The Catherine Tate Show

Season 3 Episode 4

Series 3, Episode 4

Aired Unknown Nov 16, 2006 on BBC Two
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Episode Summary

Series 3, Episode 4
Gingers for Justice take to the rooftops with guest star Patsy Palmer. Lauren causes trouble in science class and The Aga Saga Woman and her children are terrified when a mechanic brings over a courtesy car whilst her Land Rover is being repaired.

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  • This episode is very good. Even better than anything previously seen in this show. To me, this show just keeps on getting better.

    Season 3 is so far the best season of this show. It has some of my favourite characters like Georgie Geordie.

    In this episode, no characters are overused or underused.

    I'm pretty sure all other episodes from season 3 are just as good, but I'll review this one until I see another one.

    All I can say now is that Catherine Tate is so talented. This show has so much potential and it is by far the funniest sketch show on this planet.

    So many memorable quotes in this episode. A great episode to start on if your new to this series. Fantastic episode.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Irene: I always preferred Brotherhood of Man. They made some lovely 45s. What did Abba do? A song about a bloody train station!

    • Teacher: If you've got something to say, Lauren, why don't you tell the whole class?
      Lauren: I ain't chatting to this crew.

    • Georgie Mornin, Martin!
      Martin: Morning, Georgie!
      Georgie: How was your weekend pet?
      Martin: It was lovely thank you. Mikaela had her school diving competition.
      Georgie: Did she sink like a stone to the bottom of the pool, or is her child obesity under control?
      Martin: Actually..she won first prize.
      Georgie: (Lethargically) Eee, I'm that pleased for you. Can I borrow your nice solar-powered calculator?

    • Martin: I'm sorry, Georgie, it's all I can afford.
      Georgie: 4 pounds 20 it is.
      Martin: It's just that I..
      Georgie: Let's say no more about it, coz I wouldn't want it to come between us.
      Martin: It really makes you think though doesn't it.
      (Georgie walks up to Martin and grabs his mouth, as she pours a whole bottle of wine down his throat.)
      Georgie: (starts sniffing) Have you been drinking, Martin!?

  • NOTES (3)


    • The scenes with the woman in charge of sending a really important email, who also obviously knows nothing about keyboards/computers, is a clear parody of the hit show 24, as the start of the sketch features a clock counting down, and similar music to what is often seen on the actual show.