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Warring Factions 

Mark and Jeremy compete for the attentions of their attractive neighbor Toni.

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Mark and Jeremy compete for the attentions of their attractive neighbor Toni.

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Trivia

In the pub scene where Super Hans is speaking to Jeremy, Hans mentions people like Mark 'clicking their fingers to the Lighthouse Family'. Earlier in the episode, while Mark is entering the bus, we hear he is listening to 'Ocean Drive' by The Lighthouse Family. See more »

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When Jeremy dances to his track in his room, his POV shows the reflection in the mirror; the background behind him changes position as it cuts to a different point in his dancing. This happens twice. See more »

Quotes

Mark Corrigan: Yeah, so, er, Jeremy tells me you watched a porno together. You know, I'd be into...
Toni: That wasn't a porno. That was The English Patient.
Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Ha! What an idiotic boob! He's out, I'm in!
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References Hitler's Generals (1996) See more »

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Ocean Drive
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Written by Paul Tucker
Performed by Lighthouse Family
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of to a good start, format may take a bit getting used to
25 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We're introduced to the lives of flatmates office worker, Mark Corrigan and aspiring musician Jeremy Osborne (David Mitchell and Robert Webb, respectively)as they both via for the attention of neighbor Toni. Coming into this show knowing nothing except the rave reviews of it, I hadn't a clue what to really expect. I did enjoy this episode very British humour, very dry and cringe worthy (in a good way). The whole inner thoughts set-up will take a bit of getting used to, but I'll definitely give this show another shot and if it keeps the feel of the pilot episode, I'll not be hesitant to recommend it to others in the least bit.

My grade: B+


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