The noughties drama was well known for its boundary-pushing storylines, which Zoe Lucker doesn't want her daughter to watch.
The reboot of the 1980s satirical puppet show was launched on 3 October and is now already confirmed for a second run.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host said he'd always wanted to be a 'Spitting Image' puppet, but now he's not so sure...
The government adviser – who claimed he drove to Barnard Castle during lockdown to test his eyesight – will be sent up in a revival of the hit 80s satirical puppet show.
The satirical show is returning to ridicule a new crop of famous faces as it makes a comeback on BritBox UK.
The series will air this autumn on BritBox, with Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and the royals among the figures being ridiculed in puppet form.