Men Behaving Badly stars delight fans by judging Dorset dog show

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Neil Morrissey and Martin Clunes (Credit: Rex)
Neil Morrissey and Martin Clunes (Credit: Rex)

Gary and Tony are back!

Yesterday, Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey delighted fans in Dorset by helping to host a dog show at the Buckham Fair.

The Men Behaving Badly stars, both now 56, compered during the ‘Best Trick’ round, cracking gags as the canine entrants performed their best turns.

(Credit: Rex)
(Credit: Rex)

The show ran on ITV from 1992 to 1998, with Clunes and Morrissey played the sofa-bound, can-drinking buffoons Gary Strang and Tony Smart.

They played opposite Leslie Ash and Caroline Quentin’s long-suffering girlfriends Deborah and Dorothy.

A brief revival for Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer telethon came in the form of a one-off sketch back in 2014.

(Credit: ITV)
(Credit: ITV)

The show made them household names, with Clunes going on to join the long-running ITV comedy drama Doc Martin.

Morrissey, recently seen in ITV crime drama Unforgotten, floated the possibility of a reboot of the series to Lorraine Kelly earlier this month.

“If there’s a script – because in my game everything starts with a script – and if the script’s good… because Martin and I and Caroline and Leslie have all said of course we’ll do it,” he said.

“So we need to get Simon Nye, nail him down and get him to write a series. Get him on!”

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