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Jam and Jerusalem

Season 1 Episode 3

Episode 2

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Dec 01, 2006 on BBC
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When the Women's Guild decide they want a coffee room at the local church, they hold a bring-and-buy sale to pay for the health and safety standards. Despite the fact that the Vicar has made it quite clear he does not want functions in his Church.

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    Howard Coggins

    Howard Coggins

     

    Guest Star

    Simon Saunders

    Simon Saunders

    Himself

    Guest Star

    David Mitchell

    David Mitchell

    Dr. James Vine

    Recurring Role

    Salima Saxton

    Salima Saxton

    Yasmeen Vine

    Recurring Role

    Simon Farnaby

    Simon Farnaby

    Spike

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Sal brings in the tray with dinner on it, she says it is hot and almost throws it down on the table. She is wearing oven mits so it should not be painfully hot for her.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Tash Vine: I have got a job anyway mum.
        Dr. James Vine and Sal Vine: What?
        Tash Vine: I am gonna be a wind farm generator monitor.
        Dr. James Vine: What wind farm?
        Tash Vine: Ok, no they haven't built it yet, and they might not because we are protesting, but when they do build it, that's gonna be my job.
        Dr. James Vine: That's not a job, that's an excuse.

      • Tash Vine: Mum, am I an ideallist or an anarchist?
        Sal Vine: You're unemployed love.

      • Vicar: Why?
        Eileen: Well if we don't get the coffee and biscuits out there early, people will just go home.
        Vicar: Yes, that's what they do, they come here, and then thankfully, they leave. God does not ask them to live here and partake of beverages. Unless you find this whole silly religion business getting in the way of a perfectly nice coffee morning.

      • Vicar: I am reminded of the words of a rather good friend of mine, Alan Titchmarsh...

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Vicar: I am reminded of the words of a rather good friend of mine, Alan Titchmarsh...

        This is a reference to Alan Titchmarsh of Ground Force fame.

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