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The Gig and the Girlfriend 

Simon takes Tara, a girl in the class below him, to a gig at a pub where to impress her, he has told her that he can get any drugs - courtesy of Jay. Jay's first attempt to score ends up ... See full summary »

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Simon takes Tara, a girl in the class below him, to a gig at a pub where to impress her, he has told her that he can get any drugs - courtesy of Jay. Jay's first attempt to score ends up with him buying tea-bags though eventually he does obtain some puff. None of the boys have smoked it before though and Will suffers severe side effects and takes to the stage to request an ambulance. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Joe Thomas (Simon) and Hannah Tointon (Tara) met for the first time filming this episode. Hannah was guest-starring as the girl that Simon begins dating. She also featured in the next episode of 'The Inbetweeners' episode, titled "A Trip to Warwick" as Simon's girlfriend. They began dating soon after in real life, and in January of 2017, the pair announced their engagement. See more »

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Will: [grabs the microphone while high] Hello. Hello everyone. Can somebody call me an ambulance because I'm in trouble. Time is moving really, really slowly and everything is flat. I need you to call me an ambulance, or failing that my mummy. I really want my mummy because I'm not being dramatic, I think I might be dead. Is that clear, Mummy or Ambulance?
[is helped off by security]
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References Scarface (1983) See more »

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Gone Up In Flames
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Written by Ali Clewer, Tom Derrett, Matthew Greener, Chris Wheatcroft
Performed by Morning Runner
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