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With Lucy not pregnant and Barbara married to Pavel and out of the picture life should be simple but Tim ensures the opposite when he returns from a night-club wearing the wrong coat - with heroin in the pocket. He and Lee return the coat and its contents to the presumed rightful owner but they have just given free drugs to the wrong man and have to spend eight grand buying more to appease the real owner,a murderous butcher who is not pleased to find that the dealer has played a trick on him. Could Daisy be an unlikely saviour as the butcher gets serious with Tim and Lee? Written by don @ minifie-1

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Painfully funny episode.
20 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Tim's been on a raucous night out, and wearing a very practical overcoat, in one of the pockets he pulls out a package, a pack of heroin. He's picked up the wrong coat, leaving his, with its own name tag there. Tim finds a card in the pocket for Larry the Butcher, he asks for Lee's help to return the coat. Lee unwittingly gives the coat back to the wrong person. The pair have to get their hands on half a kilo of cocaine to give to the Butcher, when all goes wrong it seems like the only glimmer of home comes in the form of Daisy.

Absolutely hilariously funny episode, the mix ups are just great, brilliantly written. It feels very fresh once again, I loved Miranda Richardson, but I think they'd gone as far with the character as they could have, it left space for Daisy to grow as a character.

How good was Ricky Grover as Larry the Butcher.

There is a gag a minute, one of the funniest episodes in the show's history, almost like a live action cartoon, a definite 9/10


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