Robert Webb and David Mitchell invite you into their lop-sided world of sketch comedy, featuring anxious Nazis, some easily distracted snooker commentators, and the not-terribly-well-matched crime fighting duo of Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit.
Plus Numberwang, the exciting new quiz game that everyone's talking about but nobody really understands.
This sketch previously appeared on That Mitchell and Webb Sound.
This sketch marks Olivia Colman's first appearance on the show.
BMX Bandit is based on the titular characters of the 1983 movie,BMX Bandits.
Numberwang! Recurring: Welcome to Numberwang, the exciting new quiz show that everyone's talking about but nobody really understands.
Host: Robert Webb
Julie: Olivia Colman
Simon: Paterson Joseph
Men Behind the Board: David Mitchell and James Bachman
Numberwang! was previously a one-off sketch done on That Mitchell and Webb Sound.
This sketch marks the first appearances of James Bachman and Paterson Joseph.
It is also the first appearance of the recurring Numberwang! sketch on That Mitchell and Webb Look.
Character Introductions: Julie is from Somerset and Simon is also from Somerset. Julie says there are hobbies down in Somerset, which Simon disagrees with.
Let's Rotate the Board!: David and James briefly wave before being rotated back around.
Wangernumb: Simon wins and receives a cheque for £12.67 with the word "Children in Need" crossed out and replaced by "Numberwang." Julie loses and a bag with the word "NO" on it is placed over her head.
This marks the first appearance of the recurring "Honeymoon's Over" sketches where David Mitchell plays an uptight charater who terrorizes his customers.
"She's gone, sir. They've all gone. And we're back." "Who?" "The incredibly posh people who are still unaccountably waiters."
"I saw you in here last week. I saw you drinking your soup. I saw you blowing and slurping and dunking your bread. We were watching you on the monitors in the kitchen and we all though you were a dick."