Nineteen-year old Debbie turns up at the flat and arranges to meet Lee,whom she believes to be her father following a one night stand with her late mother at a party twenty years earlier. ... See full summary »

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Lee
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Tim
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Lucy
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Daisy
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Debbie
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Karen
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Terry (as Paul Vincent Lowe)
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Little Lucy
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Nineteen-year old Debbie turns up at the flat and arranges to meet Lee,whom she believes to be her father following a one night stand with her late mother at a party twenty years earlier. This was the party where Lee first met Tim,who then looked like 'a cross between Gloria Hunniford and a white Michael Jackson' and he too could be the putative father. When DNA results seem to exclude either it is fortunate that Lucy remembers a traumatic experience she had as an eight year old - which solves the mystery. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Has some side splitting moments.
20 January 2016 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Nineteen year old beautiful blonde Debbie turns up on Lee's doorstep to borrow a cup of sugar. Lee thinks she's interested in him, she gives him her phone number and asks him for a drink. Tim tries his hand at Karaoke, while Debbie tells Lee she thinks Lee could be her father. To try to get to know her he takes her out for the day, for a round of crazy golf

Another really funny episode, very different in tone, the previous one had been utter laugh out loud, this one took on a slightly more serious tone, was nice to see a more human side to Lee.

That 1980's flashback scene was just hilarious, the first meeting between Tim and Lee. That was very slick and very funny. The mini golf seen too, has me howling laughing, Fawlty Towers - esque.

8/10


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