Lucy wants to go to Venice for her upcoming birthday but Tim and Lee plan a surprise party,which is no surprise because she finds out about it. Perturbed that so many couples have been ... See full summary »

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Lucy wants to go to Venice for her upcoming birthday but Tim and Lee plan a surprise party,which is no surprise because she finds out about it. Perturbed that so many couples have been invited and not wanting to be the singleton she brings work colleague Robin to pose as her boyfriend but when he starts coming on to her it's time for Lee to save her with the aid of the chocolate fountain. Written by don @ minifie-1

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A surprise for Lucy.
16 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lucy's thirtieth birthday is fast approaching, she's planning on a trip to Venice, she's worried that her friends and family will tell her she should be married with kids. Lucy's parents have tasked Tim with organising Lucy's surprise party, the Venice trip comes as a nice surprise, nobody has a clue who she's heading to Venice with. Lucy stupidly leaves her phone at the flat, Lee goes through her phone book and unwittingly gives the surprise away. Lucy brings a colleague, who poses as a boyfriend, but when he starts getting fresh, Lee steps in

It's a fun episode with some great lines, especially between Lee and Miranda once again, they make a great duo. It's great to see Geoffrey and Wendy once again, they are both awesome characters, brilliantly played by Timothy West and Deborah Grant.

Some lines are a bit naughty in this one, but overall it's a funny thirty minutes. 7/10


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