Party Animals (2007– )
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The murder of a white prisoner by his Asian inmate has created a media frenzy and the press are demanding a statement from their local MP, Labour minister Jo Porter who is nowhere to be ... See full summary »

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Scott Foster
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Ashika Chandirimani
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Kirsty MacKenzie
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Danny Foster
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James Northcote
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Sophie Montgomery
Pip Carter ...
Matt Baker
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Jo Porter
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Stephen Templeton
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George Morgan
T.R. Bowen ...
Lord Blakely (as Trevor Bowen)
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Tom Merchant
Martha Kearney ...
Herself - Newsnight Presenter
Claire Marshall ...
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Caroline Northcote
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The murder of a white prisoner by his Asian inmate has created a media frenzy and the press are demanding a statement from their local MP, Labour minister Jo Porter who is nowhere to be seen. When she finally arrives at work, hungover, she lets slip to Danny that Scott left last night's party with Kirsty. Danny is left wondering what happened between the two of them. Scott and Kirsty decide to lie about it. Sexy journalist Sophie convinces Labour supporting Scott to escort her to the Conservative Winter Ball. His boss, Stephen Templeton encourages him to go - hoping to win new Tory contacts. When Scott bumps into Ashika at the party, their attraction is reignited and it looks like a romance may be back on the cards. Later, feeling disillusioned, Scott vandalises his office and hands in his resignation. Ashika meets James' wife and father-in-law at the Ball, he makes it clear to Ashika that he's aware of her affair with James. Long term Conservative MP, George, shares a taxi home from ... Written by Anonymous

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28 February 2007 (UK)  »

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