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Imagine spot: A Homo sapiens couple invite the local Neanderthals to dinner.
Smashing Saxons: "Court of Historical Law": Ethelred the Unready determines a horse thief's guilt via ordeal by cake. "Historical Hospital": 'Master of medicaments' Montague Fuzzlepeck diagnoses a patient.
Song: Gorgeous Georgians: "The 4 Georges: Born 2 Rule" (boyband parody).
Lyrics by Dave Cohen with additional lyrics by Laurence Rickard and Caroline Norris.
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.
There was a slight change in cast where the main stars Jalaal Hartley, Tom Stourton and Jessica Ransom continued with new members.
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.
Twisted Fairytales: "The Princess and the Pea" (eliminating rivals to the throne) Terrible Tudors: "This Is Your Reign": King Henry VIII reunites with his friends, advisors and wives--too bad he's had most of them executed (parody of This Is Your Life). Twisted Fairytales: "The Frog Prince" (witchcraft). The Middle Ages (Witch)Craft Show demonstrates how accusations can also be used to get revenge. "Historical Wife Swap": The Miserables, a Puritan family, swap with Cavalier family the Merrys post-Restoration (parody of Wife Swap). A paranormal researcher attempts to locate the source of a haunting in "Anglo-Saxon Ghost Hunt" (parody of Ghost Hunt). Groovy Greeks: "Historical Hospital": Hippocrates demonstrates his unorthodox diagnostic techniques.
Vicious Vikings: Top Three Weird Viking Beliefs: the origin of the first man and woman, who holds the sky up and the story of Thor searching for his stolen hammer (partially animated). Vile Victorians: "Ready Steady Feast": Dr William Buckland, famed eater of weird things--including the preserved heart of a king. Frightful First World War: TNT Hair Dye (advertisement). Alexander the Great and his adviser Hephaestion debate whether or not to name yet another city Alexandria.Episodes centred around the life of one prominent historical figure played by an established comedy actor.