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 ...
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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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Mark Corrigan: [starting to feel stoned] What if I lose it? I'm not gonna to do a poo, am I, Jez?
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References The Great Escape (1963) See more »

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Superbad
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getting 'lucky' the Peep way
26 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jeremy persuades Mark to shake things up a bit by going to a party that he knows about. Once there Mark chats up a little goth girl. Later on They along with the goth and Toni, who Jeremy rings up go bowling, where straight-laced Mark takes drugs for the first time. And runs into the co-worker he's been smitten with, Sophie who is out on a date of her own. By the third episode this show already has me hooked, the writing and acting are great. The funny bits are hilarious and I eagerly await every new episode. It's still not on the same level as "the Office" was (a show that frequently gets mentioned in the same sentence) But it's very good none the less.

My Grade: A-


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