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Outnumbered

  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Sitcom

Summary

Comedy about the daily rollercoaster of life with small children, with Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner as parents trying to cope with three growing children

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Episode 4: The Quiet Night In

Summary

Ben takes his talent for lying to a new level, while Pete finds himself being questioned about his SAS training and friendship with then prime minister Gordon Brown. Meanwhile, Sue arranges a romantic night at home, but her plans could be scuppered if Karen's friend and her mother are still hanging around.

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Cast

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SueClaire Skinner
PeteHugh Dennis
AngelaSamantha Bond
JakeTyger Drew-Honey
BenDaniel Roche
KarenRamona Marquez
AlexaDanni Benattar
KateMatilda Ziegler
MarkSagar Arya
JaneHattie Morahan
Jehovah's WitnessEllen Thomas

Crew

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DirectorAndy Hamilton
DirectorGuy Jenkin
Executive producerJon Rolph
ProducerAndy Hamilton
ProducerGuy Jenkin
WriterAndy Hamilton
WriterGuy Jenkin

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  • Episode 4

    The Quiet Night In

    Summary

    Ben takes his talent for lying to a new level, while Pete finds himself being questioned about his SAS training and friendship with then prime minister Gordon Brown. Meanwhile, Sue arranges a romantic night at home, but her plans could be scuppered if Karen's friend and her mother are still hanging around.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    SueClaire Skinner
    PeteHugh Dennis
    AngelaSamantha Bond
    JakeTyger Drew-Honey
    BenDaniel Roche
    KarenRamona Marquez
    AlexaDanni Benattar
    KateMatilda Ziegler
    MarkSagar Arya
    JaneHattie Morahan
    Jehovah's WitnessEllen Thomas

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorAndy Hamilton
    DirectorGuy Jenkin
    Executive producerJon Rolph
    ProducerAndy Hamilton
    ProducerGuy Jenkin
    WriterAndy Hamilton
    WriterGuy Jenkin

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