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Season 1 Episode 6

106 (Sasha's POV)

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Aired Weekdays 6:00 PM Jan 29, 2001 on Channel 4
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106 (Sasha's POV)
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Sasha's mom is away for the weekend, and it's the perfect opportunity for Sasha to ask Rob to come over so they can talk -- and get back together, which is what Sasha really wants. Sooz and Al listen to Nicki and Sasha talking so they decide to play a little trick on Jamie and tell him to show up at Sasha's dressed up as Bugs Bunny. Sasha and Rob finally talk, and he tells her his problems concerning his father's alcoholism and how he beat him up. Sasha and Rob finally sleep together, but Rob doesn't seem fully happy about it.moreless

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Peter-Hugo Daly

Peter-Hugo Daly

Rob's Dad

Guest Star

Angela Wynter

Angela Wynter

Sasha's Mum

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Gerard Monaco

Gerard Monaco

Gary

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Jaki Walker

Jaki Walker

Louise

Recurring Role

Adam Sinclair

Adam Sinclair

Dan Parker

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    • Music:
      "Smile" by The Supernaturals
      "Not My Dubplate" by The Away Team
      "Loaded" by Primal Scream
      "We're On Our Way" by Shanks & Bigfoot
      "Don't You Worry" by Madasun
      "Trouble" by Coldplay

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Alex: Looney Tunes.
      Jamie: Bugs Bunny will be fine?
      Sooz: Yes, Tom and Jerry will gonna love that.

      Looney Tunes is the name of the animated cartoon series that Warner Bros create from 1930 to 1969 that have some of their most known characters, like Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, and Daffy Duck.

    • Jamie: Eh, Rob, did you know in 1899 the average speed of motorised transport was twelve miles per hour? And now, a hundred years later, the 21st century, it's the same - twelve miles an hour.

      Jamie is referring to the state of horse drawn transport in Victorian London (there were no motorised vehicles to speak of at the time) when an average speed of 12 miles per hour was considered so bad that an Act or Parliament was passed to build the Metropolitan Railway - the world's first underground city public transport system - to ease the congestion. So successful was the railway that a few years later the Metropolitan District Railway was built. As the Metropolitan and District Lines of today's London Underground these two enterprises continue to ease the traffic problems on the surface.

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