Miranda

Season 1 Episode 3

Job

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Nov 30, 2009 on BBC Two
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Miranda decides to find a new career following her mother's disappointment about her lack of a real job. After a failed attempt at a department store, she waitresses at Gary's restaurant where she is seen by Tilly. Despite Penny's lies about her daughter's profession, Miranda decides to be proud of her job.moreless

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    Dan Tetsell

    Dan Tetsell

    Naval Interviewer

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    Geraldine McNulty

    Geraldine McNulty

    Careers Advisor

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    Angela McHale

    Customer

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      • Filming Details:
        August 2nd 2009 at BBC Television Centre in front of a live audience.

      • Music Featured:
        In The Navy – Village People (Miranda sings at the RAF interview)
        Proud – Heather Small (Stevie's motivational tune)
        Take My Breath Away – Berlin (Miranda sings)
        I Don't Feel Like Dancing – Scissor Sisters (Playing at the gym)
        Greatest Love Of All – Whitney Houston (Miranda sings during interview at Evergreens)
        My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion (Miranda sings at the RAF interview)
        Up Where We Belong – Joe Cocker (Gary and Miranda's 'An Officer And A Gentleman' scene)

      • Broadcast:
        30 Nov 2009 03:55–04:25 on BBC One (except HD).
        23 Nov 2009 20:30–21:00 on BBC Two (England, Wales only).
        13 Jul 2010 22:00–22:30 on BBC Two (England, Scotland, Wales only).

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The last scene of the episode where Gary in his RAF uniform carries Miranda out of the restaurant in his arms echoes the romantic final scene between Richard Gere and Debra Winger in the Taylor Hackford's 1982 movie An Officer And A Gentleman.

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