When Saffy hires a handsome young man to do the Monsoons' garden, Patsy recognizes him as Jago Balfour, younger brother of a friend of hers who died of a drug overdose ,leaving Jago the ... See full summary »

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When Saffy hires a handsome young man to do the Monsoons' garden, Patsy recognizes him as Jago Balfour, younger brother of a friend of hers who died of a drug overdose ,leaving Jago the family mansion and its grounds. Gold- digging Eddy wastes no time in trying to seduce Jago, only to learn that he had to get rid of his estates to pay the death duties and sold them to rocker Roger Daltrey to turn into a fish farm. Written by don @ minifie-1

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7 September 2001 (UK)  »

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Patsy: Get your face and your...
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Patsy: hair away from me.
Saffie: My hair is not anywhere near you!
Patsy: Your face hair.
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My third favorite episode from series 4
10 April 2007 | by (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

"Fish Farm" is one of the better episodes from series four. The morning after a Marilyn Manson concert finds Eddy alarmed when she sees a strange man hovering in the garden. Saffy confirms she's having the garden redesigned, and later expresses her wish to have a pebble bubble fountain. Eddy soon learns the gardener's name is Jago (Crispin Bonham-Carter), and finds out he is the brother of an acquaintance who had a lot of money. She finds Jago attractive, and begins to flirt with the younger man. Patsy coaxes Eddy from the nearby utility room. Jago is equally delighted with Eddy's company, and he proposes the two go out on a date. Eddy and Patsy come to realize there could be more involved than the idea of Eddy and Jago becoming a hot couple: There could also be a lot of wealth to benefit from. The two women also plan Eddy's date to include wanton, sexual pleasures. Saffy scoffs at their schemes of enrichment and sex, and later places condoms around her mother's bedroom. The date gives Eddy a chance to try out her new blow-up bra, but slight mishaps occur after she and Jago return from their night out. Eddy becomes giddy and nervous as things become more intimate. Patsy is forced to hide in Eddy's bathroom when the couple enter the bedroom. The couple get more intimate as they share a joint in bed, which leads Eddy to have a drug-induced dream during the course of the night. The next morning finds Patsy still hiding in the bathroom, and Eddy subtly asking Jago about his financial situation. Jago's answer catches Eddy by surprise, and Patsy reveals her presence with an outcry. Dora Bryan returns to the show as a character named Dolly. Dora previously played a character named Millie in "The Last Shout." Dolly and Millie seem to be the exact same character, and no reason is given for the name change. It is also never mentioned if Dolly was being introduced as a new, but similar character. The character is once again chummy with Mrs. M., and the ladies create mild chaos in Edina's household with their shenanigans. The ladies are accompanied by their gentleman friend, Brice (Tim Wylton, who played a character with the same name in Jennifer Saunders' "Mirrorball.")


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