Episode 3

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Jam and Jerusalem, Series 3 Episode 3 of 3

Duration: 1 hour

Another helping of Jennifer Saunders' much-loved rural comedy set in Devon.

Spike and Tash are finally ready to travel the world in their converted mobile library, but a confusion with the gears leads to a call-out for the emergency services, and Sal's house ends up looking like a war zone. Jock agrees to mend the damage, and the thawing of his previously frosty relationship with Sal continues, much to the amusement of Tip and the disgust of Tash.

All bets are off, though, when it is finally revealed that the barn is not being converted for Charles Dance at all - Jock just let Rosie jump to that conclusion to get the Guild off his back. This would be bad enough if Jock hadn't promised the Guild an appearance by Mr Dance as their next (and indeed, first) celebrity speaker.

As the entire village gathers to welcome their esteemed guest, Jock must act quickly to save the day - and what remains of his friendship with Sal.

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Credits

Sal Vine
Sue Johnston
Spike
Simon Farnaby
Tash
Sally Phillips
Jock
Clive Russell
Tip
Pauline McLynn
Kate Bales
Rosie Cavaliero
Tish
Patricia Potter
Raph
Thomas Assafuah
Dr James Vine
David Mitchell
Yasmeen Vine
Salima Saxton
Megan
Menna Trussler
Rosie
Dawn French
Susie
Suzy Aitchison
Eileen
Maggie Steed
Caroline
Jennifer Saunders
Pauline
Hazel John
Himself
Charles Dance
Director
Mandie Fletcher
Producer
Francis Gilson
Writer
Jennifer Saunders
Writer
Abigail Wilson

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