Yeah but, no but, yeah but, no please no more Little Britain

Originally a radio show but made into the hit BBC series, Little Britain ran between 2003 and 2007. Written by and starring David Walliams Matt Lucas the show became a hugh success.

Even Matt Lucas stated in 2017 he has come to agree criticism of the show.

Despite personally wanting to see the show make a come back for a long time attitudes change and this is one of those shows where what was once accepted just doesn’t fit in with our changing ways.

Marjorie Dawes is a prime example of a character that just doesn’t fit with today’s society.

As the runner of the local weight loss group ‘Fat Fighters’ not only would this be seen as fat shaming but a running ‘joke’ was against an indian character Meera who Marjorie pretended not to hear or understand.

(Picture: BBC) She loved the cake but I find it hard to think people would still love her in 2020.

Other characters that I couldn’t see work now without being very cringe are Emily Howard (the transvestite) and Gerald Pincher (Bitty).

(Picture: BBC) Just where is the funny in this anymore?

With David Walliams having now confirmed a return for Little Britain it remains to be seen just which classic characters make the return.

‘I would say there will definitely be some more Little Britain coming,’ the father-of-one revealed: ‘I can’t say when exactly but at the right time and place. It was fun coming back for radio because that’s where we started.’

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