(coughs)" as well as offering bizarre substitutes to requests.
In a deleted scene, she lives in a small village called "Slut".
Portrayed by: David Walliams Appearances: Series 1 episode 7 Catchphrase: "It was just (near a certain location) that my wife Eileen first (did something of a sexual nature)" Len Boothe appears in just one episode of Series 1.
When a women became nauseous, and she and her husband got off the coach for fresh air, Carol drove off without them.
When a couple wished to book an excursion, Carol said they’re was one place left, and asked if they’d be prepared to swim alongside.
Carol was considered to appear in Lucas and Walliams' new comedy Come Fly with Me, working as a check-in manager for Flylo Airlines, but was rejected as David Walliams didn't want it to be a spinoff of Little Britain.
Played by: David Walliams Appearances: Series 3 episode 3 Catchphrase: "I love me froggies" and "KILL IT" Letty appears in only one sketch in Series 3, in which she appears to have an obsession for frogs ("froggies") as her house has in it many frog-related novelties, plus she loudly admits it. When her friends present her with a real frog, she strangely reacts with fear and bludgeons it to death with a rolling pin.Played by: David Walliams Appearances: Series 2 episode 5 Catchphrase: "Fetch", "Good boy" Every time she goes out to give refreshment to the builders who are doing work on her garden, she gives them biscuits as if they were a dog.This is by throwing them on the floor or making them do tricks in order to get the biscuit.Played By: David Walliams Appearances: Season 3 Alan works for the Donkey Hospice in the town of Achingballs.After contributors give him some money, he blatantly places stickers on embarrassing body parts, such as the genital region or breasts and on someone's rear in a deleted scene. Played by: David Walliams Episodes: Radio Show; Season 1, episodes 4 and 5 Catchphrase: "I love you Anne" and "I need you Anne" Peter Andre is a royal BBC correspondent who gets sacked after first making surreal and false claims about the Royal Family (such as Prince Charles having magical powers, describing The Queen as "The Main One" and mistaking Princess Eugenie for her mother, Sarah, Duchess of York) and then expressing his love for Princess Anne through song.Her most recent escapades involved offering a child named Danielle Lloyd for double-hip replacement (saying that there is "only one Danielle Lloyd" using the hospital), verbally abuse and annoy a pregnant woman and her husband and denying an injured patient an x-ray.In her final sketch, she tells an elderly patient that he's listed as deceased, as well as getting frustrated by his slow walking (eventually shouting "Oh, for fuck's sake")." Anne is a patient at the Steven Spielberg Hospital in Little Bentcock, where she is being trained for integration into society. Anne has worked at a library (where she earns £5 but then, much to the doctor's surprise intentionally drops the money into a drain), at a bowling alley and as a pianist in a restaurant; she takes a keen interest in amateur dramatics and home decoration.She is severely mentally challenged, except when answering calls to her mobile phone, when she converses in a completely coherent and polite manner. Her character is similar to that of Mr Doggy's owner.Anne has appeared in all seasons and had a Stars In Their Eyes sketch for Little Britain Live.In Little Britain Abroad, Anne met the Pope and went to the Louvre in Paris, from where she stole the Mona Lisa.