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Mark's Women 

Mark's promotion bolsters his confidence, he's getting closer to Dobby through a shared love of fantasy role-playing game and Sophie's ready to annul their marriage - but a drunken one ... See full summary »

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Mark's promotion bolsters his confidence, he's getting closer to Dobby through a shared love of fantasy role-playing game and Sophie's ready to annul their marriage - but a drunken one night stand has life changing consequences. Jeremy decides that his life is going nowhere and joins a cult, which gives him a new outlook on life completely. With Mark and Jeremy's lives moving in different directions is this really the end of the El Dude brothers? Written by Anonymous

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6 June 2008 (UK)  »

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Jeremy Usborne: And what about the... issue?
Mark Corrigan: Well, if Sophie contines down her path towards self-destruction we'll end up adopting like a couple of gay dads anyway, so we'll never need to find whose it is.
Jeremy Usborne: Right. Who knows? Who the fuck even cares?
Mark Corrigan: Exactly.
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Mark Corrigan: Oh, Jesus.
Jeremy Usborne: [voiceover] Oh, Jesus.
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Season 5: Little bit stalled compared to the flow of the previous season but still very funny and well written
8 December 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The fourth season of this show was a very strong one thanks to the usual good qualities of writing and acting, but helped by Mark's wedding giving structure to the whole season as it is pulled towards this one event. In the wake of the unhappy event, this season seems a little bit stalled by comparison. With both characters outside of a specific narrative thread, the season doesn't quite have the same "season" feel that the last one did, although it is really only noticeable in a loss of narrative sharpness by comparison.

This is the only area where it doesn't feel sharp though because otherwise it is as good as it ever was. The writing falls back into a slightly more episodic nature and does have some things in the plotting that don't always ring true or work particularly well but in terms of the dialogue and characters it is great stuff. Mark remains the best character because he rings the truest for me but Jeremy is also very funny. The supporting characters are not as well used in this season for some reason, but the lead two don't really need too much help. It is to their credit that Mitchell and Webb could probably deliver these characters in their sleep, but never do so.

The fifth season may not be quite as good as the fourth but this is down to change in the narrative flow rather than any dip in quality. The dialogue is funny and the performances make the most of it in yet another great season of this great show.


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