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Every episode also had one musical number towards the ending, which was usually a pastiche or spoof of contemporary music.
The show won an Emmy in both 19 for "Best Popular Arts Show." Two of the skits also made it onto Channel 4's list of the 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches, with Saying Goodbye at 39 and Singing Match at 22.
The "Vet" - The sketch featured more prominently from the second series.
The Fake Diabetic - A woman who fakes diabetic hypoglycemia so she can have special offers and free items at shops and supermarkets, and which the staff treat seriously. The Oblivious Women - Consists of three women (in different sketches) who are completely oblivious to very obvious things.
Sketches included a dog-walking woman being asked to sign apetition so that owners could walk their dogs near the pond.
Smack the Pony is a British sketch comedy show that ran from 1999 until 2003 on Channel 4.
The title was not intended to sound like a euphemism for female masturbation; in fact the 'pony' originally referred to cockney rhyming slang 'pony and trap' (crap), the working title being Spot the Pony. The main performers on the show were Fiona Allen, Doon Mackichan and Sally Phillips.