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Famalam shines a comedic light on everything - from alien encounters in the outer reaches of the galaxy to what happens when a man is left on his own in a house for 10 minutes holding only a phone and a remote. With a dazzling array of accents, cultural observations and colourful costumes, Famalam gives us a glimpse of the latest Nollywood blockbuster, reveals who might be responsible for internet spam and introduces us to the real rulers of the world - spoiler alert - it's not the G20...
The first episode of the show follows the exploits of misunderstood superhero Eclipse, has the latest edition of William and Funke's over-raunchy morning chat show, and learns the secret voodoo skills of Croydon's leading witch doctor Professor Lofuko. Plus there's a little royal history with grime MC Scribbler P, a sneak preview of the latest Nollywood blockbuster and Midsomer Murders gets injected with some much-needed cultural diversity.
The second episode of the show follows the the altruistic schemes of thwarted Nigerian philanthropist Prince Alyusi, watches the overamorous daytime antics of TV hosts/lovers William and Funke and introduces Sassy Black Friend, the co-star of every romcom ever.
We also enter the golden age of Nollywood television, including a sneak peek of the latest binge-watch from Lagos, learn how to deal with an unwanted wingman, and garage MC Scribbler P gives his take on the Winter Olympics. Plus after years of working alone, Detective Moses Mountree gets a new partner, which he's not happy about.
Penultimate episode of the sketch show. We look ahead to the next actor to play James Bond, hang out with never-satiated chicken-loving schoolboy Fat Sam, and let rap star Swayze sell us some tat. We'll also learn some important football skills from Senegalese soccer star Patrick Okwonge Okwomge, and get educated on early Black British History with garage MC and academic Scribbler P.
Meanwhile, in Midsomer Detective Moses Mountree has problems with some traditional country pastimes. Big problems.
Final episode of the sketch show. We'll get a front row seat at the Oscars of the Nollywood film industry - the Kemmy Awards. Plus Scribbler P gives us an important lesson on Black Cinema History.
Meanwhile in Midsomer, things turn ugly when Detective Moses Mountree gets his weapon out again. Has there be a contravention of the country code?
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