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Written by James Corden and Ruth Jones, the show delivered on every level. You laughed, you cried, you worried for Uncle Bryn (Rob Brydon), one of the greatest tragicomic characters of all time.
No surprises perhaps, but for the home straight, I'm perfectly happy with more of the same.
The whole episode was a perfect balance of warmth, humour and pathos, and a fitting ending to what has been a mixed bag of a series.
Once again, Gavin & Stacey proved it may not be ground-breaking but does have broad appeal.
Gavin and Stacey is a show that feels so completely real and British and homely, it belongs on the small screen, to be watched surrounded by love and family and the Christmas spirit.
And maybe that's the appeal of Gavin and Stacey: if the funniest comedy is the private running gag between family or friends, then this is like eavesdropping on a series of in-jokes between its characters - and everyone wants to be in on the joke.
The pair are surrounded by a host of characters who manage to be grotesque and subtle at the same time, which is quite a trick.
The show as a whole was a fantastic story and hilarious from start to finish. I just wish we could have a fourth series... and an omelette.
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