Extras (2005–2007)
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Kate Winslet 

Andy and Maggie work on a Holocaust film that stars Kate Winslet.

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Episode cast overview:
... Andy Millman
... Maggie Jacobs
... Darren Lamb
Charlotte Palmer ... Suzanne
Francesca Martinez ... Francesca
... Kate Winslet
John Kirk ... Mike (as John Lirk)
... Father
Lucinda Raikes ... Lisa
Pamela Lyne ... Old Lady
Paul Pariser ... Spark


Andy and Maggie get work on an Oscar-bait holocaust film starring Kate Winslet. Andy finds himself interested in one of the nun extras on the set, and Maggie gets advice about sexual talk to her boyfriend from the surprisingly dirty Kate Winslet. Written by two_green_bottles

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Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

9 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Kate Winslet says she will be "polishing her husband's Oscar". Kate's husband at the time was Sam Mendes and he won an Oscar for directing American Beauty (1999). See more »


When Darren shows Andy his calculator which should read "58008" it shows a "1". See more »


Andy's Agent: All right, mate! Come and check this out. I just typed in fifty eight thousand and eight into a calculator, erm, and low and behold, amazingly, it comes up BOOBS! You see that? That's worth knowing, isn't it?
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References Ryan's Daughter (1970) See more »


Tea For The Tillerman
Written by Cat Stevens
Performed by Cat Stevens
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another normal day..
14 March 2018 | by See all my reviews


Kate Winslet

A Golden Globe Winning series; Extras is another one of Ricky's gem that came out from his pot and just as it predecessor it stands out alone on witty humor, practicality awareness and no nonsense sequences that glues this majestic series. Ricky Gervais keeps it true and to-the-ground one of the main reasons why it works everytime when he draws the curtains.

The tone and the environment is palpable from the first frame projecting the discipline and the dedication of Ricky's work. It can be tricky to give space and range to the guest stars and still forward the plot line maintaining the quality of the material; something to look forward to.

Kate Winslet's track is hilarious but the real highlighter is Ricky Gervais's beliefs and preaching on religion; especially the whole conversation in the meeting is flat out amazing which makes it the best episode till now as it debates the opposite side of it.

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