Thermoman is a multiple-powered superhero who originates from the planet Ultron. In an attempt to do his best to fit in with life on earth, he creates the human alias of George Sunday.

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Paul Mendelson
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Series cast summary:
Emily Joyce ...  Janet Dawkins 52 episodes, 2000-2006
Geraldine McNulty Geraldine McNulty ...  Mrs. Raven 51 episodes, 2000-2006
Hugh Dennis ...  Dr. Piers Crispin 51 episodes, 2000-2006
Lill Roughley Lill Roughley ...  Ella Dawkins 51 episodes, 2000-2006
Philip Whitchurch ...  Tyler 50 episodes, 2000-2006
Lou Hirsch Lou Hirsch ...  Arnie 50 episodes, 2000-2006
Tim Wylton ...  Stanley Dawkins 48 episodes, 2000-2006
Ardal O'Hanlon ...  George Sunday / ... 45 episodes, 2000-2006
Finlay Stroud Finlay Stroud ...  Ollie Sunday 38 episodes, 2002-2006
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Thermoman is a multiple-powered superhero who originates from the planet Ultron. In an attempt to do his best to fit in with life on earth, he creates the human alias of George Sunday.

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Ardal O'Hanlon's first sitcom he did since "Father Ted" ended. See more »

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[repeated line]
Piers: I am always here.
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Featured in The Funny Blokes of British Comedy (2005) See more »

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Funny and Surreal
13 November 2003 | by rajimomSee all my reviews

I love this show! I've been watching it on BBCAmerica, and it makes me laugh out loud--unlike American sitcoms. Ardal O'Hanlon is perfect in the role of an alien superhero, sniffing out trouble around Earth, dashing to the rescue quickly and efficiently--but absolutely clueless as to the ways and mores of earthly relationships. His attempts to adapt to Earth and England are for love, which makes them oddly endearing. The peripheral characters are a bit much; the Health Centre's receptionist Mrs. Raven and pompous Dr. Piers Crispin for example are one-note characters, and quickly become tiring. But the central relationship of George "Thermoman" Sunday and his lovely Janet (played with the right balance of affection and exasperation by Emily Joyce) sustains this lightweight but thoroughly enjoyable comedy.


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UK

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English

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4 February 2000 (UK) See more »

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Big Bear Films See more »
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1.33 : 1
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