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Inside No 9

There are very few series that can’t be improved with a musical episode, and this is the closest Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith are likely to get to one… so savour it!
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There are very few series that can't be improved with a musical episode, and this is the closest Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith are likely to get to one… so savour it!

There are very few series that can’t be improved with a musical episode, and this is the closest Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith are likely to get to one… so savour it!

Tamzin Outhwaite, Sarah Hadland and Javone Prince guest star as workmates on a night out in a karaoke booth.

But while some of them are focused on perfecting the dance moves for Whigfield's Saturday Night, others are preoccupied with office politics bubbling away beneath the surface, including an affair, workplace bullying and worries about redundancies.

Amid the flirtation and fretting, this party is a ticking time bomb… Cleverly written and gripping till the very end – just as we’ve come to expect from this innovative show.