Freddie's sister Karen is entering the Next SexBomb contest but he disapproves of her trying to win the sympathy vote because their mother is dead. JJ tells him Cook wants to see him but he... See full summary »

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Freddie's sister Karen is entering the Next SexBomb contest but he disapproves of her trying to win the sympathy vote because their mother is dead. JJ tells him Cook wants to see him but he is tired of doing what Cook wants and goes to see Effy to reveal his feelings though she rejects him. Despite having turned their shed into a dance studio,Karen loses the contest,thanks to Cook persuading the local pub customers to vote against her. Freddie decides he will definitely explain to Effy how he feels about her but finds she is with Cook. Written by don @ minifie-1

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There is a picture of Freddie, Cook, and JJ in the shed; they're dressed as the 3 Musketeers. Cook also refers to the group as the 3 Musketeers. Luke Pasqualino, who plays Freddie, would go on to play D'Artagnan in the BBC show 'The 3 Musketeers.' See more »

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Naomi: Hamlet's basically a teenage boy. He's got these desires, but he doesn't have the bottle to reach out for them. So he goes mad and wanks off about Ophelia and ends up so boring that somebody has to kill him.
Josie: I'm not sure that's right. There's no wanking in Hamlet.
Naomi: Mmm. Yeah. There is. Loads. Only they call it soliloquizing.
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