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Lou Todd und Andy Pipkin sind fiktive Figuren aus der Kult-BBC-Fernseh- und Radiosendung Little Britain, gespielt von David Walliams und Matt Lucas. Andys Schlagworte lauten "Ja, ich weiß", "Willst du das" und "(Ich) mag es nicht", während Lou's. Lou Todd und Andy Pipkin[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Auftreten: Staffel 1 bis 3. Zitate: „Ja, ich weiß!“, „Ich will. Ja, ich weiß” — Andy Pipkin Andy Pipkin ist ein Freund von Lou Todd. Über Schon immer täuscht er. Du kannst Little Britain Wiki helfen, indem du ihn erweiterst. Louis Bob Todd. Zugehörige Charaktere, Andy Pipkin. Darsteller, David Walliams. Synchronsprecher. - Erkunde Ivonne Maurers Pinnwand „Lou und Andy“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Lustig, Little britain, Lustig humor.
Andy Pipkin-Little Britain Neuheit Kunststoff Kreditkarte. Artikelzustand: Neu. Ca. EUR 3,05 + EUR 4,33 Versand. £2, Lieferung ca. Sa, 11 Jul - Fr, 24 Jul. Ja, ich weiß” — Andy Pipkin Andy Pipkin ist ein Freund von Lou Todd. Über Schon immer täuscht er. - Erkunde Ivonne Maurers Pinnwand „Lou und Andy“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Lustig, Little britain, Lustig humor.
Allerdings sind alle Ausflüge ausgebucht. Vicky Pollard befindet sich in einem Gefängnis in Thailand, weil sie des Drogenschmuggels bezichtig wird.
Ein Vertreter der britischen Botschaft will ihr helfen. Daffyd Thomas sollte eigentlich Flyer für die Neueröffnung von Myfanwys Bar am Strand von Mykonos verteilen, jedoch hält er keinen der homosexuellen für wirklich schwul, weshalb er nur sehr wenige Flyer verteilt.
Lou und Andy dürfen das Cockpit des Flugzeugs besuchen, wobei Andy eine Flugzeugdurchsage tätigen darf und weiter verbotenerweise einen Knopf drückt, was zu Turbulenzen führt.
Marjorie Dawes besucht eine Fat Fighters -Gruppe in Amerika, wobei sie sich sofort wieder unbeliebt macht und am Ende sogar verhaftet wird.
Carol Beer entschuldigt sich bei Jerry und Evelyn für Unannehmlichkeiten, die sie ihnen bereitet hat. Jedoch wird gleich darauf die Polizei verständigt.
Lou und Andy sind nach dem Flugzeugabsturz auf einer einsamen Insel gestrandet. Bilder Füge ein Bild zu dieser Galerie hinzu. Lou und Andy befinden sich noch immer auf der einsamen Insel, wobei Lou versucht Andy wo es geht zu helfen.
Später findet Andy am anderen Ende der Insel ein Hotelresort, wo er es sich gut gehen lässt Vicky Pollard muss sich nun vor Gericht verantworten, auch ihre Mutter kommt als Zeugin um eine Aussage zu machen.
Dudley baggert sofort die neue Freundin seines Bruders an, was Ting Tong selbstverständlich missfällt. Obwohl alle Kleider eine Nummer zu klein sind, probiert Bubbles die Klamotten.
Andy kehrt vom Hotel zurück und erzählt Lou was er dort Tolles erlebt hat. Der jedoch geht davon aus, dass Andy halluziniert. Dudley macht sich offensichtlich an Ivanka ran.
Weil sich Ting Tong deswegen unsexy fühlt, besucht sie einen Sexshop in der Stadt, wo sie zufälligerweise einen Sexfilm von Ivanka und den sieben Zwergen findet.
Anne wurde eine Audienz beim Papst gewährt. Als sie jedoch auf ihn trifft knutscht und schleckt sie ihn nur ab und wird von Papstdienern aus dem Raum geführt.
Andy lässt dies unbeeindruckt und geht zum Hotel zurück. Mann sucht nun in Marokko sein Piraten-Memoriespiel, wo er jedoch ebenfalls kein Erfolg hat.
These opinions are usually voiced by Lou as if Andy had said them previously. The comedy arises from the fact that the statement is usually very wise and profound and paints Andy as eloquent and educated off screen, in strong contrast to his ungrammatical speech and apparent lack of intelligence in the sketches.
For example: "dark chocolate has a bitter edge to it and lacks the oral ecstasy of its milkier cousin"; "Finland has a maudlin quality to it, rendering it unsuitable as a holiday destination"; "violence is the last bastion of moral cowardice"; "the natural world has a sublime beauty, unrivalled by anything man-made"; "the French can never be forgiven for surrendering to the German war machine and collaborating with their occupiers to set up the Vichy government "; "the only way to see London is via its ancient waterway, which is like a pulsating artery through the heart of this historic city"; and "the sea is a dark and brutal force that has dragged many an innocent to a watery grave".
Another recurring aspect of the sketches is that Andy often gets out of his wheelchair and performs complex actions while Lou's back is turned.
There are several different types of behaviour. The behaviour may include the wheelchair itself, such as when he got out of the new wheelchair Lou bought him, tipped it over and got back into his old one.
Another more unusual example is when he tipped his wheel chair over and lay on the ground to make it appear as if Lou's new Polish girlfriend had pushed him.
Lou reacts angrily "you evil Pole! Andy's behaviour is sometimes directed towards other wheelchair users: in one episode he pushed a date he didn't like because she was also in a wheelchair down some steps.
Typically, Andy's behaviour is rather mundane, such as pulling his trousers up by himself or going to the toilet. Occasionally, though, his actions are rather extreme, such as when he went skinny-dipping in a shark-filled tank or when he water-skied behind a Thames cruise boat.
A more graphic scene ensued in Little Britain USA when Andy attempted to pet a lion in the zoo but had his left hand chewed off as a result.
This is the first time Lou has actually seen Andy out of his wheelchair, although Andy is saved because the accompanied police ID sketch showed an African-American suspect, which fools Lou.
In the first of the Christmas specials Little Britain Abroad Andy and Lou are aboard a plane taking them to Florida when the pilots invite them into the cockpit, but Andy switches off the engines causing the plane to crash and killing all on board except Lou and Andy.
He also stood up later in the film to walk up the beach. Whilst Lou searches for food to survive on until they find rescue, Andy finds and apparently checks into a nearby hotel where, among other things, he helps himself to food from the buffet table, participates in a Limbo competition, plays tennis , takes scuba diving lessons then returns to his shelter with a cocktail.
When he boasts to Lou about what he's done at the hotel, Lou does not suspect anything, but merely believes Andy's suffering hallucinations.
Andy's behaviour is often antisocial. For example, he steals an ice cream from a child when Lou is talking to the child's mother and he sneezes into his hands then wipes them on a woman's legs.
In another episode Andy causes Lou to crash his car into another car by just repeating "Fine! The behaviour is often entirely incongruous to the situation, for example, singing the opening song to The Flintstones while attending church.
In one scene he shouts "Faster! During the Little Britain Abroad series, Andy blows a long raspberry as a message to fellow passengers on a 'plane taking them to Florida, after the captain allows him an opportunity to make an announcement to the cabin.
He then ignores the hosts' instructions by literally naming the items shown when the aim of the game is to describe the item shown behind the hosts who are facing the camera.
The hosts of the game show then state that he is the only player not to have won anything on the show. He then continues to name things during a commercial break.
In the episodes of series 1, Lou regularly mentioned an unheard and unseen character called Maria, who was his predecessor as Andy's caretaker.
Unfortunately, she became too ill to care for Andy, and was taken to a hospital. She later died in the episode which shows Lou and Andy getting prepared for the funeral.
In one episode of series 3, Lou's mother had died, so Lou had to return to his father's house in order to take care of him.
As a replacement, Social Services sent Andy the strict Mrs. Mead Imelda Staunton , who got Andy to clean the flat stating it was a pigsty.
Further ruining Andy's lifestyle, she disabled his television, threw out his chocolate and crisps replacing his dinner with stew as a main course and a pear as dessert ; started holding church services straight after dinner; and thumping his leg with a candle holder , to Andy's dismay.
Andy claims he is unable to feel a thing when Mrs. Mead thumps it, but when she goes to the kitchen, he cries out from the pain he was enduring.
Later in the episode, Mrs. Mead takes Andy to the White Cliffs of Dover, where she says he must learn how to move his wheelchair himself, as well as get a job.
With her facing the sea, Andy gets out of his chair and throws Mrs. Mead off the cliff, killing her. Andy then gets back in his wheelchair, turns round, and begins to wheel himself home.
After the end credits have rolled, Andy hears Lou returning home. Andy grins, then jumps out of his wheelchair to greet him, but then runs back to his chair, realising his mistake.
In a Comic Relief special in , Lou asks who Andy would like to invite for his forthcoming birthday, with Andy asking for George Michael.
After the usual discussion about the possibility of fulfilling Andy's weird wishes, Lou manages to get George to the restaurant where he invited Andy to.
Andy, as always, behaves very impolitely, so Lou wants to excuse his behaviour. Before George leaves the restaurant, Andy says: "Tell him that ' Jesus to a Child ' aside, I find his output emotionally vapid.
This featured Andy asking to open his Christmas presents early, so Lou let him open one. It was a two-piece Balamory jigsaw puzzle which Andy claimed he could not do, so threw it away.
He then gave Lou his Christmas present Later, Andy, after watching Rachel Stevens and Rowan Atkinson in a spoof of Spiderman , claims that he wants to touch Rachel Stevens's breasts saying that, since he is in a wheelchair, it could be arranged.