Absolutely Fabulous is a British sitcom written by and starring Jennifer Saunders, and co-starring Joanna Lumley, Julia... More
Absolutely Fabulous is a British sitcom written by and starring Jennifer Saunders, and co-starring Joanna Lumley, Julia Sawalha and June Whitfield. It was broadcast on the BBC from 1992 to 2005, and is popularly referred to as Ab Fab.
Patsy and Edina return from Val-d'Isère to find Mrs Monsoon's madcap American friends have effectively moved in to her house. Edina lies in bed for three days claiming to have stigmatas, though they are actually painted on with... More
Patsy and Edina return from Val-d'Isère to find Mrs Monsoon's madcap American friends have effectively moved in to her house. Edina lies in bed for three days claiming to have stigmatas, though they are actually painted on with lipstick. Saffron, busy preparing the wedding, has row over Edina's claims of being Jesus Christ. When Edina realises that Paolo's parents are rich, she finally shows enthusiasm for the upcoming celebration. Saffy remains smitten with Paolo who is a womanising cad and not really interested in her. Paolo's parents come to visit and the mother decides that Saffron is not good enough, but Patsy makes her change her mind, blackmailing her with their common past as "actresses" in a pornographic "Bond" movie (actually Bond Meets Black Emanuelle). Edina chooses St Columba's in Knightsbridge for the ceremony and takes Saffy to Christian Lacroix who designs the wedding dress. The wedding ceremony commences. Eddy pushes Sarah aside and replaces her with "the Gucci girl." When the priest asks if there are any objections, Edina sees God again, who stands by the priest and shakes her head to the marriage. Eddy shouts "No!". A blase Paolo calmly leaves with the girl from Gucci. Later Patsy, Eddy and Saffy reconvene in the kitchen in a new show of solidarity, until Eddy and Patsy suddenly leave as they are taking Saffy's Honeymoon trip. Also appearing: Gary Beadle (Oliver), Christopher Biggins (Himself), Dora Bryan (Millie), Connor Burrowes (Choirboy), Nickey Clarke (Himself), Marcella Detroit (Angel), Ed Devereaux (Mac), Carmen du Sautoy (Kalishia), Marianne Faithfull (God), Georgina Grenville (Gucci Girl), Candida Gubbins (Shop Assistant), Tom Hollander (Paolo), Christian Lacroix (Himself), Calum Macleod (Vicar), Suzy Menkes (Herself), Bruce Oldfield (Himself), Alan Talbot (Carlo)