Love Matters.

Love Matters

Sky Living comedy drama. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2013.

Series 1, Episode 2 - Officially Special

Workplace comedy starring Katherine Parkinson as Jo Pepper, the put upon head of the 'Miscellaneous' department at Brewster's World Records. With a boyfriend keen to wed, a promoted nemesis and a new colleague, Jo's at a perilous crossroads.

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Love Matters. Jo Pepper (Katherine Parkinson).

Katherine Parkinson is Jo Pepper, head of the 'Miscellaneous' department at Brewster's World Records, in a workplace comedy written and created by Bede Blake.

From the world's longest Irish dance to the longest gargle, Pepper has seen every type of record attempt imaginable. Working in 'Miscellaneous', she's a lone figure dealing with the trivial, far-out and wildly inappropriate records - and people - no one else wants to touch. But everything's about to change as she's teamed up with vacuous new partner Wick (Ian Smith, The Syndicate), who instantly becomes a stone in her comfortable shoe.

Take into account the promotion of her nemesis Cox (Emma Pierson, Dead Boss) to the flagship sports department at the top of the world-records ladder, and Pepper's thoroughly fed up. Things aren't much better at home, either, as long-term boyfriend Warren (Steve Edge, Starlings), a poet-turned-human sign, proposes. Pepper isn't ready for marriage, and as her feud with Cox escalates, she finds herself at a crossroads. Pepper needs to make her mark - she just needs to figure out how.

Notes

Produced by Channel X.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 28th March 2013
Time
9:30pm
Channel
Sky Living
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Guest cast
    Katherine Parkinson Jo Pepper
    Ian Smith Wick
    Emma Pierson Cox
    Steve Edge Warren
    Dan Fredenburgh BB
    Colm Gormley Frank's Mate
    Robert Wilfort Jobsy
    Anthony MacMurray Sculptor
    Tiffany Stevenson London Eye Official
    Amy Morgan Fanny
    Fergus Craig Garfie
    Simon Allen Gargler
    Writing team
    Bede Blake Writer
    Production team
    Chris Cottam Director
    Sally Martin Producer
    Saskia Schuster Executive Producer
    Lucy Lumsden Executive Producer
    Alan Marke Executive Producer
    Jim Reid Executive Producer
    Tim Waddell Editor
    Sarah Jenneson Production Designer
    James Dorman Composer

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