British Men Behaving Badly: Season 5, Episode 5

Cardigan (18 Jul. 1996)
"Men Behaving Badly" Cardigan (original title)

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Gary is feeling middle-aged. Not only is he dressing like George but Anthea mistakes him for their older colleague. He decides to prove his youth by going to a rave but, after getting lost,... See full summary »

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Gary is feeling middle-aged. Not only is he dressing like George but Anthea mistakes him for their older colleague. He decides to prove his youth by going to a rave but, after getting lost, he eventually throws up on arrival. Deborah is now a mature student and is befriended by the very young Adam, of whom Tony is insanely jealous, though she declines to have sex with both of them. Tony and Gary ultimately agree that the only way to act their age is to dance very badly in the Crown. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Georgy Girl
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Written by Tom Springfield and Jim Dale
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