Jen is curious about the red door behind Roy's desk, which she has been forbidden to open - so she opens it and finds Richmond Avenal, a lonely Goth who was once Denholm's right hand man but fell out with him over the band Cradle of Filth and has been banished to solitary confinement. Feeling sorry for him she determines to restore him to his former glory and also helps Roy, who has become trapped under a woman's desk whilst trying to sort out an IT problem. Moss meanwhile finds that having his face on the bottom of his new mug does not prevent it from being stolen like his old mug. Written by
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Did You Know?
Recording artist Tino Ghost wrote a song based on the Richmond character. The song, "Richmond Syndrome," was released on his third album "3". See more
A possible goof is when Richmond gives Denholm's mother a Cradle of Filth CD, he recommends track 4 and says that it is called "Coffin Fodder". Coffin Fodder is in fact track 9 on the album "Nymphetamine". However The CD Richmond proffers is not identified because it's gift-wrapped, so it's perfectly possible that the CD is a compilation that Richmond has made. There's no explicit identification of the CD as a copy of Nymphetamine. See more
[Moss is laughing and Jen starts giggling too
What are you laughing at?
This flipping circuit board, Jen. Some chump has run the data lines right through the power supply. Amateur hour! I've got tears in my eyes!
[Jen turns away
Music by David Hewson
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