Tim, Daisy, Mike and Brian go into panic mode and try to find Marsha to get her to come back after they find out that she's selling the flat. Sophie is offered a job at Marvel Comics in Seattle, and decides to take it. And with the future of her current living situation looking bleak, Daisy decides to head back home to work at a local news paper. After coming up with a "bloody spectacular" plan, Marsha decides to come home, but Diasy doesn't know that. He decides to rush to the train station to get Daisy, while Mike is sent to take Sophie to the airport, not getting a chance to say goodbye. Minus having Sophie there, everyone ends up happy in the end. Written by
Tim Von Cloedt
Did You Know?
While filming the scene where Daisy bangs on the upstairs window to get Colin's attention, Nick Frost
noticed that Ada the dog didn't look at the window, she just looked directly behind her. This led him to theorize that dogs can't look upwards, a theory that amused Edgar Wright
and Simon Pegg
so much that they wrote it into the script of Shaun of the Dead
(2004). See more
When Tim and Mike are trying to shoulder-charge the door to Marsha's room open, the wall shakes, giving away that this is a set rather than a real house. See more
[from the alternative ending
We live in a fantasy world, Tim. We've just constructed this fake utopia where y'know we never get old and never have to face the responsibilities of adulthood. We're just stretching our childhoods out as far as they can go.
Yeah, I know. We're lucky aren't we?
I mean, I'm not going to be wearing plastic jewlery when I'm 40. Am I?
I hope so.
References Dawn of the Dead
Fock Da Brainhole
Written by Mark Morriss
, Scott Morriss
, Adam Devlin
& Eds Chesters
Performed by The Bluetones See more