Tripped. Image shows from L to R: Milo Edwards (George Webster), Danny Gates (Blake Harrison). Copyright: Mammoth Screen / Two Brothers Pictures
Tripped

Tripped

  • TV comedy drama
  • E4
  • 2015
  • 4 episodes (1 series)

Comedy drama set amidst parallel universes, starring Blake Harrison and George Webster as a pair of friends trying to get home. Also features Georgina Campbell, Richard Gadd, Jamie Demetriou and Phillip Rhys.

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Series 1, Episode 4

Tripped. Image shows from L to R: Milo Edwards (George Webster), Danny Gates (Blake Harrison), Henry (Tony Gardner). Copyright: Mammoth Screen / Two Brothers Pictures
Milo is separated from Danny and stranded in a desperate and violent world where the universe is disintegrating fast.

Further details

Milo is separated from Danny and stranded in a desperate and violent world where the universe is disintegrating fast.

Forced to flee from a feral mob, he seeks shelter in a police station, where he is immediately arrested and charged with crimes that transcend the very fabric of reality. These crimes are ones that he and Danny supposedly committed together.

Danny and Milo are eventually reunited, but only so that they can face their show trial together. And, believing they would never meet again, each has blamed the other for their crimes.

Broadcast details

Date
Tuesday 29th December 2015
Time
10pm
Channel
E4
Length
50 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Saturday 2nd January 2016 3:15am E4

Cast & crew

Cast
Blake Harrison Danny Gates
George Webster Milo Edwards
Georgina Campbell Kate
Richard Gadd Callum
Jamie Demetriou Paul
Phillip Rhys Pete
Guest cast
Ann Penfold Jenny
Dominic Grant Hughes
Tony Gardner Henry
Dave Mounfield (as David Mounfield) Duty Officer
Kenneth Collard Judge
Colin Michael Carmichael Prophecy Man
Writing team
Harry Williams Writer
Jack Williams Writer
Paul Testar Script Editor
Andrew Ellard Script Editor
Production team
James Dean Producer
Preethi Mavahalli Executive Producer
Damien Timmer Executive Producer
Jack Williams Executive Producer
Harry Williams Executive Producer
Betsan Morris Evans Post Production Producer
Guy Bensley Editor
Andrew Purcell Production Designer
Rowan Sawday (as Dizraeli) Composer

Press

The dimension-leaping psychedelic comedy concludes, with George Webster's frequently baffled stoner Milo becoming separated from Danny (Blake Harrison) and finding himself perilously stranded in a disintegrating world. As the situation gets increasingly tasty, he seeks shelter from the advancing angry mob in a police station. Turns out this is a mistake. Once reunited, he and Danny find themselves on trial for some outlandish crimes. Both ex

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 29th December 2015

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