Cuckoo (2012– )
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The Wedding 

Rachel and Cuckoo discover that their Thai beach wedding ceremony wasn't official.

Director:

Ben Taylor

Writers:

Robin French (created & written by), Kieron Quirke (created & written by)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Andy Samberg ... Cuckoo
Greg Davies ... Ken Thompson
Helen Baxendale ... Lorna Thompson
Tamla Kari ... Rachel Thompson
Tyger Drew-Honey ... Dylan Thompson
Kenneth Collard ... Steve (as Ken Collard)
Selina Griffiths Selina Griffiths ... Connie
Philip Jackson ... Tony
Tony Jayawardena Tony Jayawardena ... Hassan
Jamie Zubairi ... John
John May John May ... Bouncer
Tara Wells Tara Wells ... Chantelle
Peter Ling Peter Ling ... Fufan
Jit Loi Chong Jit Loi Chong ... Buddhist Monk (as Jit Loi Chung)
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Storyline

Rachel and Cuckoo learn that their Thai marriage ceremony was not legal and plan another wedding in England. Steve,angry that Connie has gone off on a singing tour,offers to help Ken sabotage the nuptials by being best man and,along with Dylan,they take Cuckoo for a stag night,aiming to get him drunk and film him snogging a prostitute,Rachel getting to see the result,but Ken loses heart for revenge when Cuckoo tells him how he loves him and the family. Ken even thwarts Steve's plan to get Cuckoo shipped abroad in a crate and,come the big day,is happy to give his daughter away and act as best man at the same time. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Official BBC3 Website

Release Date:

30 October 2012 (UK) See more »

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Production Co:

Roughcut Television See more »
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References Hollyoaks (1995) See more »

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