Crims (2015– )
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Day Fifty-Seven 

Luke makes the dramatic decision to propose to Gemma, in an attempt to send her new mate Roger a clear message. The only slight obstacle to overcome will be getting her parents' permission.

Director:

Alex Winckler

Writers:

Adam Kay (created & written by), Dan Swimer (created & written by)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Elis James ... Luke
Kadiff Kirwan ... Jason
Eamonn Holmes ... Self
Theo Barklem-Biggs ... Marcel
Selom Awadzi ... Daz
Ed Kear ... Black Elton John
Cariad Lloyd Cariad Lloyd ... Dawn
Ricky Champ ... Creg
Lashana Lynch ... Gemma
Jamal Hadjkura Jamal Hadjkura ... Isaac
Suzette Llewellyn ... Mrs. Gardner
Cyril Nri Cyril Nri ... Mr. Gardner
Kola Bokinni ... Lewis
Joshua Boyd-Campbell Joshua Boyd-Campbell ... Anwar (as Joshua Campbell)
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Luke is horrified to discover that not only is his girlfriend Gemma still living with her close friend Roger, but they're thinking of getting a dog together. Gemma's brother (and Luke's infuriating cellmate) Jason for once has a good solution to the problem - why doesn't Luke propose? Meanwhile, Prison Officer Creg is suspicious that one of the inmates is running a gambling racket right under his nose. Unfortunately, his usual source of information - Isaac - has gone cold turkey on snitching and Creg just can't seem to break him. Luke's proposal plan hits a snag when Jason reveals that he'll have to get permission from his parents. This wouldn't have been such a problem had Jason not "accidentally" told his Dad that it was entirely Luke's fault that they're both locked up. And if that wasn't pressure enough, other prisoners have started putting bets on whether Gemma will say yes... including the terrifying Marcel.

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

22 January 2015 (UK) See more »

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