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The Football 

There's a whole crowd round at Steve's to watch football on television but Becky's sister Laura is bored and keeps interrupting,her boy-friend Paul in pieces having just learned that he was... See full summary »

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Richard Laxton

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Russell Tovey ... Steve
Sarah Solemani ... Becky
Ricky Champ ... Paul
Kerry Howard ... Laura
Joe Wilkinson ... Dan
Ian Burfield ... Mike
Blake Harrison ... Barney
Nathasha Stokes Nathasha Stokes ... Gay Allen
Alex Lowe Alex Lowe ... Football Commentator
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Storyline

There's a whole crowd round at Steve's to watch football on television but Becky's sister Laura is bored and keeps interrupting,her boy-friend Paul in pieces having just learned that he was adopted and Steve distracted by a dream he had of Becky having sex with her last boyfriend. Steve's friend Barney and his dad Mike are there too and accuse Steve of racism when he claims that 'Black people are fun'. Fortunately Barney's girl-friend turns up and agrees with Steve. And she's not only black but called Gay as well. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Release Date:

27 September 2010 (UK) See more »

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Soundtracks

Boom Bang-a-Bang
(uncredited)
Written by Alan Moorhouse and Peter Warne
Performed by Lulu
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