When a supermarket issues a new car share scheme. Assistant Manager John Redmond (Peter Kay) and Promotions Rep Kayleigh Kitson (Sian Gibson) are forced to commute together every day. But will they get along?
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I got mistaken for a serial killer in Germany, once. Two years ago, I was in Berlin and they let some nut out and the people in the street were all goin' "Ooh ooh!" pointing at me, and I thought, "Oh I didn't know they had the Lilly Savage Show here."
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Wow well Paul O'Grady in general is an amazingly loving, warm-hearted funny guy and him having his own chat show is a laugh riot. Everyone may think that because it is on in the region of "daytime" telly that it is for older people and in a respect a lot of older people do watch it but it is only because they find him and his sense of humour and absolute breath of fresh air. Personally I think he could do a late night show as well, he would really pull it off. Giving a deserving guy his own chat show works and it really has worked. O don't think anyone would have known that this show would be as great and as phenomenal as it is!WELL DONE ITV a decent chat show!
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