Ghosts (2019– )
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Happy Death Day 

It's Pat's 'death day' and he prepares himself for his family's annual pilgrimage to the site of his demise. But, realising that Alison is a conduit between the dead and the living, he begs... See full summary »

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Tom Kingsley

Writer:

Ben Willbond
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Episode credited cast:
Lolly Adefope ... Kitty
Mathew Baynton ... Thomas
Simon Farnaby ... Julian
Martha Howe-Douglas ... Lady Button
Jim Howick ... Pat
Tim Plester ... Wixy
Laurence Rickard ... Robin / Humphrey's Head
Charlotte Ritchie ... Alison
Kiell Smith-Bynoe ... Mike
Ben Willbond ... Captain
Katy Wix ... Mary
Yani Xander ... Humphrey's Body
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It's Pat's 'death day' and he prepares himself for his family's annual pilgrimage to the site of his demise. But, realising that Alison is a conduit between the dead and the living, he begs her to pass on a message from the other side - a plan complicated when Pat realises a shocking truth about his marriage. Meanwhile, Mike struggles to come to terms with his bathroom-based paranoia, and Kitty tries to find out where babies come from.

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Comedy | Fantasy

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29 April 2019 (UK) See more »

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Happy Death Day
9 May 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

We get to learn more about how one of the ghosts died in this episode. As the episode opens we go back to 1984 and Pat is giving archery lessons.

Pat will never give an arrow out first again.

It is going to be the anniversary of his death and his family still make an annual visit to the place he died. His son is grown up and his wife married his best friend, it seems both were close to each other before Pat died.

Pat wants Alison to send a message to his family but Pat is unsure.

Meanwhile Alison and Mike have the builders working on the house and they have additional work to do which would increase their budget. The ghosts meanwhile want to drive them away from the house but find out that these builders are an honest bunch.

It was actually nice to have some character moments in this one and Pat's story was rather tender and Jim Howick played it well. The one sour note is Matthew Baynton's poet character is downright irritating.


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