Mrs Christina Pyle and the quest for a quiet life.
Mr Grant Pollard and the art of passing the buck.
Because sometimes you need to keep those swine under control.
Professor GP Barrington and the benefits of moron containment.
The Right Honourable Rufus Bassett and the problem of superfluous canines.
Because someone's got to teach him to say @#!*.
Master Marty Fuzztail and the terrible to-do with weasels.
Mr Fergus Pong and the right way to mong a pig.
Major General Barmy-Phipps and the battle for the cabbage patch.
Because some days life just isn't fair.
Mrs Gwendolyn Wilberforce and the impossible mission.
Mr Gordon Frampton and the reality of tilting at windmills.
John de Lacey plugs the Magna Carta
Kevin the Mystic Trout tells it like it is
Sidney Trumpton leads you to a better way of life
Because we really need your cash.
Mrs Crossley-Pepper won't be fobbed off
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Thanks to Rob Armitage for his invaluable editorial input.
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