British Sitcoms

Enter the name of the sitcom, corresponding to the given clue, into the box
Sitcoms released after 1992
Both radio and television broadcast
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Last updated: August 31, 2017
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'Brilliant' air-dot flying through a letter of the alphabet each episode
Cabin Pressure
'You marveled! I saw you marvel! He distinctly marveled'
Hyperdrive
'The doors had opened. Evil doors, dark doors, doors to the beyond'
Garth Marenghi's Dark Place
Customer-harassing owner of a second-hand book shop
Black Books
'Stephen? This is Clem Fandango. Can you hear me?'
Toast of London
Two dysfunctional friends quibble in this flat POV
Peep Show
Silent singers, Nazis, and Beanie Babies
Psychoville
'Go on!' it's Craggy Island
Father Ted
Open another bottle of Bolli, darling
Absolutely Fabulous
Domain of oddballs. And a giant moth
House of Fools
Flower children produce underground magazine, 'Mouth', in 1960's
Hippies
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Lifelong septuagenarian friends defy social stereotypes. Och!
Still Game
New-age Americans invade lifestyle of 'Chief Ken'
Cuckoo
'Try turning it off and on again.' ~Word
The IT Crowd
Essex treasure-hunters dance the gold dance
Detectorists
'Anger. Pain. Fear. Aggression.'
Spaced
Priest in urban Hackney struggling with small congregation
Rev
'The rise of the idiots'
Nathan Barley
Will they? Won't they? They'll certainly drive to work together
Car share
'Harumble!' A life sadly smashed...then restored happily a bit
Bleak Expectations
Conniving wouldn't-be-entertainer miserable to all around him
Lead Balloon
Malapropism-ist with delusions of grandma, surrounded by half wits
Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show
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