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  Patsy and Edina 1. Parralox
First broadcast 31/8/01


Conscious that "One job is so last Millennium," Edina has added TV production to her business portfolio. Patsy has decided to grow old disgracefully with the help of parralox injections to freeze her wrinkles, and Saffy is praying that her New Labour job interview goes to plan so that she can finally escape them both.

Judy, Katy, Richard, Twiggy In between trying to align her lower Chakras and blag her way into London’s trendiest drinking den, Edina manages to land herself and client Twiggy guest appearances on Richard and Judy - much to the annoyance of her new partner, ruthless TV presenter Katy Grin.

But as her TV appearance draws near, Edina’s vanity and Patsy’s bullying get the better of her and she succumbs to the power of Parralox.


Guest stars:
Bob Barrett (Labour Party Official), Tilly Blackwood (Lady Candy), Judy Finnigan (Herself), Stephen Gately (Himself), Michael Greco (Himself), Lady Victoria Hervey (Herself), Twiggy Lawson (Herself), Richard Madeley (Himself), Naoko Mori (Sarah).


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