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Last night’s third instalment began with the El Dude Brothers coming to terms with Jeremy and Joe’s relationship, and unravelled into the weirdest, most disgusting and best episode of Peep Show in years. THE OPENING SEQUENCE WAS GREAT “Once upon a time I might have woken to the sound of a songthrush,” says Mark’s internal monologue as he stares into the bedroom mirror, “Now it’s a couple of guys pounding the living daylights out of each other.
It’s like there are two Jeremys in there humping each other.
The webcam conceit here was nothing short of classic: framing Jez’s sexual latest sexual awakening against a Greek chorus of regulars was a masterstroke.
Mark’s conservative, dyed-in-the-wool British discomfort was palpable…
Remember when Mark led Jeremy to believe their downstairs neighbour Toni’s sister Pauline had cancer?
With Jeremy’s gay relationship at the centre, last night’s episode harked back to those good old days in ways recent series just haven’t.
If anything could be said to be missing from that episode, perhaps it was the onslaught of sneering judgements that the duo regularly bestow upon each other.
Instead, under the makeshift banner of a sort-of-truce, our two heroes formed a temporary alliance to return to a comfortable state of domestic unhappiness.
With Super Hans sober, Mark living with a new flatmate, Dobby shacked up with a new hipster boyfriend in New York and Jeremy experimenting (even more than usual) with his sexuality, the ninth and final series of Peep Show has begun in slightly unfamiliar fashion.
After touching on monks, The Atlas Mountains, Moroccan cuisine, Corfu, adultery, The Hairy Bikers, obsession and stalking, it ended with Mark scribbling on a block of cheddar with a blue pen to create a “tasty young Stilton” and drinking a “Moroccan” cocktail made of water, rum, vinegar, lettuce and salt with a theologian called Angus.
9.2 Gregory’s Beard Last week’s series opener didn’t just deliver in terms of quality; it also returned the El Dude Brothers to their familiar odd-couple dynamic.
That would be his dream.” Jeremy and Joe’s orgasmic groans resound in the background. After describing gay sex as “like getting your car fixed at the actual dealership, they know all the codes” and calling his life “a 24/7 blowjob bonanza”, Jez worries he’s too old for Joe, that he’s not “young, dumb and full of cum”. full of cum,” Mark answers, glancing disgustedly at the Fruit Corner yoghurt in his hand. The best thing about Peep Show when it started in 2003 was its excruciating weirdness.
The first two series used surreal jokes to prod issues including sexuality, race, politics and disease.