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Highlights from a typical medieval bestiary are spotlighted on "The Made-Up Planet" (animated).
Vile Victorians: Be an exploited child labourer and get absolutely no compensation from Victorian Claims Direct (advertisement). Frightful First World War: Twisted Fairytales: "The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe" (urinating on boots to soften the leather).
Twisted Fairytales: "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" (Saxon punishments). Song: Gorgeous Georgians: "A Gorgeous Georgian Lady".
Lyrics by Terry Deary (adapted from his book Gorgeous Georgians). Sketches: Measly Middle Ages: A hapless thief tries to mug a flagellant.
A chimney sweep and his young apprentice face unexpected obstacles on the job. A soldier's frantic hunt for his lucky charms might prove lucky itself.
Gorgeous Georgians: "Historical Wife Swap": Lord and Lady Posh from the Manor swap with the Peasant family of Poorville. Rotten Romans: Imagine spot: Things to remember when you're a galley slave (parody of airline passenger announcements. Groovy Greeks: Chat show "Greek Myth Talk" tells the lurid story of Kronos and his attempt at filicide.
Performed by Ben Willbond, Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby and Jim Howick. Pee-sil Non-Bio Laundry Detergent (two parts, parody of Persil).
Sketches: Rotten Romans: The pre-gladiatorial custom of staging fights at funerals. Frightful First World War: Lice wars (partly animated). City officials discuss how to curb defecating out of windows--while walking below them.
Measly Middle Ages: HHTV News: taking a census for the Domesday Book.
Supporting cast was headed by Sarah Hadland, Lawry Lewin and Dominique Moore.
Notable guest stars are indicated in the episode in which they appear, or in the case of recurring roles, on first appearance.
Asgot the Clumsy attempts to bluff his way into Valhalla--to avoid the Viking equivalent of hell. Rotten Romans: HHTV News: Bob Hale's Roman Report touches on the Year of the Five Emperors and the Six emperors in 238 CE.
Potty Pioneers: Captain Robert Scott is well-prepared for his disastrous race to the South Pole. Caligula tries improving his image with the help of a speechwriter. Song: No song is included in this episode (for the only time in series history).