The BEST Episodes of The Mitchell and Webb Situation

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Aug 6, 2020

Network: Play UK

David Mitchell and Robert Webb's riotous comedy show, The Mitchell and Webb Situation, gushes forth an hilarious stream of surreal and quirkily inventive sketches self-penned by the talented duo. Originally made for UKTV’s much missed channel, Play uk, its cult success catapulted the stars into their acting roles in Channel 4's hugely successful – and Bafta-nominated – Peep Show.

Episode 3

#1 - Episode 3

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Oct 20, 2001

Sketches include the annoyed pub conversation man, the dirty phone calls and the over-safe stuntman.

star 8.58
79 votes
Directors: David Kerr
Writers: David Mitchell, Robert Webb
Episode 6

#2 - Episode 6

Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired Nov 10, 2001

Sketches include The Early 1990s House, soldiers who cannot live without their mobile phones, and a man who is guilty about other people doing jobs for him.

star 7.91
44 votes
Directors: David Kerr
Writers: David Mitchell, Robert Webb
Episode 2

#3 - Episode 2

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Oct 13, 2001

Sketches include the poor stage actor, the man alone in the restaurant and the noise-making bar staff.

star 7.81
86 votes
Directors: David Kerr
Writers: David Mitchell, Robert Webb
Episode 4

#4 - Episode 4

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Oct 27, 2001

Sketches include Changing Meals, a somewhat worrying library visitor, and a child who asked some difficult questions.

star 7.28
47 votes
Directors: David Kerr
Writers: David Mitchell, Robert Webb
Episode 5

#5 - Episode 5

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired Nov 3, 2001

Sketches include a disturbing artist on a daytime art show, a porn magazine proof-reader, and backpacking around England.

star 7.04
73 votes
Directors: David Kerr
Writers: David Mitchell, Robert Webb
Episode 1

#6 - Episode 1

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Oct 6, 2001

Sketches include the money-making farmer, the rubbish poisoner and the spoon designers.

star 6.82
119 votes
Directors: David Kerr
Writers: David Mitchell, Robert Webb