White Gold (2017– )
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Sexy Rollercoasters 

Vincent, Fitzpatrick and Lavender meet a group of men from a publishing company who have expense accounts and company cars, making Vincent wonder if he's in the wrong business. Carol struggles with the new computer.


Damon Beesley


Damon Beesley (created by), Joe Thomas




Episode credited cast:
Ed Westwick ... Vincent Swan
Joe Thomas ... Martin Lavender
James Buckley ... Brian Fitzpatrick
Linzey Cocker Linzey Cocker ... Sam Swan
Nigel Lindsay ... Tony Walsh
Lauren O'Rourke ... Carol
Lee Ross ... Ronnie
Jack Doolan ... Andrew Davies
Lloyd Hutchinson ... Brendan
Charlie Parker-Swift ... Phillip (as John J. Joseph)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lorraine Bruce ... Miss Barnes
Danielle Flett ... Suzi
Paul Lancaster Paul Lancaster ... Dogger
Sarah Mayhew Sarah Mayhew ... Maggie (as Sara Mayhew)
Gerard Monaco ... Martin


Angry that Cachet do not supply their reps with company cars and expense accounts Swan resigns and hopes he can get a job with a firm selling advertising space which provides those perks. Unfortunately he antagonizes the boss, who regards Cachet as no better than bandits. Happily for him Walsh is only too eager to give him his old job back as temporary head salesman Fitzpatrick has proved to be a disaster, installing a computer which baffles receptionist Carol and angering a local heavy. Written by don @ minifie-1

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24 May 2017 (UK) See more »

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Did You Know?


Vincent tells an anecdote about a mate's car rolling into a lake when he was trying to use its headlights but forgot to apply the handbrake. This exact thing happens to Joe Thomas and James Buckley's characters in The Inbetweeners. See more »


The show takes place in 1983. "Somebody's Watching Me" is played, which wasn't released until 1984. See more »

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Sexy Rollercoasters
7 June 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

I have no idea how big a thing 'Dogging' was back in the early 1980s. Not that I would had known about it much as I was only a kid at the time.

From my recollection it became a sensation in the tabloids in the late 1990s. Still Fitzpatrick who has become the temporary head of sales at Cachet windows take the lads out to a dogging site but it is a gay only night on that occasion. The lads are overcome with disappointment.

The reason Fitzpatrick is in charge is because Swan has resigned, demanding a company car as a perk. He thinks he can do better as a magazine ad seller and they get a company car. The trouble is Swan has already antagonised his prospective boss and a round of golf with him does not help matters much.

Swan goes back to Cachet windows with his tail between his legs but that tail would soon be bushy, he is welcomed back with open arms and a car. Fitzpatrick was a disaster, sales were down and he upset a local gangster.

The second episode simmered along nicely with the 80s soundtrack and the dogging escapade was funny. The big problem the series has that no one is really likable.

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