This Life (1996–1997)
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Last Tango in Southwark 

Anna and Miles have doubts about each other after finally getting together at a party. Egg says goodbye to both his father and his writing career. Milly is taken aback by the arrival of an attractive new trainee at the firm.

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Amita Dhiri ...
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Anna and Miles have doubts about each other after finally getting together at a party. Egg says goodbye to both his father and his writing career. Milly is taken aback by the arrival of an attractive new trainee at the firm.

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17 March 1997 (UK)  »

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The episode in which we're introduced to the evil Rachel!
7 June 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Natasha Little makes her entrance as the loathsome wolf-in-sheep's-clothing Rachel, the legal trainee in Milly and Warren's law firm. Meanwhile, the housemates trawl through the physical and emotional wreckage of the previous evening's party. The relationship between Miles and Anna, predictably, self-combusts before it's even gotten off the ground. Egg and Milly are back on track (for the time being, at least), Warren is obsessing over how much he's revealed while drunk. Egg's Dad, Jerry decides to move out of the house after being unceremoniously dumped by Anna, and a guest from the party nicks the housekeeping money. As a further matter of interest, according to the IMDb records, this episode was also the first appearance on our screens of Martin Freeman, later star of such classics as "The Office", "Love Actually" and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy". He plays Stuart, the guy who steals the money (and inadvertently drinks Egg's urine from a beer can).


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