Man Stroke Woman

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  • TV-MA
  • 2005
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.7  (835)

Man Stroke Woman is a British television sketch comedy show that aired on BBC Three from 2005 to 2007. The show featured a talented cast of comedians, including Nick Frost, who went on to become a breakout star in films such as Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. The series takes an amusingly satirical look at the relationships between men and women. The show is structured as a series of sketches, each showcasing different scenarios that are relatable to both genders. The show's humor is based on a combination of absurdity, slapstick, and dark humor.

One of the most notable things about the show is its unique format. Unlike most sketch shows, each episode is filmed in a single location with a single camera. This gives the show a more intimate feel and allows the cast to interact with each other in a more natural way.

The sketches themselves are incredibly varied. Some are simple, one-off gags, while others are more complex and build on running jokes and character arcs. There are recurring characters, such as the "Overly Pompous Footballer" and "Bitchy Resting Face Woman", and recurring themes, such as office politics and relationship woes.

Perhaps the most memorable aspect of Man Stroke Woman is its ability to skewer gender norms in a clever and hilarious way. The show is equally critical of both men and women, portraying them as imperfect and prone to ridiculous behavior. This approach helps to create a sense of balance and avoids any hint of sexism or misogyny.

One of the standout sketches from the show is "The Golden Couple". In this recurring sketch, Nick Frost and Daisy Haggard play a seemingly perfect couple who are always blissfully happy and in love. However, each sketch reveals a different secret or flaw in their relationship, which leads to increasingly bizarre and hilarious situations. The sketch is a clever commentary on the fallacy of idealized relationships, and it's one of the show's most enduring and beloved segments.

Another memorable sketch is "The Lift". In this sketch, a group of people are stuck in an elevator together. As time goes on, they begin to reveal increasingly bizarre and disturbing secrets about themselves. The sketch is a prime example of the show's dark humor, and it's a masterclass in building tension and suspense.

Overall, Man Stroke Woman is a hilarious and clever show that manages to be both silly and insightful at the same time. Its exploration of gender norms and relationship dynamics makes it a show that is still relevant and relatable today, and its memorable characters and sketches make it a classic of British comedy.

Man Stroke Woman is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on November 20, 2005.

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Episode 6
6. Episode 6
March 1, 2007
Sketches include a man returning home from a short trip to the corner store to find that his wife has replaced him with another man.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
February 22, 2007
Sketches include a man ruining his chances to continue the date in the bedroom when he starts talking like a mother to a baby.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
February 15, 2007
Sketches include a boss deciding to numb his employees by filling the company water cooler with gin to ease the pain of being fired.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
February 8, 2007
Sketches include a terminally ill woman's final request is possibly too tricky and sexual to be fulfilled.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
February 1, 2007
Sketches include a sexual role-play taking a turn for the worst when a wife dressed up as a nurse tells her husband that he has a terminal illness
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
January 25, 2007
Sketches include a police dispatcher who is aggravated when her unemployed roommate calls with false emergencies in silly voices.
Where to Watch Man Stroke Woman
Man Stroke Woman is available for streaming on the BBC THREE website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Man Stroke Woman on demand at and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    November 20, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (835)