From the archives: Secret service sketch from TV series
Jimmy Cricket has highlighted another sketch from his 1980s TV series on social media.
Central Television hosted And There’s More.
The famous Northern Irish comedian linked to the latest sketch in which he plays a hapless secret service agent called Wally!
Wally is shown to his hotel room by a hotel porter.
He receives a message which he thinks is in code, until the porter points out the piece of paper is upside down.
Wally gives it to the porter to read and it begins: “On no account, let the hotel porter see this note!”
And so he immediately grabs it back off her.
He said on social media: “Hi folks! Editing snippets from, And There’s More, series for the website.
“Thought I would share this one with you, for all those who miss sketch shows on the telly.
“This one is for you! #savethearts.”
Jimmy became a household name with And There’s More, which ran for a total of three years between 1985 and 1988.
Keep an eye on the homepage of this website for more sketches from And There’s More.