Peep Show: Season 2, Episode 6

Wedding (17 Dec. 2004)

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Jeremy agrees to marry Nancy in order to make her eligible for a visa, and whilst she insists it's purely an administrative procedure, Jeremy's sure it will be the happiest administrative ... See full summary »

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Jeremy agrees to marry Nancy in order to make her eligible for a visa, and whilst she insists it's purely an administrative procedure, Jeremy's sure it will be the happiest administrative procedure of their lives. Mark is pleased to see Sophie and Jeff breaking up but finds it hard to make his move and ends up being set up on a date with another woman. A jealous Toni starts an affair with Jeremy. Written by two_green_bottles

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This episode features a character called Sam who is a Buddhist. Writer/Co-Creator Sam Bain is a Buddhist. See more »

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[Sophie is suddenly trying to pair Mark up with another woman, he doesn't want to do it]
Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Must... think... words... funny words...
Karen: Hi, there.
Mark Corrigan: Hi, hi. Say, isn't it funny, all the... coffee. What's with all the coffee? Listen, I'm just going to go over to my stupid friend and... Grrr! Give her a good shake. But if you ever want to call me about anything, then I'm in the book. Mark Corrigan.
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Mark Corrigan: Too formal. Lighten things up.
[he winks at her]
Mark Corrigan: [voiceover] Light, not slimy! Ohh, ...
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Season 2: Strong characters and great dialogue
13 May 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The second season of Peep Shows sees the characters a bit more bedded in. The season this time sees Mark's continued awkward pursuit of Sophie while Jez finds himself involved with a sexually adventurous American girl called Nancy. In terms of these threads filling a season (even a short UK season) it does a good job and each episode has a very good flow to it, entertaining in its own right and fitting into the whole.

Having said that though, the appeal here is the comedy rather than the narrative structure which it exists within. On this front the season is very strong. There are plenty of consistent laughs and lines that fit the nature of the characters really well. Jez's self-centered outlook is well played out in his own head while Mark is consistently hilarious and very well observed – although I think I feel this way in part because he is the character that I associated most with. The supporting characters continue to be good whether they are devices within the plot or funny in their own right. The performances from Mitchell and Webb are natural and convincing – most people assume that they are the writers of the material as well and it speaks to their ease within the characters that this is a common mistake.

Peep Show is looking pretty consistent and this second season is funny and engaging throughout thanks to great dialogue and delivery.


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