Men Behaving Badly stars return for new sketch

Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey have reunited for the first time since 1998 for a one-off 'Men Behaving Badly' sketch. The comedy duo have filmed a hilarious skit highlighting the importance of men checking their genitals, which will feature as part of Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer' show

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Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey are to reunite for a new 'Men Behaving Badly' sketch.

The hit television show is set to make a comeback for the first time in over two decades as Martin and Neil reprise their roles as Gary Strang and Tony Smart respectively, in a one-off skit to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

In the sketch, Gary watches a video urging men to check their private parts for lumps, with Tony joking: "I often think about us as a pair of testicles, hanging out together."

The hilarious show aired for six series and regularly featured Caroline Quentin as Gary's girlfriend Dorothy and Leslie Ash as an attractive woman named Deborah who lived in the flat above the silly lads.

Penned by original 'Men Behaving Badly' writer Simon Nye, the skit promises to remind viewers of the classic days of the sitcom, something which is long overdue for fans of the comedy duo, as they haven't appeared together since the show ended in 1998.

The clip has been created as part of the 'Feeling Nuts' comedy night to raise awareness of the danger of testicular cancer.

The special sketch will air during Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer' show on Friday (17.10.14).

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