Charlie only agrees after Tony reminds him of how much cash they could make from delivery scams at the event, realising it's the one way he can raise the money to bribe Pete out of telling ... See full summary »

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Martin Marquez ...
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James Schofield (as Ray Coulthard)
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Tanya Mihajlov (as Danira Govic)
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Mr. Daniels
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Natasha
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Charlie only agrees after Tony reminds him of how much cash they could make from delivery scams at the event, realising it's the one way he can raise the money to bribe Pete out of telling Rebecca about his past. Finding an agreeable suitor is easy enough, but can they convince Natasha's billionaire father Vladimir, and more importantly Rebecca, that the wedding is genuine? The whirlwind of wedding plans catch Rebecca on a personal level, but it's obsessive compulsive guest Mr Daniels who makes her realise that hiding in the hotel isn't going to solve her own relationship problems. Charlie's scams earn him enough to pay off Pete, but the whole affair has made Rebecca suspicious. She takes the initiative, and delves a little into his employment history. Written by Rune Thandy

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2 February 2006 (UK)  »

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That's not real champagne being poured into the rock star's bath. As the scene required numerous takes, using the real stuff would have proved far too expensive. See more »

Goofs

At one point Russian guest Natasha Baranovskiy snaps at Charlie and demands he address her as 'Miss Baranovskiy' rather than 'Natasha'. However, as a native Russian, Natasha would have demanded the proper, feminine form, 'Baranovskaya'. See more »

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