Coupling (2000–2004)
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Susan is in labor, and Steve is now remembering the events of that night. Patrick and Sally are having problems with Patrick's previous relationship with Jane. As well as Oliver is ... See full summary »

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Susan is in labor, and Steve is now remembering the events of that night. Patrick and Sally are having problems with Patrick's previous relationship with Jane. As well as Oliver is desperate for a night with Jane but is soon interrupted by Steve and Susan. Written by Jereme

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Comedy | Romance

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14 June 2004 (UK)  »

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Richard Coyle's character Jeff is (sort of) resurrected in this episode albeit in a dream sequence in which he's had gender reassignment. "Jeffina" is played by Samantha Spiro. See more »

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The nurse checks Susan's cervix for dilation, without wearing gloves. See more »

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Patrick: I'm trying to think on my feet.
Sally: I know. It's like watching a whale knit.
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Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
Music by Osvaldo Farrés
English Lyrics by Joe Davis
Performed by Mari Wilson
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Season Four

Season/Series 4 of "Coupling" is certainly not as bad as some make it out to be but it is definitely more along the lines of one might expect from a solid sitcom rather than the frank genius of "Coupling". Oliver is a good character that was reacted to unfairly by fans because he was replacing just about everyone's favorite, Jeff.

This series had only one truly great episode in my mind, "Night Lines", which I probably only like this much because it's very 'fanwank-ish' writing from Mr. Moffat, but I don't mind that at all. The series finale is okay but watching it makes me glad that a fifth series was never made because it's very reminiscent of what an ordinary sitcom feels like.

Of course, this season doesn't provide closure, and when pressured to on the Outpost Gallifrey Doctor Who forum, the show-runner Steven Moffat presented some conclusions to outstanding plot lines. Now, I don't think that was designed to be official and he probably thought most of it up on the spot, but it's actually a surprisingly good and solid ending, and maybe a bit better than a fifth series might have been.

Season average based on ratings for all episodes: 7.83

Average for the whole show: 8.78

Overall rating: 10/10


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