After watching the final episode of Gavin & Stacey, I felt my heart sank. Bebe and I so love this tv program that letting it go had been a struggle. No more Pamelar and Gavlar. No more Nessa, Mick, Gwen, Uncle Bryn and most of all, no more Smithy! I wanted more robot dances and singing the Smithy way! --- Life’s ain’t lush without this crackin’ mate, I tell yah’.
Missing James Corden’s character [Smithy] a lot, I keep on reminding Bebe to check if there’s going to be a Smithy spin-off anytime soon or maybe a new season of the show or if not, at least a Gavin & Stacey movie. Yeah. I know. I sound ridiculous but if you’ve seen this tv show from start to finish, you’ll know why I so want to see Smithy and the gang all together one more time.
A couple of nights ago Bebe surprised me with an absolutely funny YouTube video on his iPhone. We were already in bed. He wasn’t that sleepy while I, on the other hand was very much ready to doze off to sleep. The first few seconds of the clip did not get me interested but by the time I heard Smithy’s voice, yay! --- that was pure adrenalin rush!
Smithy to the Rescue - Red Nose Day 2011 - BBC Comic Relief Night:
“Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief. Comic Relief is one of the two high profile telethon events held in the United Kingdom, the other being Children in Need, held annually in November.” ~~~ Wikipedia
After watching this clip, I watched three more Smithy to the Rescue - Red Nose Day 2011 videos on YouTube. Bebe and I did have a good laugh. Way to go, Smithy!
… Ooops. While searching for Smithy photos on IMDB, I’ve found out that Gavin and Smithy are both in a 2009 film “Vampire Killers”. The trailer’s funny. Looks cool! Might watch it soon!
So, hey yah’! Whaz occurin’?