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In a series of sketches, Tracey Ullman plays a wide array of everyday people and famous faces, from Dame Judi Dench to Angela Merkel to a next-door-neighbor near you.
All of British life is here in the new series of Tracey Ullman's Show. Delinquent Dame Judi Dench is back, but will being a national treasure be enough to save her this time?
Nicola Sturgeon has her sights set on more than just Scotland; and Doctor Peluzzi can cure your bad knee and make you run faster than anyone else (but if anyone asks you to pee into a cup, get a friend to do it).
There's also a heartfelt song from Angela Merkel: she's all on her own (apart from Birgit her faithful stylist - and a million refugees). With a guest star appearance from Ben Miller as Rupert Murdoch.
The second episode sees the return of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall who is shopping for cut price animal print leggings - or Jodhpurs as she prefers to call them.
New York producer Bernice Rubin is trying to secure some Shakespeare for Broadway.
Adele is happy, but that's not helping the new album. A hard-working mum is trying to juggle her work-life balance, but that means the kids are in her taxi as well, and the vlog from Dame Maggie has some of the best acting tips you will ever hear. Meanwhile, a therapist has trouble with confidentiality, and Nicola Sturgeon is in her lair with a song about her plans for world domination - just don't talk about the oil. With a guest appearance from Nigel Havers.
Tracey Ullman showcases another array of familiar faces, including Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Kate and Wills are away, so it's Camilla's turn to look after Princes Charlotte for the day. But Camilla is better with boys - they just need food and exercise.
In the final episode of the series Tracey Ullman inhabits troubled artist Sharon Utley. They've opened a gallery in her name in her old home town, but who is Stick Of Rock Man, and what really happened to the pier?
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