bbc-jeva humoristicna serija (radi je lik koji je napravio office) o poslu
kojim se i ja s vremena na vrijeme bavim, a to je statiranje. istina,
medju statstima np-a u sarajevu nema toliko zavisti koliko je ima izmedju
andyja i kolege mu. btw, andy je u stalnoj potrazi za lajnom (ne za onom
od malo bijelog, vec za onom koja ce ga vinuti u zvjezdanu prasinu
hoollywood-a ), a frendica mu maggie za frajerima. prijatelj (koji
radi u jednom od medijskih pododjela sivog doma) mi kaze da je bafta
otkupio prava na prikazivanje ovog betona, a vi ga pogledajte dok je jos
iole frisak i prije nrgo na njega nakace destraktor u vidu debilnog
prijevoda. toplo preporucam epizodu s ben stilerom (prvu ) kao i onu s
Genre Situation comedy
Camera setup Single camera
Running time approx. 0:29 (per episode)
Creator(s) Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant
Starring Ricky Gervais, Ashley Jensen, Stephen Merchant
Country of origin UK
Original channel BBC Two
Original run 21 July 2005–present
No. of episodes 12
Extras is a sitcom about extras working on film sets and in theatre. It is written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, both of whom also star in the series. The series is filmed in a more traditional sitcom style than the mockumentary style used by Gervais and Merchants' previous award-winning series The Office. The series is a BBC/HBO co-production and first aired in the UK on 21 July 2005 on BBC Two. It premiered on 25 September 2005 on HBO in the US, where it was rated TV-14, with sub rating of S and L due to some sensuality and sexual references, by Advisory Council.
The first series, consisting of six episodes, each with a different celebrity guest star, was released on DVD in the UK on 31 October 2005. When the series was first broadcast in the UK, the order of the episodes was changed; the episode featuring Ben Stiller was broadcast first, followed by the Ross Kemp and Vinnie Jones episode the following week. This change was made shortly before broadcast.
When the series was repeated over the Christmas holiday 2005, the episodes were returned to their intended order, with Ross Kemp first, followed by Stiller. The DVD also preserves this same order.
Filming for the second series began in the second week of June 2006, with the first episode of the second series premiering in the UK on BBC Two on 14 September 2006.
Each episode begins with a cold open and has no traditional opening credits theme tune. Most episodes begin with a short segment from the production on which Andy and Maggie are working, followed by a fade into the white Extras logo on a black background. Each episode does, however, end with the same music over the closing credits: the Cat Stevens song Tea for the Tillerman, a track from his 1970 album of the same name. At the end of episode 2.4 it is Chris Martin who is singing Tea for the Tillerman.
July 21, 2005
This episode is based around a film about the life of Goran, an Eastern European man whose wife and son died in the Balkans War. It is being directed by Ben Stiller, with Andy and Maggie playing extras in the film. Andy attempts to get a speaking part by befriending Goran and, after giving him a £15 Topshop voucher, Goran gets him a line. However, Andy then gets in an argument with Ben and is kicked off the set. Maggie, meanwhile, takes an interest in one of the crew. Things appear to be going well later on at a party both of them attend, but it all falls apart when Maggie notices he has one leg shorter than the other.
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Ross Kemp & Vinnie Jones
July 28, 2005
Andy works on a period drama and is approached by Ross Kemp, who is also acting in the film. Kemp claims he has had SAS training and is as "hard" as the characters he plays on-screen. This episode introduces Andy's incompetent agent Darren (played by Merchant), who consistently fails to get him any work. Kemp's old EastEnders co-star Shaun Williamson (who played Barry Evans) shares the same agent, but the last paid work Darren got for him was changing a lightbulb. Back on set, there are rumours that Vinnie Jones is working nearby and looking for a fight with Kemp. Meanwhile, Maggie pursues a "dashing" actor on set, goes out to dinner with him and takes him home. They sleep together, but her sexual bliss is interrupted when he complains that she is "like a dead horse." The episode ends with Jones confronting Kemp, who denies that he said anything. After this embarrassment, he admits to Andy that none of his claims were true.
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August 4, 2005
Working as extras on the set of a World War II Holocaust film, Andy and Maggie meet the star, Kate Winslet. Maggie is currently involved in a three-week relationship with a set assistant who wants her to talk dirty with him over the phone. Maggie has no idea what to say but is given advice by Kate. On his finding this out, Maggie gets dumped by her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Andy is also romantically distracted and takes a liking to a Catholic extra. He claims also to be Catholic in order to get closer to her; however, when invited to a "get-together" with her and "some friends", his transparent attempt to fit in is revealed.
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August 11, 2005
This episode is set around the pantomime Aladdin in Guildford, which stars Les Dennis. Andy manages to get a speaking part as the Genie (since John Thomson fluffed the audition and Christopher Biggins is busy). Les Dennis is currently engaged to a 26 year old called Simone. Dennis is on the verge of a mental breakdown and, after discovering Simone cheating with a stagehand, stops in the middle of the first night of the panto. When she comes to visit, Maggie bumps into an old friend whose father, played to camp excess by Gerard Kelly, is directing the play. Maggie attends the girl's birthday party (the only other guests there are family) but is asked to leave after she suggests to her friend that she stops her father from running her life, and accusing the elderly family friends of being like "the cast of Last of the Summer Wine".
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Samuel L. Jackson
August 18, 2005
On the set of a police thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson as a maverick American cop in the UK, Andy eventually gets a line with the star and gets to say "Ten to one he's going to pick Sgt. Harris again!". Andy uses lies and excuses to shake off befriending a dullard extra. The man's insistence causes Andy to cave in and have dinner with him. He finally snaps when the dullard presents him with two tickets for the Ben Elton musical We Will Rock You. Maggie is attracted to the young black actor Danny. Despite some initial racial misunderstandings, she successfully asks him out on a date. All seems to be going well, until she goes too far in trying to smooth over racial differences by simulating sex with a gollywog doll and a Barbie. When she chats with Samuel L. Jackson on set the day after, she mistakes him for Laurence Fishburne. Andy tries to save the ailing conversation, and, when this fails, Andy is asked to leave the set (forfeiting his line with Samuel L. Jackson).
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August 25, 2005
Both Andy and Maggie are working on a production of Shakespeare's The Tempest alongside Patrick Stewart. Eager to get his self-penned sitcom script noticed, he gives a copy to Patrick Stewart who tells him about his own self-penned film starring himself, which is basically just an hour and a half of women with their clothes falling off all the time. Patrick agrees to circulate the script, and BBC Comedy are interested and invite Andy for a meeting. During the meeting, Andy is asked to rewrite his script alongside an extremely camp man called Damon, with a view to a pilot episode being filmed.
While writing the script, Maggie pops in while Damon is leaving to get some coffee, and Andy talks about how Damon is basically a stereotypical gay and how it gets on his nerves a little. Maggie leaves and tells Damon that Andy is finding his campness annoying, which greatly insults Damon.
Andy is called in to the BBC to talk about this and finds out that Maggie told Damon his feelings about him; Damon is upset with him over his apparently homophobic attitude, and the producer (who reveals that he is also gay) warns Andy that there is a chance the plug could be pulled on the pilot.
Andy goes to see Maggie and is furious with her for telling Damon that he irritates him and that her attempts to help could demolish what might be his big break. He tells her that she needs to sort out her own life before interfering with his, and then storms away. Maggie is shaken, and this simply reinforces feelings she is already having about her grotty lifestyle. She cleans up her flat, removes her toys and posters, and straightens her hair.
At the BBC, Andy gives his sincerest apologies to Damon, and stresses he is not homophobic. Damon accepts his apology, and the pilot is back on.
Maggie leaves the set of yet another job to find Andy with Patrick Stewart on his mobile phone. Stewart tells Maggie that Andy is sorry and wants to be friends again. He starts to ask Maggie to star in his film when Andy quickly cuts him off. The two reconcile, and all is well again.
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Orlando Bloom & Keith Chegwin
September 14, 2006
Andy's new sitcom is filmed in front of a live audience, whilst Maggie still performs as an extra in a film with Orlando Bloom. Bloom portrays himself as obsessed by his own good looks, and bitter towards Johnny Depp, whom he claims the women ignore. To prove himself, Orlando ends up kissing Maggie, before being told that it was not her "cup of tea". The audience find the heavily-altered sitcom a success, even though Andy, forced to wear glasses and a wig, which he despises, feels like he has sold out. This episode seems to attack the current state of British comedy, with jibes at Lenny Henry and Little Britain, as well comedy 'catchphrases' in general. "Barry from EastEnders" features in the episode, unsuccessfully hoping to stand in if Andy drops out. At one point, he is caught stealing refreshments and hiding them down his tracksuit. Keith Chegwin also stars, but his normal bubbly personality is masked by a surprising and uncharacteristic level of bigotry.
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September 21, 2006
Andy finds out the critical response for When the Whistle Blows by the newspapers is almost entirely negative. The best reponse was in the The Telegraph as they didn't review it. He gets encouragement from the public though, as he is recognised in the street by a homeless man, and later by his biggest fan in the pub. He isn't very eager to repeat lines from the show, and grimaces at the prospect. Later on, Andy and his friends visits a city bar, where he is allowed into the VIP area only to be asked to leave seconds later when David Bowie arrives. After facing some derision from fellow actor Greg, he tries to sit with Bowie, who proceeds to make up a song ridiculing Andy. The episode ends with Andy returning to the pub to be surrounded by genuine fans.
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Daniel Radcliffe, Warwick Davis & Diana Rigg
September 28, 2006
Andy receives a large offer for a bit part in a new film starring Daniel Radcliffe. During filming he takes Maggie out for a meal, offending the mother of a disabled teenager in a restaurant. This begins an increasingly hysterical reaction in the British press, who proceed to take his comments out of context. Andy and Darren manage to quell the anger, although it doesn't last long, as Andy inadvertently kicks Warwick Davis, leading to further accusations. Daniel Radcliffe appears as a highly sexed teenager trying to seduce every woman he meets, including Maggie and Warwick Davis's fiancee.
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Chris Martin, Ronnie Corbett, Richard Briers, Moira Stuart, Davina McCall & Stephen Fry
October 5, 2006
Andy makes a charity video appeal and meets Chris Martin from Coldplay. Chris plays a shameless self promoter interested only in advertising his Greatest Hits album. When he recognises Andy, Chris suggests making a cameo on When the Whistle Blows and appears to sing and play one of his songs. Despite receiving angry reviews at the shameless appearance of a celebrity on his sitcom, Darren announces Andy has been nominated for a BAFTA for Best Comedy Performance. A toy manufacturer is also interested in making a doll of Ray, Andy's character from the sitcom. At the BAFTA award ceremony, Andy bumps into an old girlfriend, Patricia Potter. Andy later reveals to Maggie that he ended his relationship with Patricia because he found her boring and unwittingly reveals he lost his virginity at the age of 28. During Richard's Briers eulogy of a dead drama producer, Darren arrives with the prototype of the Ray doll but accidentally activates it. The doll loops with the catchphrase "Are you having a laugh? Is he having a laugh?". Brier's comes off the stage, destroys the doll and proclaims it "tacky stuff", for which he receives a standing ovation. Maggie then meets Patricia in the toilet and reveals the real reason Andy broke up with her. Stephen Fry wins the Best Comedy Performance and derides Andy of his use of laughter tracks, silly wigs and catchphrases. Andy discovers Darren and Ronnie Corbett taking drugs in a toilet cubicle. They are caught by BAFTA officials, who suspect Ronnie got his drugs from Moira Stuart, and ban them from any future BAFTA nominations and awards. Patricia is later on stage collecting an award for her role in Holby City and reveals to the audience when Andy lost his virginity. Moira Stuart is arrested for dealing drugs.
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October 12, 2006
Andy is cast in a play about a homosexual relationship directed by Ian McKellen. However, he feels uncomfortable in performing it due to his former peers from school, who show overt disdain for gay people, having purchased tickets to watch him perform without knowing the plot. Darren Lamb asks Maggie on a date with disastrous consequences.
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Jonathan Ross, Robert Lindsay & Robert De Niro October
Convinced that he can outgrow his sitcom and agent, Andy becomes detached from his friends in his pursuit of media connections. Andy appears on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and becomes friends with Ross. Despite making excuses, Andy has to agree to visit a boy who is in hospital with cancer. He asks Maggie to go with him. Andy is determined to fire Darren Lamb for incompetence, until Darren tells Andy he has arranged a meeting with his idol Robert De Niro. The meeting clashes with one of Andy's visits to the sick boy, but guilt at the burden he is imposing on Maggie and his suspicion of Darren's promises force him to visit the boy, at the cost of meeting De Niro. Lamb pacifies De Niro with a pornographic biro.
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