Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends: Season 3, Episode 5

Looking for Love (23 Oct. 2000)

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Louis visits Bangkok to meet the people behind the dating agencies that introduce Thai women to Western men.



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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Presenter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ronnie Conrad ...
Lawrence Lynch ...
Khum Mam ...
Herself (Ronnie's 4th wife)
Lake Palmer ...
Panom Yeesoon ...
Herself (Lake's wife)


Louis visits Bangkok to meet the people behind the dating agencies that introduce Thai women to Western men.

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After his whirlwind romance with his new bride, Lake Palmer had to fly back to England without her just a few days after their wedding. She promised she'd join him as soon as her visa came through, but she was refused a visa and it turned out she was still married to another Englishman. He spent thousands of pounds on international phone calls and sending gifts and money to her but in the following year she left him for a Belgian man, leaving him in a more depressed state than before. He appeared on Trisha (1998) to tell his story. See more »


[Louis visits Lake Palmer and his new Thai bride in his hotel room]
Louis Theroux: How's it all been going?
Lake Palmer: It has been like a fairytale. We had very hectic two days. Very hectic, you know?
Louis Theroux: I... I speak English.
Lake Palmer: Ah - Oh, sorry.
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Theme from Jason King
(1971 TV series) (uncredited)
Composed by Laurie Johnson
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