Mick and Jim are forced into an unexpected holiday in Lanzarote. They book into Sea View, a bizarre re-creation of a 1950's Blackpool boarding house, right next to
On their first afternoon, while enjoying a pedalo ride, they are threatened with assassination by both the CIA and KGB.
Subsequently, they are drawn into a web of lies, deceit and sexual excess involving MI7 - so secret, even MI5 and MI6 don't know
The climactic showdown is orchestrated by Polly, the world's most foul-beaked parrot.
Mick and Jim are on the run from Vlad and Vic, enforcers for international crime boss and Ealing comedy lover, Charlie Sumkins.
They hide at Mick's ex-wife's Guest House in Southsea, but the price involves terrifying demands of an intimate nature.
They end up in Las Vegas, where, with cactus-punctured groins, they're pursued by Reservoir Dogs' lookalikes.
Later, they escape from Thelma and Louise wannabes, and make a commitment before a bourbon-fuelled Elvis impersonator, before the big, life-threatening sort-out in Nevada's most lurid theatrical environment.
Mrs Hathaway, Mick and Jim's 60-year-old office cleaning lady, is a martial arts/extreme sports expert - skills she developed through online and home video courses.
Daring Dooz is a highly successful global magazine, full of fictitious adventure stories featuring scantily clad pole dancers.
Mrs Hathaway is, however, the real thing, and accepts a series of global challenges for a £2 million advance.
The challenges involve shark attacks, time warps, anacondas, MiG fighters, sex-mad caimans and exploding missionaries, with Mick and Jim coerced into videoing every terrifying step.
A mysterious death, leads our heroes to places they don't want to be - like being trapped 350 feet underground with a jar of pickled whelks, or facing the wrath of Scotland Yard's nastiest - CI Cragg.
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