Coupling

Circus of the Epidurals

Season 4, Ep 4, Aired 5/31/04
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  • Episode Description
  • It's time to start attending antenatal classes. Susan need a back-up birth partner, Steve is haunted by the ghost of spanking lesbians past and Sally is seeking the solace of a string quartet. Meanwhile, Jane is trying to find a way to out-keen Oliver.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Steven Moffat

  • Martin Dennis

  • Elizabeth Marmur

    Jill

  • Olivia Caffrey

    Tamsin

  • Eve Marie Bryer

    Pregnant Wife

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • (Patrick entering the antenatal classroom) Patrick: Right. Hello there. Can't believe I've had an antenatal class around the corner all this time and never bothered to check it out.

    • Steve: There's going to be pain... Susan: Yes. Steve: Pain for which relief will be offered... Susan: Yes. Steve: But which, apparently, you won't want... Susan: Yes. Steve: This is not an intelligence test that anyone should fail!

    • Susan: The pain of childbirth is part of being a woman. Steve: Yes, but it's the part we can fix!

    • (To Oliver) Steve: Fact of life. If there's a woman you know, at some point she slept with Patrick. Welcome to the game. Your one of us now.

    • Susan: I just don’t want to be pumped full of drugs… Steve: Since when?!

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    Notes (3)

    • Steve's date of birth is 12th August 1972.

    • Events in the "Inferno" episode are followed-up on in this episode, and clips from that episode appear at the beginning of this one.

    • This episode was taped on March 17, 2004.

    Trivia (1)

    • When Sally imagines herself in her "safe place," the quartet is playing the famous aria from Madame Butterfly, which Sally had asked Patrick to play in the "Remember This" episode.

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