He says the service is free, but starts the expensive prices announcement. However, when the caller asks for upper tier tickets, it thinks he is asking for back of the venue tickets, but the caller says its correct. Before this the man says its number four only for Horace to play number two with that being Terry Tibbs, the man then says that's not the one, before on the second attempt Horace correctly plays Georges voice. The Service thinks he is asking for a two-bedroom house in Borehamwood for £1,380 per calendar month. It mines stereotypes, accents, and broad ethnic humor for its laughs and veers into territory that some people might consider racist. The man says he will sell it for £1250 if Terry asks using a woman's voice. He later asks about for bringing his wife and children, and asks for the age limits before giving their ages.
Every time he reminds the man of the prize money, he plays a tape playing a jingle in which the soundsystem blows up on the third attempt. He informs the locksmith some of his family have died due to the same reason, only to fall into the snake pit himself while still on the phone. The mysterious Fonejacker often places calls in character as people from various ethnic groups, and some of the shtick can seem borderline racist. The scrapyard owner refuses to do so as the man does not have the documents, annoyed by this he smashes the window only to set the alarm off, and get assaulted by the man who owns the car. The vet is too far away so he can't be seen.
When she replies yes, he says it's a shame, as if she said no. George also gives a long description about how he chooses the winner, which includes a meeting of delegates. You probably hear Janec's compositions in Polish supermarket. He gives a very long direct number to Zimbabwe which reads 0042 8146148040774281438145997. The woman he is talking to says the workers do not take that many at all, and Janec then says he can be taken on for cheap labour, only for the woman to think he is aiming to compete with the workforce and hang up 2. George offers to pay the man back as long as he gives his bank details before the man declines. The sketches featuring Mr Doovdé are based around phone calls he makes to various electrical retailers and the difficulty he encounters when attempting to obtain information about the products they sell.
He soon refuses and hangs up. They include: Bijan: Seen once only, in Episode 1. Bijan is a motorcycling paparazzi looking for the perfect shot of David Beckham. Both series have been released on including special features such as Unseen Material and audio commentaries. Do they cross the line into racism? He is big down under if, ahem, you know what we mean.
Mr Broadbandings confuses the man by thinking he is after train tickets, and then offering tickets for flights, and before the man hangs up, saying that he is no longer interested, despite Mr Broadbandings efforts to offer tickets for. Terry then becomes angry and tells the man to fuck off. George is forced to terminate the call as he takes her first answer, being Thursday, which is incorrect. He refuses to take any offer less than £4,200 pounds, so Terry sings his offer of £3,700 to convince Cameron but is not interested. The automated service also understands the caller wants two tickets, but on the first attempt instead. Voiced by: Seen in animation to be a camel riding Middle Eastern gentleman, Mr Doovdé is a complete technophobe. The first 'victim' seems aware he is being given a prank or hoax call, as he seems aware he has to give a bank account number and sort code even before George requests this from him, and does not seem surprised he has won when George gets a penny to remove the silver panel on the card.
Thumbless Baker: Seen in the first episode only. After being bedazzled by the video, Mr Miggins becomes frustrated as he doesn't know how to close the video, not to mention his wife trying to enter the room, all of which is heard by the man on the other end of the phone. He then gets back to the point of the call, saying he wants to pay her the monies, and she says it's too good to be true. Voiced by: Jimmy is an 'Ozzie over here' who can't go two minutes without bringing the conversation round to his favourite subject - sex. He asks if she is a bird lover.
The man declines despite the fact that Mr Broadbandings claims it is better than as the channels are not good, compared to the four channels that Mr Broadbandings is offering, them being two sports channelsings, the free movie a month, and. He then says the display is for a celebration of his divorce, and says he is thinking of having it round his house, his wife's or his father in-law's. He is put through to Terry Tibbs who accuses him of trying to ring George back to give his bank details. Mr Miggins an old man who just cant get used to the internet anything in the modern world. Voiced by: Stanley is a sweet schoolboy who's misguided requests to strangers are anything but innocent. But, y' know, like, dey do do dat do' don't dey dough? Do you you think I'm silly? Terry then asks Anthony who the last person he spoke to was, with it being his girlfriend. Customers who are not happy with the telephone manner of the Indian Call Centre employees are transferred to the boss of the Indian Call Centre.
What this Antipodean likes is plenty of action and he's going to get it wherever he can - they're coming in left, right and centre, so he needs a sturdy bed with plenty of room to roll around. Donald then asks in a sexual manner if he would like to spend time with him, only for the man he is talking with to hang up and hold his head in his hands, while the Fonejacker laughs. The man he is talking to informs him they are illegal to sell on the market due to being a registered trademark, to which the Chinese man says he can sell them on the Internet. They also guess the name of the song correctly, after asking him to sing the first part again. Some practical jokes can be dangerous or have potential to damage property or feelings -- do you think prank calls have less risk? The man is seen to the audience, as someone who has been living on an island for many years due to a plane crash.
And don't think he's not on to you if you have him under surveillance. When the woman on the phone refuses, she also refuses the amounts of 300 bags down to 25 bags, and angrily tells him that he has to go somewhere else for that amount and hangs up. It is revealed in this segment that the leader of the gang is called Charlie Wong. The man qualifies for an over-80s discount. . Anthony says it lasts for seven minutes, with Terry asking in reply if they'll be the greatest seven minutes he'll see of fireworks.
Street cleaner picks up and Fonejacker pretends to be restaurant boss and asks why he is late for work. There's many more people Kayvan Novak does in this show some pranks are shown while most are shown in animation but who cares it is still funny. Terry later asks if she has anything else to sell, which is a Hi-Fi, and a sofa. Companies he has worked for include 'Feed Spaghetti Through Your Jap's Eye till Your Balls Turn Bluetooth Solutions Incorporated' and 'Wet Look Gel Your Crotch and Make a Quiff With Your Pubes I. Voiced by: A true Cockney wide boy with a significant amount of experience and nous, Terry likes to do a bit of wheeling and dealing. The man stops his car before the threat, only to be towed away for illegal parking. The only thing soft about him is his hair.