Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps. Image shows from L to R: Louise (Kathryn Drysdale), Jonny (Ralf Little), Donna Henshaw (Natalie Casey), Janet (Sheridan Smith), Gary 'Gaz' Wilkinson (Will Mellor). Copyright: BBC.

Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps

BBC Three and BBC Two sitcom about a group of 20-somethings. 79 episodes (9 series), 2001 - 2011. Stars Natalie Casey, Will Mellor, Sheridan Smith, Kathryn Drysdale and others.

Another series is in development.

Series 7 - When Jonny Met Sharky

When The Archer pub re-opens after its refurb, Louise, Janet and Donna compete against each other for the job of barmaid. Jonny wins a competition to go shark-jumping in Hawaii, while Gaz desperately tries to do something more exciting than Jonny in Runcorn.


This episode was broadcast live from BBC TV Centre.

Broadcast details

Sunday 13th January 2008
BBC Three
30 minutes


    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Natalie Casey Donna Henshaw
    Will Mellor Gary 'Gaz' Wilkinson
    Sheridan Smith Janet
    Kathryn Drysdale Louise
    Luke Gell Tim
    Guest cast
    Kerry Shale Mano Ventura's Voice (Voice)
    Phillip Browne Arthur's Voice (Voice)
    Writing team
    Susan Nickson Writer
    Paul Mayhew-Archer Script Editor
    Production team
    Nick Wood Director
    Stephen McCrum Producer
    Micheál Jacob Executive Producer
    Mark Lawrence Editor
    Harry Banks Production Designer
    Christian Henson Composer
    Al Pitcher Warm Up


    Two Pints Live: Best Bits and Interviews

    Originally broadcast live, the BBC go behind the scenes on 'When Jonny Met Sharkey'.


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