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Cult | News | 10 December 2004

Little complaints

Little Britain has failed to receive any complaints, much to stars' disgust.

Talking to The Sun, Matt Lucas and David Walliams have said that the new series of Little Britain has not received a single complaint, despite the show moving to BBC One and the fact that the gross-out quotient has been cranked-up a notch.

Vomiting pensioners, breast-fed thirtysomethings and naked fat ladies have failed to elicit a single negative response

"We have been dying to get complaints, but unfortunately we don't," David Walliams told The Sun.

"I think it's quite hard to shock people now. We've seen people having sex on telly and everything.

"I still haven't found anyone who's actually offended by the show."

Matt Lucas added: "Where are all the people who don't like it? I'm not sure they exist any more."

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