"Peep Show" is a British sitcom about the seemingly ordinary lives of flatmates Mark Corrigan (David Mitchell) and Jeremy Usborne (Robert Webb). It is shot from a point-of-view perspective and their inner thoughts are revealed in voiceovers. Mark initially works as a loan manager at a fictional finance company and Jeremy is waiting for his musical talent to be recognised. Mark is sensible and careful, while Jeremy is outgoing and has more success with the opposite sex. It begins with the duo trying to attract the attention of their next-door neighbour, Toni (Elisabeth Marmur), although Mark really only has eyes for his colleague, Sophie (Olivia Colman). Other characters include Jeremy's friend Super Hans (Matt King), Big Suze (Sophie Winkleman), who once lived with Jeremy in a shared flat, and Mark's co-workers Gerrard (Jim Howick) and Dobby (Isy Suttie). Created by Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain, it premiered on Channel 4 in 2003 and is the longest-running sitcom in the channel's history.