=== The Dutch Coppers ===
Two openly gay Dutch policemen who are more interested in smoking [[marijuana]] and conducting a homosexual affair with each other than doing any police work. A parody of liberal attitudes in the [[Netherlands]].
=== Fat Bloke ===
A fat, jolly-looking man (played by [[David Barber]]) who formed a running gag during the original show—for no apparent reason he would walk into the middle of a sketch, hand something to a character (usually appropriate to the situation), be told "Thank you Fat Bloke!", and walk off. In Harry Enfield and Chums, he would sing a song (ranging from "[[Lord of the Dance (hymn)|]]" to "[[Smack My Bitch Up]]") in operatic style at the end of the closing credits, introduced by Enfield: "The show's not over until the Fat Bloke sings!" He made his first appearance in a script for The Scousers.
=== Julio Geordio ===
A Colombian footballer who has recently joined [[Newcastle United F.C.|Newcastle United]]. Interview after interview passes with Julio gaining more and more a [[Geordie]] accent as he describes events on and off the field, the latter often involving 'liaisons' with girls of the time such as [[The Spice Girls]] and [[Danni Behr]]. Probably inspired by the arrival of [[Faustino Asprilla]] at Newcastle United in 1995.
=== Jürgen the German ===
A young German tourist in England who can't stop apologising for his country's actions "during ze [[World War II|Var]]" but often resorts to displaying aggressive neo-Nazi tendencies.
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(derived from one of Burke's stand-up skits) A pair of benefit-dependent proto-[[Chavs]] with a dubious sense of hygiene. They argue over the colour of a stain on their carpet, the name of their unborn child – Waynetta: "'Ow about '[[Rothmans, Benson & Hedges|]]'?" Wayne: "You can't call him Rothmans! Rothmans is a girl's name!" – or pizza. Waynetta (catchphrase: "I am smokin' a fag!") eventually names the child Frogmella because "it's itzotic". Later, another daughter is named [[spudulike]] after Waynetta's favourite restaurant Spud-U-Like. A third child – Canoe (or is it Kanute?) – born of an affair Wayne had with Naomi Campbell which resulted in octuplets completes the family with the 'brown baby' Waynetta always wanted. Now she is just like all the other Mums on the estate! The only thing she has to solve now is the fact that her kids are being teased by chants of 'You've got a daddy!'. Enfield based them on a couple with a similar lifestyle who lived in the flat below his in his younger days. Waynetta Slob was played by Kathy Burke.
=== William Ulsterman ===
An extremely religious, loud mouthed who demands "cheddar cheese and pineapple on a stick" at a dinner party, and then goes on to violently insult the hostess of the party for the lack of this dish, threatening that she will [[burn in hell]]. He was a parody of [[Democratic Unionist Party]] (DUP) leader, the Reverend [[Ian Paisley]].