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Pet's Pett - (TV)

Martin Clunes (No Place Like Home, Staggered) stars as Alan Pett, top scientist and general all-round boffin. Alan is not successful in life. He has few friends, few hobbies and few opportunities to express his inner genius. His only friend is his lab rat, Bongo, voiced by Neil Morrissey (Boon, Bob The Builder).
One day, whilst conducting an experiment attempting to read the mind of a rat, Alan and Bongo swap places in their minds.

Now, Alan Pett, is his "Pet's Pett"!

I found this hilarious and cannot wait for Episode 2.

Rating: 5/5
By Jake "one Eye" Kink

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