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" Anne is a patient at the Steven Spielberg Hospital in Little Bentcock, where she is being trained for integration into society. Anne has worked at a library (where she earns £5 but then, much to the doctor's surprise intentionally drops the money into a drain), at a bowling alley and as a pianist in a restaurant; she takes a keen interest in amateur dramatics and home decoration.
She is severely mentally challenged, except when answering calls to her mobile phone, when she converses in a completely coherent and polite manner. Her character is similar to that of Mr Doggy's owner.
She also licked the Pope's face, and showed him her fanny.
She did not, however, appear in Little Britain USA.
However, it becomes clear that the two are actually too timid to rob the bank properly, with the one played by Lucas getting only a handful of desk pens and the one played by Walliams a desk marker saying "Position closed" on the second attempt, rather than money.
He has an unusual way of using a horse to help customers with their IT problems.Played by: David Walliams Appearances: Series 2 episode 5 Catchphrase: "Fetch", "Good boy" Every time she goes out to give refreshment to the builders who are doing work on her garden, she gives them biscuits as if they were a dog.This is by throwing them on the floor or making them do tricks in order to get the biscuit.Occasionally, she will amuse herself by being extra unhelpful (such as cancelling a customer's flight plan when he requests a vegetarian option, or telling a child wanting to go to Disney World that the "Mickey Mouse" will just be a man in a suit), finding new ways of swearing in front of children and getting away with it, coughing right in their faces, or just being rude.Another of her trademarks is that, whenever a customer reveals an aspect of their personal lives (such as when a man comments that it's been a while since he saw his daughter, or a couple comment that they have been married for thirty years), she will shrug her shoulders and mutter "Oh." Carol is also very disgusting, and once defecated in her pants.