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Series 4 - Episode 5
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I wonder if Greg Davies and his co-writers first dream up the hideous situations their hero Dan ends up in, then figure out how to arrive there, or if they just follow inspiration wherever it leads?
In this episode Dan experiences pretty much the worst manly humiliation you can imagine while attending his baby’s christening in a church. Every time you think comedically this series won’t quite dare to go there – it goes there.
Before that point there’s a brilliant cross-eyed hippy called Sue and a cameo from the great Derek Griffiths (from Play School) as a blind baby-whisperer. Dan loves his baby boy so much: why won’t it look at him?
Dan cannot believe his luck when a health visitor suggests that what mum and new baby need is a 'daddy day', but when his son seems a bit cold towards him, Dan becomes increasingly desperate to establish a bond.
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