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Bust Up 

Encouraged by Anna, Lucy considers breast enlargement, hoping it will restore the femininity she felt when younger. Lee is not keen and, on Toby's advice, tells her she is perfect as she is... See full summary »

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Nick Wood
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Lee Mack ... Lee
Sally Bretton ... Lucy
Hugh Dennis ... Toby
Abigail Cruttenden Abigail Cruttenden ... Anna
David Cann David Cann ... Dr. Rhodes
Joanna Monro Joanna Monro ... Laura
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Encouraged by Anna, Lucy considers breast enlargement, hoping it will restore the femininity she felt when younger. Lee is not keen and, on Toby's advice, tells her she is perfect as she is, which only makes her more determined so Lee agrees to support her, accompanying her to see the surgeon. This results in an argument, leading to Lucy's ultimate decision. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 April 2018 (UK) See more »

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Bust Up
19 April 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

I think both Benny Hill and Russ Meyer would had enjoyed this episode. They would had said 'thanks for the mammaries!'

The problem is with the addition of the kids to the cast (who did not feature here) the show has gone for a more family friendly route yet this would had been too risque for the little ones.

After having children, Lucy wants to do something about her sagging boobs. Lee is against it until he sees the work Anna has had done and is then all for it.

The episode contains all kinds of breast jokes, Lucy even putting melons down her sweater at one point yet the sharpest remarks were from Anna forced to shop at a supermarket not called Waitrose.


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