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Edward Halsted ...
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Lee and Tim get it into their heads that Guy is a gangster who smuggles diamonds into the country after a suspicious package arrives at the flat though it turns out that he is secretly having an engagement ring made up to propose to Lucy. Lucy and Guy arrive at the airport to go to Sicily on holiday and Guy asks Lucy to marry him but she refuses as she finds him too controlling so he spends the holiday on his own. Lee is not sorry. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 October 2007 (UK)  »

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Great finale to the Second series.
14 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Guy's back, and planning to take Lucy on a surprise trip. He leaves her with some very dodgy dresses to try on. Lee is convinced that Guy is a gangster, and begins following him. Tim and Lee break into Guy's office and discover a quantity of diamonds, Guy classes as white sapphires. Lee's pinched one and goes to get it checked, his suspicions are confirmed, it's a highly valuable diamond. Guy and Lucy set off, Barbara convinces Tim and Lee to go and rescue her from Guy's evil clutches

Seriously slick writing once again, I just love the gags in this episode. Slightly more surreal then the previous offerings, but it was a great way to end the series, no wonder it's still going today.

Sally Bretton looked absolutely stunning at the end. She has been so good throughout this series, Lucy's a more interesting character then Kate. Miranda Hart has also been a great addition to the show, so funny. 8/10


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