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"It felt like someone was holding a mirror up to me, especially the bits of me I didn't want to see or talk about."
How one of the most celebrated shows of the 2000s was brought down by a unique combination of hype, cultural connection and "nonsense" exhaustion.
According to one of its hosts, one of its writers and a pop star who might not fully agree with that headline.
We look back at Peter Kay’s 2001 sitcom, a good-hearted pisstake of working men's club culture.
Creator Victoria Pile tells us that the cult Channel 4 hospital sitcom is "mostly real. It’s pushing the contours of behaviour."
"There have been some catastrophic ones. I remember, very early, there was a guy who spent like 50p on pigs' trotters."