Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

At a Crossroads?

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

At a Crossroads?

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PETER KAY and Sian Gibson have written a hit comedy based entirely on two people making small talk on their daily commute.

And it's absolute genius. It works because the chemistry between the pair, who are old university mates, just fizzes off the screen.

And Sian is certainly deserving of a joint namecheck in the title, if not a comedy award for her role as highly enthusiastic, high-pitched Kayleigh.

Tonight is the series finale and John (Kay) has enlisted the help of his Nan to reluctantly wait in for a parcel. "Listen for the bell, there's quiche in the fridge, Sky's on," he tells her.

Back in the car, Forever FM is playing all the classic hits we haven't heard in ages, as well as hilarious adverts - life insurance "for when tomorrow doesn't come", and Weight Stoppers: "I realised I could eat all my favourite foods as long as I cut out anything that made me fat". …

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