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Drugged-out Shaun Ryder (Walliams) and classically-trained dancer and musical star Bez (Lucas) discuss their roots, daily living routine and a rather nice package holiday they went on. (24 December 2000)
A Take That reunion is planned at Gary Barlow's room at the YMCA. While waiting for the others, Barlow, Theakston and Howard Donald play the Take That board game. It seems only Barlow .. show full overview
An interview with Matt and David, on the origins of Rock Profile and their career together.
Both argue about who has had more success, and list their successful songs. Tom Jones (Walliams) keeps confusing celebrities who have complimented him; for example he believed that Elvis .. show full overview
Elton (Lucas) is self-centred and abusive towards Theakston and David Furnish (Walliams). He appears to be unaware of world events, guessing the price of a loaf of bread is £80. His .. show full overview
The band lose and change members with every new scene between the music played in the episode. They highlight their rivalary with Spandau Ballet, while correctly claiming they had no .. show full overview
The male members of Steps are again portrayed as children. They plan to launch a range of Steps merchandise including the 'Steps Knife'. They talk of their showbiz party in McDonald's .. show full overview
The remaining male members of 'The Fizz' sit rancorous in a bedsit, seething with bile over the traitorous Jay Aston. (4 February 2001)
The Chemical Brothers appear as desperately lonely figures, sitting mutated and socially incapable in their caravan, picking out which novelty LPs to put on at their next show. Air, .. show full overview
Benny and Björn believe their songs were very political, like that Dancing Queen was actually about communism. They get confused who was married to which and there is a short lived reunion. (18 February 2001)
George ( Walliams) returns for an interview after his first was hijacked by Andrew Ridgely. However, Geri Halliwell (Lucas) consistently interrupts and expresses her love for George, despite his assertions that he is gay. (25 February 2001)
Bono (Walliams) is an irritating pompous Englishman, who loves to phone "Salman Rushton" for purely self-publicising reasons and can't understand why his bandmates persist in speaking .. show full overview
Damon Albarn (Lucas) attempts to portray himself as a cockney with a working-class background; however it is clear that the interests he professes are unfounded, such as his nominal .. show full overview
In allusions to the band's infamous appearance on the Clive Anderson show, the Bee Gees conduct a steely interview, whereby Barry (Walliams) is in charge and the others will only speak .. show full overview
This was a feature length special, comprising of both new characters and the return of some previous ones. Gary Barlow decides to organise a charity single for ""the blind"", and ropes in Rownan Keating to help him.
Behind the scenes of Rock The Blind
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