The cast descends into laughter as Johnny Vegas forgets a fellow character's name, while Jake Canuso admits defeat after getting tongue-tied in a scene.
The laughter keeps coming as Tim Healy's mistake suggests he's thinking of the catering table, and once again Vegas tries to control his giggles as a scene goes wrong.
Benidorm was recently renewed for an eighth series.
The comedy will film seven new episodes in Spain later this year.
Dame Joan Collins reprised her role as Solana Group boss Crystal Hennessy-Vass in the current seventh series, which airs on ITV.
Benidorm series 7 is out on DVD on 23rd February and available to order from Amazon.
More belly laughs from our favourite chaotic holiday resort as the seventh series continues with more celebrity cameos.
Joyce Temple-Savage (Sherrie Hewson) leaves Mateo (Jake Canuso) in charge while she recovers from her dodgy botox disaster. Meanwhile Les (Tim Healy) is in for a shock when his ex-wife Gloria (Denise Black) turns up at the Solana.
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1. We were seated in the first row, outside of the red-carpeted pen that was holding all the celebs at the front. Sat next to us were some of the Geordie (or should that be Georgie, Kris Jenner?) Shore lads and lasses that didn't quite make the cut into being classed as proper celebrities. Marnie Simpson, along with newbies Chloe November and Nathan Henry,
The star, who plays waiter Mateo on the ITV show, revealed his hopes during an interview on This Morning today (Thursday, January 15).
When asked if he would follow in co-star Nadia Sawalha's footsteps and go into the Big Brother house, he said: "I've watched a bit of Big Brother… but I can't watch it because of all the horrible stuff that goes on. Would I do it? I prefer to do stuff like Splash! that I did where I learn something.
"I'd love to do Strictly, and people always go that you can't do it because you were a dancer - but that was two hundred and fifty years ago!"
Canuso also described what it was like working with his co-stars, saying of Johnny Vegas: "I adore him. He's brilliant."
Johnny Vegas, Elsie Kelly and Crissy Rock have also been announced to be making returns as The Oracle, Noreen and Janey York, respectively.
The Oracle was last seen in the third series, when he began dating Chantelle Garvey, while Noreen last appeared in series five and Janey stopped managing the Solana resort in the fourth run.
Benidorm's sixth series averaged 6.8 million viewers for ITV, scoring its highest figures since 2011.
The new series will also include returning characters Joyce Temple Savage (Sherrie Hewson), Les/Lesley (Tim Healy) and Mateo (Jake Canuso) among others.
ITV's Director of Entertainment and Comedy Elaine Bedell said: "After another successful run on screen we're thrilled that a new series is about to start shooting on location in Spain.
"We're equally pleased that some familiar faces from the Solana's past will be making a welcome return to the sunshine.
The 80-year-old former Dynasty actress plays Crystal Henessy-Vass - chairman and CEO of the Solana Hotel Group and Joyce Temple-Savage's (Sherrie Hewson) boss.
Crystal arrives at the Solana to inspect the 4-star Benidorm hotel, and the straight-talking manager is quick to make an impression on barman Mateo (Jake Canuso) and Les/Lesley (Tim Healey).
The final episode of Benidorm airs Thursday night at 9pm on ITV.
Collins revealed last year that she turned down a role in Goldfinger, after being offered the iconic part of Jill Masterson.
The clip teases the arrival of the Dyke family, played by Perry Benson, Hannah Waddingham, Bel Powley and Danny Walters, who will join the regular cast at the Solana resort.
Steve Pemberton, Siobhan Finneran, Sheila Reid, Oliver Stokes, Sherrie Hewson, Kenny Ireland, Tim Healey and Jake Canuso all return to the ITV comedy for the new series.
Meanwhile, Matthew Kelly is back as Cyril Babcock and former Brookside actor Philip Olivier will star as a "sexy new barman".
Joan Collins will play Crystal Hennesy-Vas, the CEO of the Solana Hotel Group, while former Coronation Street star Ken Morley also appears.
Benidorm returns to ITV on Thursday, January 2 at 9pm.
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The Bible features powerful performances, exotic locales and dazzling visual effects that breathe spectacular life into the dramatic tales of faith and courage from Genesis through Revelation. This historic television event has been a huge success in the USA and continues to entertain and inspire across the globe.
Narrated by BAFTA award winner Robert Powell (Jesus of Nazareth), The Bible features powerful performances from a formidable UK cast including Nonzo Anozie (Game of Thrones), Kierston Wareing (Eastenders), Louise Delamere (Waking the Dead), Matthew Gravelle (Broadchurch) Jake Canuso (Benidorm), Paul Freeman (Hot Fuzz), Simon Kunz (The Parent Trap) and Peter Guinness (Centurion). Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado stunningly portrays Jesus Christ and beloved Irish actress Roma Downey stars as Mother Mary.
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After Mr Fraser (Mat Horne) places Alfie (Jack Whitehall) in charge, the teacher and his class decide to mash-up RoboCop and The Nutcracker to create their own special show Robocracker.
Frances Barber, playing Alfie's estranged mother, Jake Canuso, cast as her new husband Javier, and Whitehall's Fresh Meat co-star Greg McHugh will all cameo in the episode.
The comedy has constantly broken ratings records since it launched on BBC Three in 2012.
Earlier this year, the first episode of series 2 premiered on iPlayer, which proved to be a successful experiment with more than 1.5 million requests prior to its television airing.
A Us version of the show, An American Bad Education, has been ordered by the ABC network.
Perry Benson, Hannah Waddingham, Bel Powley and Danny Walters will play the Dykes, a new family who arrive at the Solana resort.
The Dykes are from Watford and Clive (Benson) is firmly under the thumb of no nonsense wife Tonya (Waddingham). The two kids are "young, single and looking for fun".
The four newcomers join returning cast regulars Steve Pemberton, Siobhan Finneran, Sheila Reid, Oliver Stokes, Sherrie Hewson, Kenny Ireland, Tim Healey and Jake Canuso. Meanwhile, Nicholas Burns will return as Martin Weedon for the first time since series three.
This year's guest cameos will include the return of Matthew Kelly as Cyril Babcock, former Coronation Street actor Ken Morley as the head of a local hairdressing mafia and Philip Olivier as a "sexy new barman".
Enfield and Spiro are set to appear in the fourth episode of the show's second run, which will be available from today (September 17) on BBC iPlayer.
The episode, titled 'Valentine's Day', will subsequently air on BBC Three on Tuesday, September 24 at 10pm.
Enfield has been cast as Martin, Alfie's dad, while Spiro has been cast as Professor Green, Martin's new love interest.
Greg McHugh, Frances Barber and Jake Canuso are among the other guest stars in series two of the comedy, which stars Jack Whitehall, Mathew Horne and Sarah Solemani.
Ahead of the show's return earlier this month, Whitehall told Digital Spy that he felt the "pressure" of matching the success of the first run of episodes.
"It was quite a lot of pressure, I guess.
The first pictures for series two feature Whitehall's self-styled maverick Alfie Wickers taking part in the school's synchronised diving competition, organised by Headmaster Mr Fraser (Mat Horne), who has been inspired by Tom Daley reality show Splash!.
Alfie's class don't normally take part in the school swimming gala, but he ends up luring his class to join in after taking a bet from deputy head Miss Pickwell (Michelle Gomez).
American actor Kyle Soller is a new addition to the cast in episode two as Mr Schwimer, who is a history teaching rival for Alfie.
Sarah Solemani also returns as Alfie's love interest Miss Gulliver.
Other storylines in series two will include a drugs awareness day that ends in utter humiliation for Alfie, Fraser staging Abbey Grove's own Take Me Out,
Often these productions take a skeptical look at the historicity or accuracy or veracity of biblical accounts, as if the last thing in the world a documentary would want to be seen doing is taking anything in the Bible at face value.
But skepticism was the last thing on the minds of reality TV mogul Mark Burnett ("The Apprentice," "Survivor") and his wife, actress Roma Downey ("Touched by an Angel"), when they set out as executive producers of "The Bible," airing Sundays from March 3 to March 31, which is Easter Sunday this year.
Joined by their faith and a love for the sacred writings of Judaism and Christianity, they have spearheaded a 10-hour, five-part dramatic series that spans the Old and New Testaments,
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