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Jane (Gina Bellman) is fired from her job reporting traffic on the
radio when it's found out that most of the accidnets she is reporting on
are caused in one way or another by her wacky reports. So first she tries
to kill herself by taking an overdose - which fails when she takes only
the normal dose, because otherwise it would be dangerous - then she tries
to prepare herself for a new career as presenter of children television,
with a sock on her hand pretending to be her co-host, a snake. But since
the stuff she has (not) overdosed on (of which she doesn't even know what
it was) starts to kick in, she manages to in ne go insult all ehr friends
via her handpuppet, and herself, and the station manager (Shaughan
Seymour), who has come by to re-employ her because her ratings were
actually quite good. After being insulted though, he not only is no longer
willing to give her her job back but puts his own on the line should she
ever be re-employed ... the next day he is out of a job because she has
nice breasts of course.
Patrick (Ben Myles) meanwhile has dumped his current girlfriend Lynda
(Susan Earl) via answerphone because she refused to eventually have a
threesome ... just minutes before she - not having heard her messages yet
- comes by to tell him that she not only has changed her mind but wants to
have the threesome tonight. All of Patrick's efforts to leave another
mesage on the answerphone to cancel out his first one though (like "I
have an answerphone double, Ivan") add up to nought, but fortunately
she asks him to go on ahead to her apaprtment (where he can erase the
answerphone message) while she picks someone up.
But unfortunately she doesn't pick up a woman - any woman - as he took
for granted, but his mate weird Jeff (Richard Coyle), & none of them
knows the supposed threesome is with the other until Jeff finds Patrick
tied to Lynda's bed covered in whipped cream.
Even if the 2 story strands of this episode have nothing at all to do
with each other, they work greatly together & make this one of the