These clips were thrown out into web-world by the BBC before and during the first series. We're pretty certain there's going to be a whole lot more for the Halloween Special and upcoming second series of Psychoville.
Ok, before we start, I know there are complete epsiodes up on YouTube already, but I'm trying to play fair with the writers and performers by not nicking their work. We'll keep adding more as they come along.
Psychoville Series 2 clips
Psychoville Halloween Special clips
Psychoville Series 1 clips
Psychoville Series 2 Trailer
Our very first encounter with Grace Andrews, she wants it more like 'Minority Report' and less like a village Post Office.
'No! Not whenever. Thursday or Friday.' Jeremy believes that you've just got to have a system. Must have a system.
When you're going up for something, you can't beat a robust crowd-pleaser form 'The Glums'. 'Les Mis' - designed with auditions in mind'.
Just when you thought you'd heard the last of 'the cheering up tape', David & Maureen introduce volume 2. Available in all good record shops. If you can find one.
Hattie's taking the sham wedding a little bit too seriously, she prefers the heavy ivory already but Chris and Sharouz think its just a piece of paper.
Come Dine With Me
Not everyone would serve a big bowl of porridge as a starter, but Maureen and David love it! As David says 'it can be savoury or sweet'.
Miss Tina Turner
Maureen was doing a turn - cancer or no cancer - and what a surreal and scary turn it was. It's a strong flavour alright.
Peter Bishop's been burned before by the eighties but he's persevering with The Simpsons chess set he just can't shift.
Mr Jolly, that's right
At, last, Jelly gets to cash on Jolly after agreeing to do one of Dr Stuart Strachen's very private engagements with Mr Kakkar.
Not now Silent Singer!
Silent Singer a little closer to home than Reece and Steve might have us believe? He's certainly been around for a while!
David breaks in
Keen to make it 'Three men, three ladies' David overestimates what it's going to take to get into Sunnyvale nursing home.
Hattie locks up
Hattie tutors Shahrouz in her very own brand of wedlock. Cathy Bates, eat you heart out - Shahrouz will make do with cold cuts and pickles.
Having finished his cameo in Episode 2, John Landis explains the power of the non-existent sequel to Reece.
A per normal
Jelly gets a big white paper plate face - and the oddest accent you've ever heard - to impress Katherine Parkinson.
David's completely mis-remembered the thing Maureen most wanted to do before she died. Kid's eh? Buying you stuff they want themselves!
David & Maureen's Hitchhikers' Guide to Serial Killing
Boris Karloff & Elsa Lanchester live again, but David's more concerned about historical accuracy. And chammois leather vaginas.
Trick... or Treat?
Mr Jelly shares the love with a couple of little trick or treaters. But he's nicked one lollipop too many this time.
Clips from Psychoville Series 1 character's websites
The Superman Dance
The 'cheering-up tape' is just the thing to make you smile when you've, erm, how can I put it, killed someone.