Peep Show (2003–2015)
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Are We Going to Be Alright? 

Jeremy is worried about turning 40 and Mark is running out of time to win over April. How is it all going to end for the El Dude Brothers? Are they going to be alright?

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Becky Martin
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
David Mitchell ... Mark Corrigan
Robert Webb ... Jeremy Usborne
Bart Edwards ... Joe
Neil Fitzmaurice Neil Fitzmaurice ... Jeff Heaney
Paterson Joseph ... Alan Johnson
Tim Key ... Jerry
Matt King ... Super Hans
Cariad Lloyd Cariad Lloyd ... Megan
Conor MacNeill ... Clerk
Kitty Martin ... Baker
Catherine Shepherd ... April
Angus Wright ... Angus
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Storyline

Whilst Jeremy dreads approaching his fortieth birthday Mark gets fired after Jeremy reports him for granting him a loan he considers extortionate. A partially guilty Jeremy urges Mark to win back April, who is going on holiday with Angus and success seems likely until Mark discovers that Super Hans and Jeremy have kidnapped Angus and a surprise birthday party spells disaster for Hans, Mark and Jeremy. Written by don @ minifie-1

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16 December 2015 (UK) See more »

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Objective Productions See more »
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Last ever Peep Show episode. See more »

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[last lines]
Jeremy Usborne: If I was going to kill you, I'd have a great sign-off.
Mark Corrigan: Yeah?
Jeremy Usborne: You always loved history, Mark. Well, now you can be part of it.
[mimes shooting him]
Jeremy Usborne: Bang.
Mark Corrigan: Yeah, not bad, not bad at all. I think I'd just come at you in the night, pillow on the face, cark.
Jeremy Usborne: Yeah, that's you all over.
[voiceover]
Jeremy Usborne: Aw, we do love each other really.
[...]
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S9: A solid bow-out that stays true to what it is
29 March 2017 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

It took me ages to get around to watching this final season of a show I have enjoyed for many years. Like many, there was a little bit of a feeling of being let down when the show didn't have a 'big' finish, or produce some sort of emotional cathartic ending, however on reflection the ninth season closes it all out in a way that makes total sense.

Mostly the season plays out like the others. There is the slight distraction of some characters being limited in their time (mostly due to them having other commitments and clearly having a limited window to do this), but mostly we see Jez and Mark being the makers of their own downfalls as their distinct personalities force them down similar paths time and time again. I am reminded of the song in Magnolia where the characters all realize that nothing is going to change unless they themselves do – but of course with Peep Show the joy is that they do not have enough self-awareness to consider this for long.

There are plenty of great lines, and even if some of the narratives get a bit silly, the comedy does carry it along. Performances are strong throughout, and in the end the conclusion is fittingly downbeat and small.


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