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Gavin and Stacey's surnames (Shipman and West) are named after the famous British serial killers Dr. Harold Shipman (one of the most prolific serial killers ever, believed to have had least 200 victims) and Fred West. Also Pete Sutcliffe (Adrian Scarborough), has the same first and last name as the man known as "The Yorkshire Ripper". See more »
A very well written, Witty, well acted comedy - Very Rereshing
I must say I can't quite understand the previous reviewer, as I think they are on a different planet to anyone else and I felt compelled to put the record straight.
Gavin & Stacey is one of the best comedies I have seen in recent years. It features a wonderful cast and a brilliantly written script form Ruth Jones and James Cordon. The programme is set around Gavin (an Essex boy) and Stacey (a receptionist from Barry Island) who begin their relationship over the phone when they are at work.
Feedback from the series has been so good that a second series has already been commissioned.
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