British Comedy Series starring Gareth Hale and Norman Pace. Hale and Pace met while in Teacher training and bonded. They began performing comedy stand-up to supplement their teachers wages. After recording a single on-off special for London Weekend Television in Christmas 1986, they were given a full series in 1988. Their relationship with ITV lasted a decade, with most of their programmes going out around 10pm on a Sunday. Their most famous comic creations are the bouncers The Two Rons - also known as The Management; and children's TV presenters Billy (Hale) and Johnny (Pace). A number of their TV sketches caused controversy, especially a scene performed when they pretended to have microwaved a cat.
Recurring sketches Two Rons (with rubber chicken) Billy & Johnny Jed & Dave "Readings from my latest anthology", by Groovy Wordbender (1) Don't be a square, be a rhombus (2) Ain't got no Daddio, bastardio (3) Nitrous oxide - What a gas! Guy being greased, mimicking TV Series The Singing Detective Deliberate blooper segments Antique roadshowWatch Now:Amazon
Introducing the first episode of the long running comedy series by LWT featuring sketches and stand-up comedy performed by Gareth Hale and Norman Pace. Sketches include: The Management aka The Two Rons, Plea For World Peace, The Godfather, The Pavarotti Choir sings Status Quo, The Dustmen, Chicken Heads, Billy and Johnny make a baby, Etiqutte Panel Game, Northeners Song.Watch Now:Amazon