Mark tracks down April (whom he had unsuccessfully tried to seduce by returning to his alma mater, Dartmouth University, and pretending to be a History student years earlier, in series 2, episode 4), at a book signing. She tells him that she writes with her husband Angus and that she lectures at a college. He invites her to a dinner party at the flat that he claims he is holding tomorrow. April says that her husband will be unable to attend because he will be going to a conference, so Mark tries to rekindle his relationship with her. She later tells him that Angus will be attending after all. Due to a lack of ingredients in the flat, combined with the short notice of the dinner party, Mark has to resort to using the only ingredients available in his kitchen, concocting an egg, lettuce and bean casserole as well as a lettuce cocktail, both of which he passes of as Moroccan. Jez starts having sex with Megan, whilst still having sex with Joe. Megan turns up at the flat whilst Joe is there. Mark tells Jez, Joe and Megan to stay for dinner, to convince Angus that the dinner party is genuine. Joe and Megan find out that they're both having sex with Jez, so they decide to try a three-way relationship, but they disagree on who will have sex with whom on which days.
I'm not even entirely sure how I want the show to end because, let's face it, none of the Roys are actually good people. And yet, we still all have our favorites. For me, it's a toss up between Shiv and Greg (with an honorable mention going to Tom, but mostly for his Greg-related antics). Thankfully, we won't have to wait too long to start finding out what the show writers have in store for us, because the first episode of season 4 is airing on the last Sunday of March. But be sure to mark your calendars for the rest because you won't want to miss a single minute of it.
Yes! Last season we only got nine episodes, so we're getting one more this time around. But it's not that unusual: seasons 1 and 2 also had 10 episodes, so really, we're just getting back to normal and I'm here for it!
Mordecai is chosen as Peeps' opponent, and after two days, Mordecai and Peeps' eyes are tired. Peeps tries to intimidate Mordecai by using his ability to produce more eyeballs (which disgusts Benson and makes him almost throw up) and Rigby knows that Peeps' is cheating. To help Mordecai win, Rigby uses his laser pointer to burn all of Peeps' many eyes, leaving only his gigantic main eye left. After much anticipation, Peeps blinks, making Mordecai the winner, causing Peeps to be disqualified for his actions. Peeps, in much pain, says \"This isn't regulation you know\", then Rigby casually replies \"Street rules, man\". Before lasering Peeps who runs into the lake and nearly drowns, so the park had to call an ambulance to save Peeps instead of letting him die. When Peeps is rescued, he says \"All I see is darkness.\", hinting that he can no longer see. The park workers celebrate their victory and Benson promises not to go too far with watching Mordecai and Rigby. Mordecai confesses that he can't blink anymore which causes the other park workers to feels sorry for the pain he is going through. He asks for eye drops, which Rigby hands him, but the eye drops evaporate before they touch Mordecai's eyes. Mordecai then asks the others to take him to the hospital for serious treatment, and the episode ends.
Fed up with Mordecai and Rigby slacking off, Benson installs cameras on Mordecai and Rigby while they work.This episode provides examples of: Big Bad: Peeps. He was originally meant to be The Dragon to Benson who was initially the episode's Big Bad, but then Peeps took over that role. Big Brother Is Watching: At first Benson, but then Peeps. Didn't Think This Through: Benson seems to think emptying out his wallet to buy the undeniably expensive Peeps program is a better tradeoff than firing Mordecai and Rigby and hiring new employees OR at the very least just watch Mordecai and Rigby himself in-person. Invoked again by Benson for signing up to Jeepers Peepers X-Infinity without even learning what it was, since his mind was clouded by anger, and shrugging off a warning that it's an extreme measure that comes with a waiver needed to be signed. Giant Eye of Doom: What Peeps turns out to be. Insane Troll Logic: Whoever wrote and directed the Peeps commercial is dead guilty of this trope. The Peeps commercial has two cashiers of a burger joint waiting around bored at the cash register and the narrator claims they're not working hard. But there weren't any customers! Loophole Abuse: Benson blindly signed away his (and all of the park employees') freedom and privacy to Peeps by signing a contract enabling Peeps to watch them until they die. Mundane Object Amazement: As Benson shows Pops the new security system, Pops is most enthralled by a computer mouse. Out-of-Character Moment: Benson would usually threaten to fire Mordecai and Rigby for slacking off, but in this episode he just spies on them possibly because if Benson were to just fire them right away, there wouldn't be much of a plot. The Slacker: Par for the course for Mordecai and Rigby. At the start of the episode they can't go seconds without slacking off, necessitating Benson installing cameras. Space Whale Aesop: When Benson tells Mordecai and Rigby that he hopes they've learned their lesson after this fiasco Rigby replies, yes, they did: make sure to do your work, or your boss will narc a giant spying eyeball on you.
Although it struggled in the ratings throughout its nine seasons, Peep Show is one of the greatest sitcoms in recent memory. With 54 episodes, the show had a much longer lifespan than the average British comedy series. Carried by the unparalleled on-screen chemistry shared by David Mitchell and Robert Webb and the fascinating point-of-view shooting style, Peep Show never had a bad episode.
But while every episode is at least good, a few of them stand head and shoulders above the others as truly great. So, here are 10 episodes of Peep Show that, no matter how many times you watch them, will never get old.
Omg this episode is so...lol man. I just was crawling in my skin at it all! Poor Mummy. Unleaded in a diesel engine. Haha oh gawd! They knocked it out of the park again. Horrible and so awkward! I love this show.
Rather than the episode starting out with \"The National Film Board of Canada\" logo, it instead showed the \"The National Film Board of Canada\" symbol holding a piece of paper that had a written warning on it.
After nine seasons, which all told required 12 years under notoriously lax British television production ethic to complete, Peep Show aired its final episode on December 16, 2015. There will be no Christmas special. Peep Show is over. Despite the series' regular lip-sucking-sound grotesquery of kissing and sex shot entirely in the first person, it was unsexy to the end.
I have been watching Peep Show since 2008. In the seven years between then and now, there have been very few weeks in which I have not watched at least one of its 54 episodes, and few months in which I have not rewatched the entire available series. At present, I have only seen the final six episodes once. But by this time next year, it would not be unreasonable to assume I will have seen them each at least a dozen times. I do not decide to rewatch Peep Show. I am in a permanent state of rewatching. It is a process. Like forgiveness. Or sobriety. Or God.
For the unfamiliar, Peep Show is filmed entirely in first-person perspective. This can be jarring on first viewing. But more vital and more jarring is this: The viewer of Peep Show hears, throughout every episode, the interior monologues of Mark and Jeremy as they go about accumulating regrets.
\"Is she thinking about her ex\" we hear Mark think, in an episode where he has finally, after several seasons, secured a relationship with a woman he actually likes and who by all appearances is genuinely into him. \"Bet she bloody is. When she goes quiet, is she always thinking about him\"
Some good moments followed as the episode continued before the initial encounter between the two served as the springboard for Jez to become increasingly ensnared in self-doubt. Mark, angry at Jeremy, was the like the Cumberland sausage or the Cherry Garcia but Jeremy realising he is a bad person never changes.
This episode helped me a lot today! We had a huge great pyrenese walking up to us on our daily walk, no leash, no owner, nothing! I looked at the dog to figure out how he feels about meeting us and looked at my big Newfie to see how he was feeling. Even though I was stressed I could see that the dog on the lose was indeed friendly.Unfortunately my Chewie (my dog) was intimidated by him (he thinks he is cat sized, so this was a big dog to him lol). But I allowed them to meet and when Chewie took the leash in his mouth I let him lead me away from that dog until he was comfortable again. The other dog followed us for a bit and came up again to sniff with Chewie and they were better. Chewie still decided he was too much so we turned around and walked away.I love your podcast Susan and listen to it while driving. Then I go back home and listen to it again to write down what I learned. In these few weeks I learned so much new stuff! Thank you for doing this podcast and your amazing online training! I will make sure to join one of your classes soon. 59ce067264