Coupling

Faithless

Season 3, Ep 2, Aired 9/30/02
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  • Episode Description
  • Jane finds herself competing with the Supreme Being of the Universe and she feels it isn't fair on either of them. Jeff finds himself in the middle when he has to decide to cheat on his girlfriend Julia with Wilma or not.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Martin Dennis

  • Sue Vertue

  • Steven Moffat

  • Colin Michael Carmichael

    Trevor

  • Muriel Pavlo

    Angela

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Steve: It is not scientifically possible for a man to know what a woman wants. And that's not fair because you always know what we want. Patrick: Because we always have the decency to only want one thing. Steve: Do you ever thank us for making it so simple? Patrick: Never.

    • Trevor: Don't worry, I won't bite you. Jane: Well I won't break your neck then.

    • Jeff: I haven't said anything to Julia yet. Steve: You just said "Hi", there's nothing to tell her. Jeff: There's a lot in "Hi". Steve: There are two letters in "Hi". Jeff: Yeah, and I hit both of them like a crazy fool!

    • Jeff: Have you ever tried to pull out during an 'H'?
      Steve
      : Jeff, the world in all its fabulous diversity is entirely populated by people who have never tried to pull out during an 'H'.

    • Patrick: So what happend next? Jeff: She took a large stapler from one of the shelfs... Patrick: A LARGE stapler?! ... Sorry, it's hard to tell which part of the story is meant to be interesting. Steve: Look, you just said "Hi" to some woman. Jeff: It's not just some woman, Steve. Wilma! Patrick: Wilma? Jeff: I have a history with Wilma Lettings. Wilma has the desk opposite the upper floor foto copier. Patrick: OPPOSTITE the foto copier?! ... Missed again, didn't I?

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    Notes (1)

    • This episode was taped on July 24, 2002.

    Allusions (2)

    • Jane's description of Thor as a blonde is how the god is depicted in comic books released from Marvel Comics. In traditional Norse myth, Thor is red haired.

    • The title refers not only to Jane's lack of religous feeling, but also her lack of fidelity/ loyalty to any lover.

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