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The patient then gives Carol the middle finger after being ordered to move faster.

In the 2009 Comic Relief for Red Nose Day, comedian Catherine Tate stars as Carol's counterpart who is evaluating Carol to see if she makes standards to keep her job during the credit crunch.

However, it becomes clear that the two are actually too timid to rob the bank properly, with the one played by Lucas getting only a handful of desk pens and the one played by Walliams a desk marker saying "Position closed" on the second attempt, rather than money.

Played by: David Walliams Appearances: Starting in Series 2 Catchphrase: "Computer says no....

Another of her trademarks is that, whenever a customer reveals an aspect of their personal lives (such as when a man comments that it's been a while since he saw his daughter, or a couple comment that they have been married for thirty years), she will shrug her shoulders and mutter "Oh." Also, as a travel agent, Carol makes rude faces at the window (e.g.

Originally intended as a recurring character, she also appears in several deleted scenes from Series 3.

Letty also appears in the Little Britain video game.

When approached with a reasonable request, such as opening a bank account, a holiday to America or making an appointment, she will type the information into her computer.

Upon discovering that the request cannot be met, she will answer with a deadpan "Computer says no." As a travel agent, she would then follow up her refusal with an offer of a strange, and often unhelpful substitute, of the kind that the customer is very unlikely to agree to, such as (when the client asked for a flight to Orlando) "I've got a flight to Guildford" or (when asked for a boat ride for two people) "There is one place left. " She is unwilling to use any human initiative beyond checking her computer to help her customers further, and will instead cough in their face to get them to go away.

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