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Game On - Slime Surfers and Jissom Monkeys

episode 2.2

UK 1996
produced by
Hat Trick Production/BBC
directed by John Stroud
starring Matthew Cottle, Samantha Janus, Neil Stuke, Mark Powley, Tracy Keating, Oliver Haden
written by Andrew Davies, Bernadette Davis

Game On

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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While Marty (Matthew Cottle) is shagging his new girlfriend Clare (Tracy Keating) 'till it hurts (really) & tells everybody how wonderful it is - also 'till it hurts -, his flatmate Mandy (Samantha Janus) decides to get professional help for their abusive, agoraphobic flatmate/landlord Matt (Neil Stuke), who starts to act increasingly weird. She decides her old friend Jason (Mark Powley), a gay psychiatrist, would be the right man to do it. Thing is Matt mustn't know that Jason's a psychiatrist ... let alone that he's gay - as he for one thinks he's completely sane ... & he's terribly homophobic.

Things work out pretty well at first ... since Matt thinks Jason is a perfectly decent bloke, Mandy's cousin visiting from Australia who's a tad shy so he has to teach him about picking up girls - but then Jason falls in love with Matt, & the whole experiment of curing Matt gets a little out of hand - it's rather that Jason - involuntarily - digs up Matt's repressed homosexuality - as the 2 soon kiss & in the end, Mandy & Marty find them in bed together - if you know what happened is at anybody's guess though.

Mandy meanwhile, who after having shagged too many people has taken a vow of chastity, pciks up her Italian teacher Marco (Oliver Haden), & almost shags him too, before she, literally in the last minute, tells him off - which he, a typical Italian, mistakes for her admitting that she's a virgin (as if), & is from now on totally enchanted by her ...


As usual for Game on, this episode deals with totally serious maters - like repressed homosexualtity & the macho male - but refuses to take them too seriously, instead creating a very funny story.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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