Benidorm (2007–2018)
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Episode #10.1 

It's Joyce and Monty's wedding day, but all doesn't go to plan.


David Sant


Derren Litten, Derren Litten (created by)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jake Canuso ... Mateo
John Challis ... Monty Staines
Janine Duvitski ... Jacqueline Stewart
Steve Edge ... Billy Dawson
Kate Fitzgerald Kate Fitzgerald ... Loretta Chase
Julie Graham ... Sheren
Tim Healy ... Les / Lesley
Sherrie Hewson ... Joyce Temple-Savage
Shelley Longworth Shelley Longworth ... Sam Wood
Tony Maudsley ... Kenneth Du Beke
Paul Chan ... Mr. Wu
Michael Fenton Stevens Michael Fenton Stevens ... Sir Henry
Nigel Havers ... Stanley Keen
Stuart Milligan ... Rutger
Michael Starke Michael Starke ... Dodgy Dave


Sheren and Billy celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary with breakfast in bed whilst Joyce and Monty prepare for their wedding. Things do not go smoothly as they sail to Peacock Island for the ceremony with Sir Henry deputising for the indisposed priest. Vows are exchanged but, due to Monty's cheese-paring, the wedding feast is a let-down and the group end up stranded on the island with Kenneth swimming for help. Whilst the others are away Sam plans to make some money on the side and Jacqueline falls prey to smooth-talking Stanley Keen. Written by don @ minifie-1

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28 February 2018 (UK) See more »

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When Eddie showed his raffle tickets you could see 104 and 105 in the ticket range. This means that he actually had ticket numbers 101 to 105. In Neptune's he claimed to have ticket 100 which was on the previous ticket range. Nigel Havers then claimed to have ticket 101 which in reality Eddie should have had. See more »


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A better premiere than the previous 2 seasons
15 March 2018 | by kieranadaviesSee all my reviews

The show continues to be entertaining despite Season 8 and 9 having some bad episodes. Mateo, Les and Kenneth continue to be the best characters on the show

but I'm wondering how many more years can this show go on.

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