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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.
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Played By: David Walliams Appearances: Season 3 Alan works for the Donkey Hospice in the town of Achingballs.
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.
Originally intended as a recurring character, she also appears in several deleted scenes from Series 3.Carol Beer is a perpetually disillusioned woman who works in a number of jobs that require a very close relationship with her computer, such as a bank clerk, a travel agent or a hospital receptionist.When approached with a reasonable request, such as opening a bank account, a holiday to America or making an appointment, she will type the information into her computer.The two appear to be very skillful bank robbers, having a quick and simple manner of robbing a bank, with one going in and demanding money while the other drives the getaway vehicle, and a very secluded hideout.
However, it becomes clear that the two are actually too timid to rob the bank properly, with the one played by Lucas getting only a handful of desk pens and the one played by Walliams a desk marker saying "Position closed" on the second attempt, rather than money.
Upon discovering that the request cannot be met, she will answer with a deadpan "Computer says no." As a travel agent, she would then follow up her refusal with an offer of a strange, and often unhelpful substitute, of the kind that the customer is very unlikely to agree to, such as (when the client asked for a flight to Orlando) "I've got a flight to Guildford" or (when asked for a boat ride for two people) "There is one place left. " She is unwilling to use any human initiative beyond checking her computer to help her customers further, and will instead cough in their face to get them to go away.