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Green Wing (TV Series 2004–2007) Poster

(2004–2007)

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The speed up/slowdown scenes are occasionally used to mask actors breaking, or to disguise a change between takes.
Stephen Mangan and Michelle Gomez have a tendency to improvise - the scene between Guy and Sue White where Guy is holding a child is entirely improvised, for example.
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The show contains both the onscreen and off-screen love interest of Jack Davenport. Sarah Alexander who played Steve's (Davenport's) fiancé Susan from Coupling, and Jack Davenport's real life wife Michelle Gomez.
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The same actress (Rosie Cavaliero) plays both Robbie's teacher in series 1 and Dr. Statham's voice therapist in series 2.
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Filmed in a working Hospital.
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Green Wing, a surreal situation comedy about life at an NHS Hospital, is sometimes categorized as "News and Factual" in some Television Guides, instead of being categorized as "Entertainment".
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One of the writers cameos as one of the people who applies to live with Carol.
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Some UK Hospitals have a tradition of Staff performing irreverent sketches at fundraising "Revues".
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Harriet Schulenberg is named for one of the Producers.
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