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Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives

Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives
StarringJack Dee
Jeremy Hardy
No. of episodes6
Running time35 mins
Original networkChannel 4
Original release31 May - 6 July 1996

Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives was a 1996 comedy show for Channel 4, written by and starring Jack Dee and Jeremy Hardy

The series was a collection of mockumentaries similar to their previous collaboration, Jack and Jeremy's Police 4. Each episode would focus on the pair playing bizarre characters from a particular profession.

Shot on film and featuring no laugh track, the show failed to catch on. After three episodes it was moved to air after midnight.

The pilot featured Sacha Baron Cohen being electrocuted.

Episodes and summaries


A day in the life of aristocratic brothers has them solving a murder, attending a black magic ritual and visiting some poor people.


Struggling, troubled writers believe they've received their big break when Radio 3 ask them to do a poetry reading.

Paranormal Researchers

The pair search for evidence of ghosts in Barbara Castle, Dorset


A fly-on-the-wall account of the working lives of Antoine-Antoine and Vincenzo Jean-Claude Arkwright, who run a top celebrity restaurant, Gliterati's

Consumer Watchdogs

The pair investigate fake newsagents, pension advice and pursue the manager of ageing boyband X-Citing.

Hospital Entrepreneurs

The pair attempt to run a profit-making hospital.

External links

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