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Murder at Christmas
Series 2, Episode 8
Not Going Out series 2
Air date 21 December 2007
Written by Lee Mack, Simon Evans, Paul Kerensa & Andrew Collins
Directed by Alex Hardcastle
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Murder at Christmas is the eighth and final episode of the Series 2 of Not Going Out and originally aired on 21 December, 2007.

SynopsisEdit

Lee's plan to spend time alone with Lucy at Christmas is threatened by the presence of Tim, Daisy, Tim and Lucy's parents, and even Barbara doing the cooking. All seems to be going well until a murder mystery game brings family tensions to a head.

PlotEdit

Lee plans to return home for Christmas but finding out Lucy will be alone in the flat Barbara convinces him to stay to be with Lucy. However, his alone time is ruined with Lucy's parents end up visiting due to the lack of snow where they were going for their skiing holiday. Lee tries to impress the parents, but immediately gets off on the wrong foot with Lucy's father and ends up telling him that he fancies older women, including Lucy's mother. On Christmas Day Daisy and Tim join them for presents and dinner. Lee's gift is a murder mystery game, which includes costumes for the characters. Tempers flair and the game ends when Geoffrey refuses to rejoin the group. Lee is able to convince him to return and finish the game.

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List of Not Going Out Series & Episodes
Episodes
Series 1 (2006)

SeriousDeathAussieStressKidCaretaker

Series 2 (2007)

MortgageGayLibrarianBabyArtDatingGangsterMurder at Christmas

Series 3 (2009)

PregnantWinnerAmyPartyNeighbourSpeechMarriageAbsent Father Christmas

Series 4 (2011)

DrugsDebbieMovieDancingFireworksLife on Mars Bars

Series 5 (2012)

BandDadsCampingRunningExaminationDrunk

Series 6 (2013)

RabbitSkiingTherapyConferenceRachelPlayMagicBoatThe House

Series 7 (2014)

MuggingChristeningDonorAnnaPointlessAlcoholSurprisePlaneLucyWedding

Series

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