Network: BBC Two. The Thick of It is a British comedy television series that satirises the inner workings of modern British government. It was first broadcast in , initially with a small cast focussing on a government minister, his advisers and their spin-doctor. The cast was significantly expanded to coincide with Christmas and Gordon Brown's appointment as prime minister in , which saw a number of new characters forming the opposition party. These characters continued for its third series in , and the fourth and final series about a coalition government was broadcast in Autumn The government, the opposition and the civil service all have a lot of questions to answer about the suicide of a nurse after his flat was sold off. They must now come before an inquiry into the scandal which has engulfed all corners of politics. Lord Goolding is reputedly a fair man, but he is not going to stand for any nonsense and neither is his team of expert inquisitors, so surely now the truth will come out. Unless someone lies, or creates a diversion of some kind, or simply pretends not to remember anything.
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Malcolm's frighteningly intense private chat with Terri. Malcolm's crocodile tears for newspaper staff: "I know that these are hard times for print journalists. I mean, I read that, on the internet. Malcolm turning on the charm with a widow: "Could I have a photograph taken with you? I've got a little collection of memories, you know: Mandela and stuff…". Malcolm's deranged threat to track down and break the fingers of phone-in caller "Tim in fucking Ruislip". Posh boy Phil showing the opposition's true colours. Peter Mannion: "So, what are you saying, it's wrong to send your child to a comprehensive? Or at least very, very careless. Opposition spin doctor Stewart Pearson's barrage of buzzwords: "I like the plasmic nature of your data modelling", "Let's imagineer the narrative", "What's the weather like over at the Guardian?
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