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Peep Show

  • 2015
  • Season 9
  • 6 episodes
  • Comedy

Summary

The return of the hit comedy series which provides achingly funny insights into the minds of its hapless protagonists.

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Episode 3: Threeism

Summary

As Jeremy's love life takes a surprising turn, Mark deals with his own matters of the heart. A girl he has had a crush on since university is launching her new book, so he seizes the opportunity to see her, telling himself it is endurance, not stalking. He invents a fictitious dinner party to get her into the flat, but things do not look good when she calls to ask if she can bring her husband. In an effort to bolster numbers, Mark gets Jeremy and his friends on board last minute, and by the end of the night the truth about Jez's new romance is revealed to all. Starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell.

Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Robert Webb’s Jeremy is embarking on a full-blown affair with the boyfriend of one of his (female) life coach clients. But will he be able to resist the allure of said client who now needs consolation and reassurance more than ever? Clearly you don’t know Jeremy if you’re seriously asking that question.

Things also look just as romantically promising for Mark (David Mitchell), who has tracked down April, aka the “girl from the shoe shop” (Catherine Shepherd) from 2004’s Peep Show. Is she still his perfect woman? She still has the requisite looks, but is now a serious historian who laughs at his Indiana Jones jokes and accepts an invitation for dinner at the flat. So what could possibly go wrong? Apart from everything, of course…

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Cast

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Mark CorriganDavid Mitchell
Jeremy OsborneRobert Webb
AprilCatherine Shepherd
AngusAngus Wright
JoeBart Edwards
MeganCariad Lloyd

Crew

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DirectorBecky Martin
Executive producerAndrew Newman
Executive producerJesse Armstrong
Executive producerSam Bain
ProducerHannah Mackay
WriterJesse Armstrong
WriterSam Bain

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  • Episode 3

    Threeism

    Summary

    As Jeremy's love life takes a surprising turn, Mark deals with his own matters of the heart. A girl he has had a crush on since university is launching her new book, so he seizes the opportunity to see her, telling himself it is endurance, not stalking. He invents a fictitious dinner party to get her into the flat, but things do not look good when she calls to ask if she can bring her husband. In an effort to bolster numbers, Mark gets Jeremy and his friends on board last minute, and by the end of the night the truth about Jez's new romance is revealed to all. Starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell.

    Review

    Rating: 5 out of 5.

    Robert Webb’s Jeremy is embarking on a full-blown affair with the boyfriend of one of his (female) life coach clients. But will he be able to resist the allure of said client who now needs consolation and reassurance more than ever? Clearly you don’t know Jeremy if you’re seriously asking that question.

    Things also look just as romantically promising for Mark (David Mitchell), who has tracked down April, aka the “girl from the shoe shop” (Catherine Shepherd) from 2004’s Peep Show. Is she still his perfect woman? She still has the requisite looks, but is now a serious historian who laughs at his Indiana Jones jokes and accepts an invitation for dinner at the flat. So what could possibly go wrong? Apart from everything, of course…

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Mark CorriganDavid Mitchell
    Jeremy OsborneRobert Webb
    AprilCatherine Shepherd
    AngusAngus Wright
    JoeBart Edwards
    MeganCariad Lloyd

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorBecky Martin
    Executive producerAndrew Newman
    Executive producerJesse Armstrong
    Executive producerSam Bain
    ProducerHannah Mackay
    WriterJesse Armstrong
    WriterSam Bain

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