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It was notable for the main cast being entirely female, the male characters and performers usually only having bit parts.
The comedy style is surreal and often nonsensical, with quick, rapid-fire skits that tend to feature otherwise normal, everyday situations with one really off-the-wall element inserted and taking up most of the focus — such as a boss who tells off her employees in silly voices, an otherwise shy woman having dozens of nude paintings of herself in her living room and asking guests not to look at the paintings, a wife keeping her husband awake, first by hogging the covers and then by playing the drums in her sleep.
The Fake Diabetic - A woman who fakes diabetic hypoglycemia so she can have special offers and free items at shops and supermarkets, and which the staff treat seriously. The Oblivious Women - Consists of three women (in different sketches) who are completely oblivious to very obvious things.
Sketches included a dog-walking woman being asked to sign apetition so that owners could walk their dogs near the pond.
A woman clings to the leg of her ex-boyfriend constantly (at work, a nightclub, and even clinging to his leg at his wedding etc.), telling him that she's still in love with him, and hopes to reconcile (unsuccessfully, however).
The Ex - Another sketch that featured more in the second series.
This particular sketch was voted number 22 in the 2005 Channel 4 programme, 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches, chosen by members of the public.
It was written by Marie Findley of the Mediæval Bæbes and was also based on their antics.
Competitive rivals - This involves the four women who try to 'outdo' each other by subtly showing off bigger and better items.
For example, the 1st character brings out a small bottle of water and starts drinking daintily.