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In this Tuesday March 29, 2011 photo released  by the BBC in London,  cast members of the Olympic satire show "Twenty-Twelve" are seen. From Left: Vincent Franklin (NICK), Jessica Hynes (SIOBHAN), Hugh Bonneville (IAN), Olivia Colman (SALLY), Amelia Bullmore (KAY), Karl Theobald (GRAHAM).  In the mock-documentary format pioneered by comedies like "The Office," the show goes behind the scenes at the fictional Olympic Deliverance Commission, run by long-suffering "Head of Deliverance" Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville, recently seen as aristocratic Lord Grantham in costume drama "Downton Abbey").  (AP Photo- Jack Barnes /HO BBC) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO SALES   UK OUT TV OUT MANDATORY CREDIT BBC
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In this Tuesday March 29, 2011 photo released by the BBC in London, cast members of the Olympic satire show "Twenty-Twelve" are seen. From Left: Vincent Franklin (NICK), Jessica Hynes (SIOBHAN), Hugh Bonneville (IAN), Olivia Colman (SALLY), Amelia Bullmore (KAY), Karl Theobald (GRAHAM). In the mock-documentary format pioneered by comedies like "The Office," the show goes behind the scenes at the fictional Olympic Deliverance Commission, run by long-suffering "Head of Deliverance" Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville, recently seen as aristocratic Lord Grantham in costume drama "Downton Abbey"). (AP Photo- Jack Barnes /HO BBC) EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO SALES UK OUT TV OUT MANDATORY CREDIT BBC

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