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is nearly here, and what better way to celebrate the return of one of Britain's best-loved comedies than by looking back over the many wonderful things Mark Corrigan has said over the last eight series? On orgies: "Sure, an orgy sounds great, but you're basically just multiplying the number of people you're not going to be able to look in the eye afterwards." 2.
From mild self-loathing to occasional outbursts of rage, Corrigan is pretty much the gift that keeps on giving. On the '60s: "Look, Jez, what I'm trying to say is, so, for better or for worse the '60s happened and now sex is fine. On being rejected by his new dance group, "Rainbow Rhythms": "Well, listen, I'm sorry if I didn't do it right and I'm sorry if you assume that I eat red meat and don't necessarily think money or Tony Blair are a bad thing, but if there isn't room here for people who stand against everything you believe in, then what sort of a hippy free-for-all is this? On getting dressed in the morning: "Socks before or after trousers, but never socks before pants, that's the rule.
No, just spend the evening looking longingly at her from a distance, just like the good old days." 14. And even then, there'll probably be loads of male sex therapists too and they'd love that, wouldn't they, all fucking each other and giving each other tips while I sit on a rock, wanking and crying." 17.
I mean, I think that's a compliment but women just don't seem to want to hear it. I'm not French, I'm the least French person on the planet, my favourite cheeses are Cheddar and Red Leicester! Unless I'm, like, going on holiday to Hawaii and the plane crashes and all my fellow survivors are women sex therapists on their way to a conference.
Sophie leaves on a foreign business trip, leaving Mark to consider a fling with a woman who he recently met at his school reunion.
Jeremy finds some highly paid work as a handyman for 'The Orgazoid', one of his musical heroes - but discovers that his new employer expects Jeremy to give him "a hand".
Big Suze breaks up with Jeremy once again after he tries to prostitute her to Johnson, with whom she subsequently starts a relationship instead.
In an attempt to get away from Sophie, Mark joins a gym and discovers that Nancy is working there, after which Jeremy tries to win her back.
During series 4, Mark and Sophie visit Sophie's parents after their engagement, and Jeremy has sex with Sophie's mother.The television programme is written by Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain, with additional material by Mitchell and Webb, among others.It was broadcast on Channel 4 from 2003 until 2015.Mark is also obsessed with his workmate Sophie (Olivia Colman), who is more interested in the manly Jeff.Both endure awkward situations: Mark admires his boss, Alan Johnson, and can't work out whether or not he's sexually attracted to him.
In series 2, Jeremy meets, falls in love with and starts a relationship with Nancy (Rachel Blanchard) - an attractive and happy-go-lucky American. Mark forges a short friendship with a colleague, whom he discovers is a neo-Nazi.