Not Going Out: Season 2, Episode 2

Gay (14 Sep. 2007)

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Having told work colleague Guy,whom people believe to be gay,that she is not homophobic and has a gay flat mate Tim's sister Lucy asks Lee to pretend that he is gay. Guy has his doubts and ... See full summary »

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Having told work colleague Guy,whom people believe to be gay,that she is not homophobic and has a gay flat mate Tim's sister Lucy asks Lee to pretend that he is gay. Guy has his doubts and tests Lee by taking him to a gay club but Tim then is suspicious and Lee explains to him about the pretence. They are overheard by Guy,who is also straight - and starting to date Lucy. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Not Coming Out
8 October 2013 | by (Walmington On Sea) – See all my reviews

When Lucy makes a homophobic comment to her new work colleague Guy (who she is told is gay), she uses the old 'how can I be gay, I have a gay flatmate' line. Asking Lee to pretend to be gay for one evening while Guy comes round for dinner, Lee reluctantly goes along with it, but says for one evening only. But when Guy offers Lee free corporate tickets to watch England, will he be willing to be gay for a bit longer...

This was a quality episode of the excellent sitcom 'Not Going Out' full of the usual brilliant one liners and characters digging larger and larger holes for themselves. As it turns out, Guy isn't gay either and he ends up dating Lucy, appearing on a semi-regular basis for the rest of the second series.

Me and my mate pretended to be a gay couple once to get in a gay bar. The bouncer believed us.

After a fine first series where Lee's flatmate was Californian Kate (Megan Dobbs), Sally Bretton's Lucy became Lee's new flatmate and remains so as six series have now been made. Two episodes into the role and Bretton seems totally at home here. An excellent comedy with a 70's sitcom feel about it. In my view, 'Not Going Out' is Britain's best sitcom since the turn of the century.


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