Make My Day: Season 2, Episode 7

Dannuissia (I) (14 Feb. 2003)

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Danni is a 27 year-old-elephant-mad recruitment consultant in Welwyn Garden City. On her way to work she is stopped by Richard Blackwood and his PA, they have broken down and need to find a... See full summary »

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Richard Blackwood
Nancy MacLean
James Henry Parker
Alex Sibley
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Danni is a 27 year-old-elephant-mad recruitment consultant in Welwyn Garden City. On her way to work she is stopped by Richard Blackwood and his PA, they have broken down and need to find a coffee shop; can Danni help? Of course she can. She's not been at work long before Richard is in to give her a coffee for helping him out. But that's not all the help he needs. He's in town to be the celebrity face of a charity benefit organization for elephants called Rock The Trunk and he needs to create a sensible image for himself, will Danni pose as his fiancé? Before she has time to think about it Danni finds herself meeting the local Lord and founder of the charity as Richard Blackwood's fiancé. Whilst there flying lover Danni is also treated to helicopter ride over London courtesy of the Lord. Just when she thinks her day couldn't get any stranger Big Brother's Alex Sibley comes in to Danni's workplace looking for a job. Overcome with it all Danni is sent home to prepare for the charity ... Written by Monkey Kingdom

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