Funk it! Christie knows what he wants. He's the top lavatory salesman in London. Sit down, shut up and learn from the master.


Behind-the scenes with director Azi Rahman and writer-producer Alec Christie.

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CHRISTIE, EP 1: "The Game" - Christie shows Mo how to play "the game" at a sales pitching event.

CHRISTIE, EP 2: "Funk It!" Christie tells Mo the importance of dressing to impress and woos clients over lunch.

CHRISTIE, EP 3:"Make Sales" When Christie offends a client, Mo and John seize the opportunity.

CHRISTIE, EP 4: "Outsourcing" Christie goes to China in search of a cheaper labor on his toilet macerators.

CHRISTIE, EP 5: "Members Only" Christie learns how the big boys party at an exclusive social club.

CHRISTIE, EP 6: "Next!" Christie interviews for a new receptionist while Sally is away on vacation.

CHRISTIE, EP 7: "Network Marketing" Christie invents a pyramid scheme to sell more Lav-U-Like products.

CHRISTIE, EP 8: "Aubergine Tagine" Christie and Duncan make a sales call to a new-age entertainment mogul at his Indian restaurant.

CHRISTIE, EP 9: "Planes, Trains and Ladyboys" Christie is waylaid en route to the Bangkok Conveniences Expo with Mo.

CHRISTIE, EP 10: "Release the Monkeys" Chrisite and Mo travel to an animal testing facility for Lav-U-Like toiletries.

CHRISTIE, EP 11: "Last Man Standing" The entire Lav-U-Like office must participate in paint-ball warfare as an exercise to improve their competitiveness.

CHRISTIE, EP 12: "Little Man, Big City" Christie takes over a New York City advertising agency.


  Azi realized his calling in life when he was given a film camera for his 12th birthday. Even at this early age he realized that he wanted to make his hobby a full time profession. His first job out of Film School was when Alec Christie (lead actor in the Christie series) gave him a break as a 3rd AD on the feature film 'Piccadilly Cowboy.' Alec and he later worked together on the feature film 'Back in Business' which Alec was line producing. While working together they found they had similar taste in films and decided to form a creative partnership.
Funding was difficult to find in the UK. Then they came across They submitted a film called "Funk It" into one of the monthly competitions, which
became a springboard for the entire Christie series. Since then they haven't looked back.


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