- Skoose's Dance Duration: 01:49 Episode 6
- Behind The Scenes With Skoose Duration: 01:14 Episode 6
- Kiki Shows Skoose Her Trumpet Duration: 01:29 Episode 6
- Caroline Inhales Helium Duration: 01:15 Episode 6
- Behind The Scenes - The Explosion Duration: 01:20 Episode 5
- What Goes Into Sausage Rolls Duration: 00:34 Episode 6
How Whites came together on BBC Comedy Blog
Oliver Lansley, with co-writer Matt King, describes what it's like behind the scenes of Whites.Read about Whites on the Comedy Blog
Skoose (Stephen Wight) wows the staff of The White House with an impressive dance number, to 'Never Can Say Goodbye'BBC Comedy Blog: Watch the dance rehearsal
Set in the kitchen of a country house hotel, Whites follows the trials and tribulations of head chef Roland White (Alan Davies) and his long suffering sous chef Bib (Darren Boyd).
Having been on the brink of success 15 years ago, Roland has since lost the sparkle and drive needed to win a long-coveted Michelin star. He can cook with the best of them when he puts his mind to it, but laziness gets the better of him, much to the annoyance of restaurant manager Caroline (Katherine Parkinson).
Bib, meanwhile, is under pressure and hasn't spent time with his wife for months. It doesn't help that Skoose (Stephen Wight) the apprentice chef, has zero respect for him or that quirky waitress Kiki (Isy Suttie), takes an order for an eggless omelette and the owner Celia (Maggie Steed) steals food right off the plate just as they are about to go out."
Despite all their problems, Bib knows he is lucky to be working alongside a true culinary genius and Roland knows that Bib is a true friend. But this doesn't stop things from getting heated in the kitchen.
Kevin Bishop (complete with helicopter) joins the cast of Whites.Read about Whites on the BBC Comedy Blog
Kiki-isms:Watch clips from Whites episode four
“A man on table six wants an egg-less omelette.”
“I remember my first day. I needed the loo but I was too scared to ask where it was, so I ended up going behind a gravestone in the chapel out the back and I thought I saw a ghost but it was just wee-steam.”
Misunderstanding Michelin stars:
“I stayed in a three star place with my dad once... it was horrible. The bathroom plug got all blocked up and this man came round with a coat hanger and pulled out this mush made from soap and downstairs hair.”
“How about a pie made from fish! A fish pie!”
“It's much nicer than my mum's bible… Hers doesn't have any pictures. Just a boring cross on the front.”
Looking at Shay Marshall's book:
KIKI: Is that Jesus?
BIB: J... Jesus? How many photos of Jesus have you seen?
KIKI: Yeah... Christmas cards... The signs outside the church.
KIKI: I think they’re photos.
BIB: Kiki, you know who this is… He just landed outside in a helicopter! That's his name there. Look!
KIKI: Shay... Marshall?
BIB: Theeeere we go... Finally... Got there in the end.
KIKI: Why's he on a bible?
Referring to Axel's allergy bracelet:
“It's really pretty. I wish I was allergic to penicillin.”
Skoose is wearing a tall chef's hat that makes him look taller:
KIKI: Take it off. Oh yeah! It is the hat. You look really weird now. Tiny head. You look like a little baby bird. Put it back on.
SKOOSE does so.
KIKI: That's better. Normal head.
KIKI: Hello Calorine. My name's Hank Da Handkerchief.
CAROLINE: Right... yes. If we could just fold them into rectangles.
KIKI: Please don't fold me into rectangleez. It kills me.
How Robin proposed:
KIKI: They had a midnight picnic at his farm and Robin filled the entire barn with candles and bras.
CAROLINE: Candelabras... Kiki.
KIKI: Oh, I thought that was weird.
“What does steak mean?”