|Series 3, Episode 2|
|Air date||6 February 2009|
|Written by||Lee Mack, Andrew Collins|
|Directed by||Nick Wood|
Lee is insufferably smug when he wins a thousand pounds in a writing competition with an essay entitled Disability in the Workplace.
Lucy is moved to tears when she reads the essay - she had no idea that Lee was so sensitive. Tim, however, is more sceptical, and with good reason; when a journalist turns up to interview the winner, she is expecting to meet a disabled author.
For Lee's own emusmant he enters a story writing commotion for disabeled people.He was blind...No One Worry He Covered His Eyes.However when the publisher comes round she asked
Publisher:"so where's Lee...... You know the one in the wheel chair." ......Oh Although it could be you after all you are blind"
Lee:"Ah no that would be FAR too obvious "
To save his own skin he askes Tim to be in a wheel chair Daisy (not knowing she had) outsimers And also Lucy not knowing she had turrets (she played it very well)
In the end they didn't get the prize and lost all 7 cups with Wigan football players on.
Main cast Edit
- Lee Mack as Lee
- Tim Vine as Tim Adams
- Sally Bretton as Lucy Adams
- Miranda Hart as Barbara
- Katy Wix as Daisy
Guest stars Edit
- Director - Nick Wood
- Producer - Jamie Rix
- Executive Producer - Richard Allen-Turner
- Executive Producer - Lee Mack
- Executive Producer - Jon Thoday
- Writer - Lee Mack
- Writer - Andrew Collins
- Writer - Simon Dean
- Writer - Darin Henry
- Writer - Daniel Peak