In his appearance, he babysits the son of a couple who are about to go out for a work function.
After contributors give him some money, he blatantly places stickers on embarrassing body parts, such as the genital region or breasts and on someone's rear in a deleted scene. Played by: David Walliams Episodes: Radio Show; Season 1, episodes 4 and 5 Catchphrase: I love you Anne and I need you Anne Peter Andre is a royal BBC correspondent who gets sacked after first making surreal and false claims about the Royal Family (such as Prince Charles having magical powers, describing The Queen as "The Main One" and mistaking Princess Eugenie for her mother, Sarah, Duchess of York) and then expressing his love for Princess Anne through song.
He later attempts to enter a royal garden party to give her some drawings, despite being scruffy and without trousers, and is turned away by police. There are also two deleted scenes in which Peter Andre appears backstage at the Royal Variety Performance and at a drug rehab centre.
Letty also appears in the Little Britain video game.
In a deleted scene, she lives in a small village called "Slut".
In the 2009 Comic Relief for Red nose day, comedian Catherine Tate stars as Carol's counterpart who is evaluating Carol to see if she makes standards to keep her job during the credit crunch.
Carol was considered to appear in Lucas and Walliams' new comedy Come Fly with Me, working as a Check in manager for Flylo Airlines, but was rejected as David Walliams didn't want it to be a spinoff of Little Britain.
Played by: David Walliams Appearances: Starting in Series 2 Catchphrase: "Computer says no....
(coughs)" as well as offering bizarre substitutes to requests.
for one day and it was a scene where [Lindsay's] now husband [Justin] and another guy were fighting over her,” Chrishell said in an interview with TV Deeva a few years ago.
Played By: David Walliams Appearances: Season 3 Alan works for the Donkey Hospice in the town of Achingballs.
Upon discovering that the request cannot be met, she will answer with a deadpan "Computer says no." As a travel agent, she would then follow up her refusal with an offer of a strange, and often unhelpful substitute, of the kind that the customer is very unlikely to agree to, such as (when the client asked for a flight to Orlando) "I've got a flight to Guildford" or (when asked for a boat ride for two people) "There is one place left. " She is unwilling to use any human initiative to help her customers further, and will instead cough in their face to get them to go away.