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Patsy is now working as a buyer for Jeremy’s, a new concept fashion store. After attending the London Fashion Week, Patsy plans a trip to the New York Fashion Week. When Edina's mother lets it slip that Serge is living in New York, Edina decides to go with Patsy. After successfully tracking down her son, Edina comes face to face with Serge.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x7
Production Number: ENTC048J
Airdate: Friday December 27th, 2002


Alternate Airdates:

FR (Canal Jimmy) Nov 29, 2003

 
Guest Stars
Mo GaffneyMo Gaffney
As Bo
Recurring
Mo GaffneyMo Gaffney
As Bo
Recurring
Helen LedererHelen Lederer
As Catriona
Recurring
Helen LedererHelen Lederer
As Catriona
Recurring
Christopher RyanChristopher Ryan
As Marshall
Recurring
Christopher RyanChristopher Ryan
As Marshall
Recurring
Harriet ThorpeHarriet Thorpe
As Fleur
Recurring
Deborah HarryDeborah Harry
As Herself
Deborah HarryDeborah Harry
As Herself
Graham NortonGraham Norton
As Himself
Graham NortonGraham Norton
As Himself
Josh HamiltonJosh Hamilton
As Serge Turtle
Josh HamiltonJosh Hamilton
As Serge Turtle
Nathan Lee GrahamNathan Lee Graham
As Assistant at "Guff"
Nathan Lee GrahamNathan Lee Graham
As Assistant at "Guff"
Jared GoldJared Gold
As Himself
Jared GoldJared Gold
As Himself
Episode Notes
Jane Horrocks also plays Lola in this special.

Eddie's often-mentioned-but-never-seen son Serge finally makes an appearance in this episode.

This episode appears on the Absolutely Fabulous Special DVD and is listed on the box as "In New York" but the episode itself is known as Gay.

Goldberg asked Saunders to be a part of the series but at this point they hadn't decided to do season 5 yet so they made her a part of this special instead.



Episode Goofs
Several times in this episode, Christopher Ryan refers to Mo Gaffney as "Mo" instead of her character's name, "Bo."

Most of the New York shots were done in London. Don't believe it? Take a look at the streets. Anything filmed in london has a cobble brick road, NYC has mostly paved streets.



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