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Still Game

  • 2016
  • Season 7
  • 6 episodes
  • Sitcom

Summary

Scottish sitcom about pensioners in Craiglang, a fictional district of Glasgow.

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Episode 3: Job

Summary

Methadone Mick reveals he has a job interview, so Jack and Victor pull out all the stops to give him a makeover and find him a suit. Winston is shocked to discover he owes thousands for an historical parking fine and when Boabby receives his invitation to the City Chambers to be awarded his Glasgow Good Citizen Civic Medal, sees an opportunity to access the nearby parking fine office. Comedy, written by and starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, with Scott Reid, Paul Riley and Gavin Mitchell.

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Jack JarvisFord Kiernan
Victor McDadeGreg Hemphill
Methadone MickScott Reid
Winston IngramPaul Riley
BoabbyGavin Mitchell
Isa DrennanJane McCarry
Tam MullenMark Cox
NavidSanjeev Kohli
ShugPaul Young

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WriterFord Kiernan
WriterGreg Hemphill

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  • Episode 3

    Job

    Summary

    Methadone Mick reveals he has a job interview, so Jack and Victor pull out all the stops to give him a makeover and find him a suit. Winston is shocked to discover he owes thousands for an historical parking fine and when Boabby receives his invitation to the City Chambers to be awarded his Glasgow Good Citizen Civic Medal, sees an opportunity to access the nearby parking fine office. Comedy, written by and starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, with Scott Reid, Paul Riley and Gavin Mitchell.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Jack JarvisFord Kiernan
    Victor McDadeGreg Hemphill
    Methadone MickScott Reid
    Winston IngramPaul Riley
    BoabbyGavin Mitchell
    Isa DrennanJane McCarry
    Tam MullenMark Cox
    NavidSanjeev Kohli
    ShugPaul Young

    Crew

    rolename
    WriterFord Kiernan
    WriterGreg Hemphill
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