ChuckleVision - S15 E01 - Keeping it Under Wraps.avi (Size: 1.17 GB) (Files: 16)
ChuckleVision - S15 E01 - Keeping it Under Wraps.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E02 - Class of Their Own.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E03 - Magnetic Distraction (Part 1).avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E04 - Magnetic Distraction (Part 2).avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E05 - Magnetic Distraction (Part 3).avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E06 - On Your Pike.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E07 - Bookshop Chuckles.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E08 - Music of Time.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E09 - The Purple Pimple (Part 1).avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E10 - The Purple Pimple (Part 2).avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E11 - The Purple Pimple (Part 3).avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E12 - Stormina Teashop.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E13 - War of the Hoses.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E14 - Messy Xmas.avi
ChuckleVision - S15 E15 - Christmas Chuckle.avi
Chucklevision - Theme.mp3
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Season 15, Episode 1: Keeping it Under Wraps
Original Air Date—24 December 2002
Season 15, Episode 2: Class of Their Own
Original Air Date—????
Season 15, Episode 3: Magnetic Distraction (Part 1)
Original Air Date—3 January 2003
Season 15, Episode 4: Magnetic Distraction (Part 2)
Original Air Date—10 January 2003
Season 15, Episode 5: Magnetic Distraction (Part 3)
Original Air Date—17 January 2003
Season 15, Episode 6: On Your Pike
Original Air Date—24 January 2003
Season 15, Episode 7: Bookshop Chuckles
Original Air Date—31 January 2003
Season 15, Episode 8: Music of Time
Original Air Date—7 February 2003
Season 15, Episode 9: The Purple Pimple (Part 1)
Original Air Date—14 February 2003
Season 15, Episode 10: The Purple Pimple (Part 2)
Original Air Date—????
Season 15, Episode 11: The Purple Pimple (Part 3)
Original Air Date—28 February 2003
Season 15, Episode 12: Stormina Teashop
Original Air Date—7 March 2003
Season 15, Episode 13: War of the Hoses
Original Air Date—14 March 2003
Season 15, Episode 14: Messy Xmas
Original Air Date—21 March 2003
Season 15, Episode 15: Christmas Chuckle
Original Air Date—28 March 2003
Episodes of ChuckleVision are usually independent. The basic plot to each show is the brothers undertaking some sort of job, task or adventure. They are often employed by a character known as No Slacking, who is always played by the brothers' real-life brother, Jimmy Patton. No Slacking is meant to be a different character in every episode he appears in; however, he is always known by this name owing to the catchphrase he always says to get the bumbling brothers to work properly. No Slacking usually appears several times in each series, although in recent years this number has been reduced to once or twice a series. In each episode his life is either ruined or otherwise inconvenienced by Paul and Barry. A large amount of the comedy is based on slapstick.
However, on occasion, the jobs they carry out can be somewhat surreal or put them in surreal circumstances, this was very much enforced in the recent years of chucklevision. Once, they babysat for a boy who got out of his bed, leaving a football on his pillow, leading them to believe that his head had come off. Another episode involves Barry being able to see a invisible leprechaun which Paul cannot see.
The duo also often carry out jobs and tasks given to them by "Dan the Van", who is never seen, except in one episode where the Chuckle brothers decide it upon them to make sure he arrives to the special meeting. However, Dan the Van's face cannot be seen, as he is covered in bandages all over, and wearing dark shades. In other episodes we hear of, or sometimes see, relatives of Dan the Van, for example Grandmother Lettuce the Van appears in Chuckle and the Pea and his niece can be seen in Dim Waiters.
Their other real brother, Brian Patton, (who is a double act with Jimmy, The Patton Brothers) has appeared on and off since 1995. His character can often be heard to say "Get out of it" or "I may have misjudged you".
The brothers' main mode of transport is "The Chuckmobile". It is a quadricycle with a red and white striped roof. Barry is usually relegated to driving, while Paul puts his feet up on the front bar. The registration plate is Chuckle 1.
An exception to the usual format of stand-alone episodes came with the fourteenth series, broadcast in 2002. This used a continuous storyline involving the brothers' hunt for a missing ruby. They continued a similar trend in the next two series, with two 3-part stories in series 15, entitled The Purple Pimple and Magnetic Barry. A two part story called Incredible Shrinking Barry appears in series 16. From series 17 onwards, this trend hasn't been repeated.
However, this has not always been the case. The format of the first two series (1987-1989) consisted of each episode focussing on a certain topic, a sort of "humorous Blue Peter". These episodes have rarely, if ever, been seen by the public eye since their original transmission. The opening title sequence was different too, with rings coming from the centre of the picture flashing in dark blue, mid-blue and light blue in a psychedelic fashion with yellow lettering "Chucklevision" on a red rectangle repeatedly jump-zooming in and out and tilting from side to side as it does this, while the original version of the Chucklevision theme tune plays. These opening titles are then followed by clips of the programme.
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