The Trip: Season 1, Episode 2

L'Enclume (8 Nov. 2010)

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Steve wakes from his dream that he is in Hollywood with Ben Stiller to find he is in bed with the Polish receptionist before he and Rob move on to L'Enclume at Cartmel,singing Kate Bush's ... See full summary »

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Steve wakes from his dream that he is in Hollywood with Ben Stiller to find he is in bed with the Polish receptionist before he and Rob move on to L'Enclume at Cartmel,singing Kate Bush's song 'Wuthering Heights'. On arrival they sample the starter menu,read of Warren Beatty's sexual exploits in the paper and have another duel of impressions,ranging from Ray Winstone to Liam Neeson,over dinner. Afterwards Rob phones his wife for a loving chat whilst Steve rings Mischa in Las Vegas,where she is writing about prostitutes,and has a gloomy conversation with his American agent over his - lack of - a Hollywood career. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Steve Coogan: Duck fat lolly. Well, why not? This is like my comedy, it's like, it's familiar, like we all know what a lolly is, but there's something very different about it.
Rob Brydon: And, like lollipops, something that we enjoyed a long time ago.
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