet again George has found himself in a life or death situation at the hands of a mysterious uncle. Will he terminate his termite enemies, or will he just end up with ants in his pants? Discover the exciting conclusion in episode 25!
Also Fred in Venice talking about poo and sewage, yes big surprise there.