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Josh. Image shows from L to R: Kate (Beattie Edmondson), Josh (Josh Widdicombe), Geoff (Jack Dee), Owen (Elis James). Copyright: BBC
Josh

Josh

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC Three
  • 2014 - 2017
  • 19 episodes (3 series)

Sitcom by Josh Widdicombe. The show follows the lives of three flatmates and their annoying landlord. Also features Elis James, Beattie Edmondson and Jack Dee.

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Series 1, Episode 4 - Teabag & No Sympathy

Josh. Image shows from L to R: Josh (Josh Widdicombe), Teabag (John Hollingworth). Copyright: BBC
Teabag, Owen's friend from home, comes to stay.

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Further details

Teabag, Owen's friend from home, comes to stay and treats the flatmates to a weekend full of 'lad banter'...

Which roughly translates to 'terrorising everyone with a potent mix of alcohol and sexual euphemisms'.

Meanwhile, Josh's friend Mike is having girlfriend trouble (mainly caused by Josh) and Kate asks Geoff to redecorate her room, with mixed results.

Broadcast details

Date
Wednesday 2nd December 2015
Time
10:30pm
Channel
BBC Three
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Cast
Josh Widdicombe Josh
Elis James Owen
Beattie Edmondson Kate
Jack Dee Geoff
Guest cast
James Acaster Mike
Helen Cripps Martha
John Hollingworth Teabag
Solomon Israel Steve
Writing team
Josh Widdicombe Writer
Tom Craine Writer
Paul Mayhew-Archer Script Development
Production team
David Schneider Director
Simon Mayhew-Archer Producer
Stephen McCrum Executive Producer
Joe Haughey Editor
Mo Holden Production Designer
Oli Julian Composer

Video

The perils of a big night out

Josh a.k.a Princess Malibu bemoans Teabag's drinking games and their unfair punishments.

Featuring: Josh Widdicombe (Josh) & Beattie Edmondson (Kate).

Press

Josh: episode 4 - Teabag & No Sympathy review

Again, this episode proves that the best moments in Josh Widdicombe's sitcom are the visual gags and what is on screen, rather than what is being said.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 2nd December 2015

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