Benidorm (2007– )
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Episode #2.7 

Not Rated | | Comedy | Episode aired 9 May 2008
Kate disappears with her luggage, and Martin, after an initial assumption that maybe she had gone to the shops tracks her down. She has good news for them. Dorothy, the mother of Gavin, ... See full summary »

Director:

Sandy Johnson

Writer:

Derren Litten

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Bazely ... Troy
Nicholas Burns ... Martin Weedon
Jake Canuso ... Mateo Castellano
Abigail Cruttenden Abigail Cruttenden ... Kate Weedon
Janine Duvitski Janine Duvitski ... Jacqueline Stewart
Hannah Hobley Hannah Hobley ... Chantelle Garvey
Geoffrey Hutchings Geoffrey Hutchings ... Mel Harvey
Siobhan Finneran ... Janice Garvey
Kenny Ireland Kenny Ireland ... Donald Stewart
Elliott Jordan ... Jack
Elsie Kelly Elsie Kelly ... Noreen - The Oracle's Mum
Steve Pemberton ... Mick Garvey
Sheila Reid Sheila Reid ... Madge Barron
Crissy Rock ... Janey York
Hugh Sachs Hugh Sachs ... Gavin
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Storyline

Kate disappears with her luggage, and Martin, after an initial assumption that maybe she had gone to the shops tracks her down. She has good news for them. Dorothy, the mother of Gavin, half of the gay couple, comes to visit. Gavin is annoyed by Donald and Jacqueline's constant comments that he and his mother look the same age. Jack also comes to the complex in search of Janice, declaring his love for her, though she gets rid of him. Chantelle and the Oracle's date is ruined when he drinks too much Dutch courage and passes out. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 May 2008 (UK) See more »

Company Credits

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Tiger Aspect Productions See more »
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Color
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