Happy Hour


The Doctor. The Doctors. One Time Lord. Five men. One woman. And who knows how many more lie in wait? With all those incarnations, you’re bound to bump into yourself once in a while, and it’s not likely you’ll be getting along with yourself.

The most chaotic incarnation teams up with a timid one to run the most hated pub in Britain.

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Benji Clifford
Daniel Sherratt
George Broad
David McLaughlin

Joel H Joelson
Daniel Sherratt
Daniel Sherratt
Daniel Sherratt
Jon Gransden
Daniel Sherratt & Billy Treacy

8 thoughts on “Happy Hour”

  1. Fruit Pastel, I have missed you. Sorry, good to see you again. This is just hilarious, very well done. This has just increased my hype for Forbidden Fruit Pastel and Further Apologies, the Clone Scene is gut wrenchingly brilliant and the conversations between the Pastels is excellent! 10/10! Fruit Pastel would win in a battle between Sorry!

  2. A brilliant story, the interactions are so natural. The clone scene was brilliant, and the fruit pasta moment was priceless! It’s nice to have an episode with a-non alien villan, for a change. Does this mean Sorry has a clone of Pastel?

  3. A nice little breather episode with fun character interactions, an interesting if underdeveloped look into life in Pastelbury and a funny inversion of the ‘what measure is a mook’ trope at the end. Really looking forward to the next one.

  4. An enjoyable fun episode with a lot of funny moments and a fun adventure! 9/10. I do think “Marvin And Me” is currently the stronger installment, but this is a great follow-up.

    Rated PG: Contains mild rude humor, innuendo and blood reference. PARENTAL GUIDANCE: General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children.

    Looking forward to “Man, I Feel Like A Time Lady” and “The Greatest Of Friends” (episode).

  5. Great story, probably my favourite AW episode! Joel H. Joelson proves once again that he is the Steven Moffat of comedy. 10/10

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