Mark and Jeremy go out to a party, where Mark strikes up conversation with a teenage "goth". The three go with Toni to a bowling alley, where Mark embarrassingly runs into Sophie, who's going out with a work colleague.

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Keir Charles ...
Valerie's Brother (as Kier Charles)
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Neil Fitzmaurice ...
Philip Herbert ...
Lazerbowl Manager (as Phillip Herbert)
John Hodgkinson ...
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Kyl Messios ...
Valerie's Brother's Friend
Flora Newbigin ...
Valerie
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Mark and Jeremy go out to a party, where Mark strikes up conversation with a teenage "goth". The three go with Toni to a bowling alley, where Mark embarrassingly runs into Sophie, who's going out with a work colleague.

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When Mark looks in the bathroom cabinet at the party, his POV shows his reflection in the mirror on the door of the cabinet but as he opens it, the reflection doesn't change at all. See more »

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Valerie: So, who exactly are you trying to bone tonight?
Mark Corrigan: Oh, I'm not in the game. If I can get my shopping home intact, I'll be happy.
Valerie: Just like, be honest about it. I mean, let's line up two naked rows, best-looking people can pick the best-looking people, the dregs can be left with the dregs and we can all go home early and get it over with.
Mark Corrigan: That, to me, is actually a very attractive system you're proposing.
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References The Great Escape (1963) See more »

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Superbad
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by Top Dogz
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another fantastic episode
28 February 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is possibly the best British sitcom ever, maybe better than the office!

The clear line of 'class' is as always set between David Mitchell and Rob Webb. But the series isn't just based on their differences but also how they can be similar.

I'm surprised that they didn't scoop the BAFTA for the show (nor did 'That M and W look' either?) but at least they have been recognised for their genius by other institutes.

still this episode has new laughs and past links as always. Keep watching


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