Sophie calls off a date with Tim at the last minute, citing that she has to work late. Having experienced the same thing with his last girlfriend who left him for her boss and his best ... See full summary »

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Sophie calls off a date with Tim at the last minute, citing that she has to work late. Having experienced the same thing with his last girlfriend who left him for her boss and his best friend, Tim begins to freak out. Daisy convinces Tim to go out on the town with her that night, leaving Brain and Mike to keep an eye on Colin, which they fail at. Tim and Daisy have an exciting night of drinking, escaping from angry college boys looking to get some weed, an irritating conversation with Tim's arch-nemesis, Duane Benzie, and losing their car/house keys. Written by Tim Von Cloedt

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Simon Pegg has always wanted to incorporate the pretend gunfight and the "understanding" between males, even strangers, that lead to it into his stand-up but he had never been able to figure out how to tell it right. See more »

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Tim: [groans] Oh... what?
Romford Thug Leader: You KNOW what.
Tim: Is it because I sang the Kia-Ora advert?
Daisy: Oh I remember that "It's too orangey for crows"
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References Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) See more »

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Homage To Patagonia
Performed by Lemon Jelly
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It just came out of no where
26 December 2007 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This was the first episode of Spaced I ever saw and definitely my favorite. But I only saw it originally from the 2nd half on. So when *(and here comes the SPOILER ALERT)* they start the imaginary war fighting with the thugs.....it just came out of no where in my eyes. Of course now I own both series and know them all inside out, but its typical of their humor to just pull things out of no where. Like when Marsha's parallel universe ego is on the T.V. and it cuts back to Tim like he was conversing with her.

To put it simply, I love it, love it, love it!! If I could write a comment for all the episode i would, but i haven't the patience!! As far as I'm concerned, it's Fawlty Towers for the generation x.


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