Jonathan Creek - The Grinning Man [DVD]
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First appearance of Stuart Milligan as Adam Klaus. Guest stars: Peter Davison, Pippa Haywood and Jimmi Harkishin. a b Pratt, Steve (1 January 2009). "Up the Creek". The Northern Echo. Newsquest. Archived from the original on January 3, 2009 . Retrieved 2009-01-02. Fair warning — if you watch QI before you watch this, you may find it difficult to take Alan Davies seriously.
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Comedy drama following a creator of magical illusions who finds his expertise suited to solving murders and mysteries. Stars Alan Davies, Caroline Quentin, Stuart Milligan, Julia Sawalha, Adrian Edmondson and more. Your points about the problems with the second impossibility make sense too. This is very reminiscent of a Carla Borrego plot and had a very similar problem. I did enjoy though that the way it was managed was somewhat different and felt quite original, even if it is improbable.Puppini Sisters at The Shepherds Bush Empire - Fans Review". Music. Music Theatre Review. 26 June 2012. Archived from the original on 19 December 2021 . Retrieved 26 June 2012. Wightman, Catriona (4 March 2016). "Jonathan Creek is returning to BBC One for a new special". Digital Spy . Retrieved 3 August 2016. Wylie, Ian (18 December 2008). "Jonathan Creek gets creepy". Manchester Evening News. Archived from the original on 30 July 2014 . Retrieved 21 July 2014.
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Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: In "The Seer of the Sands", Carla's husband casually mentions that he was once married to a man. Carla understandably freaks out, but after the episode in question, it's never brought up again. Narrowed It Down to the Guy I Recognize: Mostly averted, with the best-known guest stars more often playing victims ( Colin Baker, Bob Monkhouse, Nigel Planer), cops ( Rik Mayall), witnesses ( Peter Davison, Joanna Lumley) or comic relief ( Bill Bailey, John Bird). A few exceptions are Maureen Lipman in "The Tailor's Dummy", Celia Imrie in "Gorgons Wood" and Paul McGann in "The Judas Tree". Guest stars: Griff Rhys Jones, Maxine Peake, Debbie Arnold, Andrew Tiernan, Peter Hughes, Adjoa Andoh and Brett Fancy.Hasted, N (6 January 2009). "The Puppini Sisters, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London". Music. The Independent . Retrieved 15 January 2009. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" appears on Jazzism 1 from Jazzism Magazine (2008) The group used period costumes designed by Vivienne Westwood in their video for "Jilted", an original song written by Marcella Puppini (not to be confused with the 1954 Theresa Brewer country number). Jesse Quin, bassist of the British band Keane appears in the video as extra.