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Here comes the broide...

OVAH! Kath & Kim, BBC2, 9.00pm
Perhaps it looks a little lazy that we’re highlighting Kath & Kim for the second week in a row, but we really didn’t feel that we could let the series end without a final preview. Yep, after tonight, the series is O-V-A-H, ovah! Our Thursday nights will be considerably less merry without it, and we can only hope that the second series will appear before too long. Coming back to tonight, however, it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – the day of Kath’s wedding to her hunk o’ spunk Kel. Kath’s hoping for a lot of action on her wedding night, but sadly is not hoping to be in traction, which is what the outcome turns out to be. You’ll have to tune in to find out why, of course. There are lots of questions to be answered: will Kim fit into her bridesmaid dress? Will Sharon be able to rearrange her hectic netball schedule in order to attend? Will the ceremony be noice, different or un-yews-ual? We’ll find out the answer to none or more of these questions tonight.

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