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Gavin and Stacey

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Hassled Thu 01-Aug-13 22:32:10

Firstly - don't you just love it? I can watch it again and again and it always makes me laugh. Earlier we had Bryn saying "Fee Fi Fo Fum" and then "Joking, I am - I'm not really a giant".

Secondly - why is Owain Hughes funny?

Thirdly - Ness was nearly in All Saints, drove trucks for Eddie Stobart, worked in Bollywood and nannied for Richard and Judy. What else?

TheRealFellatio Fri 02-Aug-13 09:46:43

oh, not on hmm

Hassled Fri 02-Aug-13 09:47:53

Whatever happened on that fishing trip, it was legal in most countries.

trikken Fri 02-Aug-13 09:50:37

Pamelaaaar is brilliant.

Portofino Fri 02-Aug-13 09:51:49

I want to be adopted by Pam and Mick.

usualsuspect Fri 02-Aug-13 09:56:26

Every character is perfectly cast.

I think.It's one of my favourite programmes ever.

I love the surprise party for Gwen episode.Bryn is genius in it.

trikken Fri 02-Aug-13 09:58:52

We dont know what happened on the fishing trip, other than it was unnatural between uncle and nephew, it was cold and soup was involved.

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Fri 02-Aug-13 09:58:58

My boona

Hassled Fri 02-Aug-13 10:00:12

I'd forgotten all about "selfish" Kate Adie grin grin

Whitershadeofpale Fri 02-Aug-13 10:00:40

I love it. Nessa and Stacey also spent a great night with Russell Brand but didn't end up in his book. She also used to turn tricks in Amsterdam with marsbars.

usualsuspect Fri 02-Aug-13 10:00:44

Big fat sue.

trikken Fri 02-Aug-13 10:01:22

And illegal in several countries.

usualsuspect Fri 02-Aug-13 10:02:16

It was physically impossible too.

Flyingfruit Fri 02-Aug-13 10:08:41

Think 'Wayne Hughes' is just a popular welsh name.
Fat no more pat!

Thehoardernextdoor Fri 02-Aug-13 10:08:58

Nessa also woke up next to a couple of Gladys Knights' Pips

TheRealFellatio Fri 02-Aug-13 10:10:11

Ha! Yes usual I love all the funny names of the peripheral characters. Big Fat Sue, Chinese Alan, Dave Coaches, Japanese Margaret.

Aaah. <happy sigh>

wintera Fri 02-Aug-13 10:10:12

I was thinking about G and S the other day when my sister was talking about someone she knows called 'fat Tracey'. Made me think of Pamlaar and her mate big fat Sue.

SavoyCabbage Fri 02-Aug-13 11:18:20

Dave Coach was his real name. David Lloyd coach.

I loved it when Chinese Alan came in in his stag night tshirt. "Anyone fancy a Chinese"

And Pete! Peter Sutcliffe on his cap.

Groovee Fri 02-Aug-13 11:29:13

Such talent from James Cordon and Ruth Jones.

Always wondered. Did Gav and Stacey have a girl or a boy?

Smithy and the toilet brush! The double meanings of the KFC....

YouStayClassySanDiego Fri 02-Aug-13 11:46:14

Ah yes, the toilet brush grin

Don't mention the toilet brush! grin


Ellenora5 Fri 02-Aug-13 12:41:10

I have a cigar at Christmas and a pipe at Easter, always has always will

Hassled Fri 02-Aug-13 12:54:03

Yes, the combination of the Wests, the Shipmans and the Sutcliffes grin

I like Deano and his half and half tea and coffee. I especially like how he specified tea first in the mug - I really must try it one day.

WireCat Fri 02-Aug-13 13:57:49

It's brilliant!

I love watching them & watch them all over & over.

GeorgianMumto5 Fri 02-Aug-13 14:04:35

I loves it I do. I can't think of a favourite moment, because it's all great, but dh and I crack up at, 'Midgeure cheddar.'

I have a friend who drinks 'half and half'.

If you like G & S have you seen Stella? Written by and starring Ruth Jones. Same seemingly gentle, masking a layer of madness, humour and loads of English/Talk Tidy.

Winterwardrobetime Fri 02-Aug-13 14:04:47

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Quaffle Fri 02-Aug-13 14:20:57

Rather like The Royle Family (when it was still good, before it degenerated into bad sitcom) the best bits of G&S are when they're just being "dull".

EG - when Pete is admiring Mick's oven gloves, or when they're discussing how to cook the turkey this year. Oh and when they're trying to work out who sent the Xmas card and it turned out to be Dawn's stepbrother.

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