Men Behaving Badly was a British comedy that was created and written by Simon Nye. It followed the lives of Gary Strang (Martin Clunes) and his flatmate, Tony Smart (Neil Morrissey). In the first series Harry Enfield appeared as flatmate Dermot Povey. Caroline Quentin) and Leslie Ash also starred.
Should the unthinkable happen, and a grassroots campaign by Jeff Buckley fans disrupt Simon Cowell's efforts to again secure a Christmas number one, BBC Radio 1 will be forced to deal with a tricky issue of protocol. Normally, the station interviews chart-topping artists before playing their winning song (even when Bob the Builder won, Neil Morrissey stood in). But Buckley would be sadly unavailable for selection.
Men Behaving Badly Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey reunite for skit