Despite a savage dummy interview from Bryn Stacey gets a job as a waitress as Marco's cafe. Dave Coaches is not happy when Nessa and the young Shipmans take baby Neil to Essex but cuts his ... See full summary »

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Stacey
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Gavin
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Bryn
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Gwen
Steffan Rhodri ...
Dave
Ifan Huw Dafydd ...
Neil the Father
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Steve Meo ...
Owain Hughes (as Steven Meo)
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Smithy
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Rudi
Johnny Tudor ...
Marco
Gillian Elisa ...
Welsh Nationalist
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Mick
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Pete
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Pam
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Despite a savage dummy interview from Bryn Stacey gets a job as a waitress as Marco's cafe. Dave Coaches is not happy when Nessa and the young Shipmans take baby Neil to Essex but cuts his losses when Nessa's father offers a weekend watching porn. In Billericay Pam and Mick order a huge Indian takeaway for the family and a surprisingly quiet Dawn and Pete. Stacey wants Gavin to slip away from the party and make a baby with her but he gets drunk and passes out. Next morning Nessa and Smithy wake up in the same bed. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Comedy | Romance

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Dawn falling over on the way into the garden to have a cigarette was completely unplanned - Julia Davis actually tripped up and they decided to keep it in the final edit. See more »

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References Midsomer Murders (1997) See more »

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House of Fun
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Written by Lee Thompson and Mike Barson
Performed by Madness
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