As promised, David Brent has been denied the happy ending of The Office Christmas Special to give us some more songs, laughs, and deep underlying pathos in a new Comic Relief special. Catching up with him a decade later, you get to see parts of Brent's Foregone Conclusion back-catalog only teased in the original series, with the manager-turned-cleaning-supplies-salesman giving full performances of "The Serpent Who Guards the Gates of Hell" and the reggae-inspired "Equality Street"--the latter of which gets a full black-and-white video to match its equally-blunt message of racial harmony. It's not clear how many more years must pass before we get a full-length cut of "Spaceman," but you can hear the rest below:
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