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Saxondale: 2nd Season

Director(s): Ben Miller, Matt Lipsey, John Henderson

Theatrical Release: 2007

Cast: Steve Coogan, Rasmus Hardiker, James Bachman, Ruth Jones, Morwenna Banks, Darren Boyd

Genre(s): TV, Comedy, BBC

Countries: United Kingdom

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With his full beard and belly, Steve Coogan (Tropic Thunder) is virtually unrecognizable as pest exterminator Tommy Saxondale. Then again, the former roadie can be a bit of a pest himself. His glory days behind him, the 50-year-old's life revolves around his job, his Mustang, and the anger management sessions that open each show. To kick-start the series, Saxondale hires Raymond (Rasmus Hardiker, an excellent foil), a rock-loving lad who reminds him of a younger version of himself, and persuades his new partner to move in with him and his old lady, Magz (Little Britain's Ruth Jones), who manages t-shirt emporium Smash the System. During his first season, Tommy reconnects with a decrepit crony from the roadie circuit, meets his daughter's slick new boyfriend, and comes perilously close to betraying Magz. As she tells Raymond about her blustery man, "He's actually got a really sensitive side. He was a mess the day Diana died." Clearly, these two Rush fans belong together. (Kathleen C. Fennessy)

Season Two Episodes

01 When Malcolm - one of Tommy's old friends - moves into the area, he and Tommy embark on a nostalgic journey to re-create their hedonistic days as Roadies, with some help from a Queen tribute band. (

02 When he and Raymond are out on a pigeon-shooting spree, Tommy prevents a man named martin from committing suicide, but in the aftermath he soon discovers that he has no idea how to change Martin's outlook so as to prevent him from trying it again. (

03 Tommy comes to the defense of some squatters whom the local suburbanites wish to evict, even though he hates doing something that gets support from Magz's friend Penny. (