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  • This is the story of Bridget and Annie, who share a flat in London,

  • and the boys next door, Nick and his friend Hector from Argentina.

  • The girls like Hector because he is...pure.

  • And Nick likes Hector because he is rich.

  • And Hector likes Nick because he is one crazy guy.

  • Stand by for Extra.

  • But I can't live without you.

  • I love you.

  • I love you too, but it's for the best. It's finished.

  • Oh! Oh, darling, no. I'll die without you.

  • Ohh. She can't!

  • No, she can't. He's too good- looking.

  • And her husband is so awful.

  • I'm sorry. I'm more sorry than you are.

  • It's your turn.

  • Hello.

  • A message for who? Rock Thrust?

  • Erm, I'm sorry, but I think you have the wrong number.

  • That's OK. Bye.

  • Well, who was that?

  • Someone wanted Rock Thrust.

  • Rock Thrust? What a stupid name.

  • I know. Who would have a silly name like that?

  • Go, go, go, go, go!

  • Go!

  • It's a raid!

  • Don't move. Legs in the air.

  • Hands. Not legs. Hands in the air.

  • OK.

  • Hands in the air.

  • Hello, Nick. Hello, Hector.

  • - How did you know it was us? - Huh?

  • Oh, lucky guess.

  • Great. It's like Piccadilly Circus here on a Friday night.

  • Uh?

  • This apartment is very busy.

  • Crazy phone calls, crazy names and now the FBI!

  • So, Bridget darling, any messages for me?

  • What do you mean, messages?

  • Who do you think I am? Your secretary?

  • This is not your apartment. You do not live here.

  • I never have any privacy.

  • But they cut off my telephone.

  • That's not my problem. You should pay your bills.

  • Sorry, Bridget.

  • And, Hector, you live with Nick now.

  • Please knock on the door.

  • Now, I want to be alone.

  • Well, that went well. What's wrong with her?

  • - Nick, what day is it? - Erm, Wednesday.

  • - And what time is it? - I know. Half past six.

  • - So... - So...

  • So what's on television?

  • Oh, Love's True Dream.

  • Love's True Dream. What is that?

  • Oh, Alberto, Alberto!

  • I love you, I love you!

  • And I love you too, Penelope.

  • - Bridget's favourite programme. - Yeah, and mine.

  • Oh, really, Annie? Why?

  • Because it's about the simple love

  • of a boy from Argentina and a girl from England.

  • Uh?

  • The simple love of a boy from Argentina and a girl from England.

  • Oh.

  • Nice.

  • Oh, Hector! I love this advert.

  • What is it?

  • It's for chocolate mousse. Shh.

  • Chocolate so smooth it will melt a beautiful lady's heart.

  • Chocolate mousse, the chocolate dessert for lovers.

  • Mmm, I love chocolate mousse.

  • Hey! This advert's good too.

  • # Ooh! Popcorn in the microwave

  • # Popcorn in just seconds

  • # Popcorn in your tummy

  • # They're Poptastic #

  • Ha! And do you like popcorn, Annie?

  • Oh, yeah, especially Poptastic popcorn.

  • Well, we don't have Poptastic popcorn in Argentina,

  • but we make great popcorn.

  • - Yeah? - Yes. I'll make it in the frying pan.

  • Oh, yes! Yes, great!

  • I've got the part! I've got the part!

  • Wow, man! That is great! Hey!

  • What is it?

  • Let's just say that my face will be on your television

  • every night at six o'clock in front of a huge audience.

  • Oh- ho! Ladies and gentleman, a star is born!

  • Oh, Nick, that's fantastic!

  • Ha- ha! This is it, Nick.

  • Today, London, tomorrow, Hollywood.

  • I'd just like to thank my parents, my brothers, my sisters...

  • my dog, his vet...

  • and of course my adorable girlfriend Bridget.

  • Huh! I don't think so.

  • Anyway, what's going on?

  • Oh, it's wonderful news, Bridget.

  • Nick is going to be on television.

  • Well, tell us, Nick. What is it?

  • Well, it's on every night.

  • It'll be hot.

  • Sometimes it'll be stormy.

  • So will you still love me when I'm a superstar?

  • Yes, Nick, and I'm going to help you to be a great superstar.

  • Yes!

  • Lesson number one.

  • This is how all superstars make a big exit.

  • Goodbye, Nick. See you at the Oscars.

  • - Annie? - Uh- huh?

  • I really think you're watching too many adverts.

  • What do you mean, too many adverts?

  • Well, remember Chunky Chunks?

  • Oh, Chunky Chunks...

  • Hello and welcome to the Chunky Chunks challenge.

  • Nick, in front of you are two plates

  • and all you have to do is tell me which plate is Chunky Chunks -

  • A or B.

  • Ready? OK.

  • This is Plate A.

  • Good. And this is Plate B.

  • OK, Nick.

  • Which plate do you think was Chunky Chunks? A or B?

  • Well, they both smelled great.

  • Correct! Well done!

  • Both plates were Chunky Chunks.

  • - By the way, Annie... - Uh- huh?

  • What are Chunky Chunks?

  • Dog food, of course.

  • - Do you see what I mean? - Oh, I think so.

  • What's that noise?

  • Oh, Annie's popcorn!

  • - My popcorn? - Yes, I wanted to make popcorn just for you.

  • Oh, Hector, thank you. Oh, you are sweet.

  • I like popcorn too, Hector.

  • - Rock Thrust? What a stupid name! - I know!

  • Go, go, go, go, go!

  • # Popcorn in your tummy

  • # They're Poptastic #

  • Man, that is great!

  • Today, London, tomorrow, Hollywood.

  • Ah. I co- starred with Russell Crowe in this one.

  • You, in Gladiator?

  • Wow, Nick, I didn't realise. What were you?

  • The centurion.

  • Which centurion?

  • Er... Ah! Here it is.

  • There, that's me, on the ground.

  • Huh! A dead centurion.

  • Yeah, good, eh? I had some words, but they were cut.

  • - What did you say? - Erm...

  • Hey, but now I've got the whole script just for me on television every night.

  • Nick, tell me.

  • - What is it? - It's my show.

  • When I'm a star, I will not forget you, my friend.

  • ..at 5:30pm today

  • when I'll show you how to make a delicious chocolate mousse,

  • a dessert for lovers.

  • You'll need chocolate, eggs and butter.

  • And don't forget the way to a heart is through the stomach.

  • The way to the heart is through the stomach. What does that mean?

  • It means if you want a girlfriend, cook for her.

  • I want to learn how to cook.

  • Anyway, what do you mean by I watch too many adverts?

  • Well, remember when you wanted us to change our washing powder?

  • Oh- ho! Hello there.

  • As a mother, I must fight difficult stains every day.

  • Tomato ketchup.

  • Chocolate...ooh!

  • Gravy.

  • And...egg.

  • But help is here.

  • I will wash one shirt in ordinary washing powder

  • and the other in new Zap!

  • So, the shirt washed in normal washing powder is...

  • Oh! Still dirty.

  • But the shirt washed in new Zap! is...

  • Oh.

  • Annie, have you seen my red T- shirt anywhere?

  • Oops!

  • See what I mean?

  • - Oh, hello, Bridget. - Hello, Hector.

  • Oh, hi, Annie.

  • Oh, thank you. Yes, I know.

  • Do you know where Nick is?

  • - No, we've just arrived. - I'm a great actor.

  • Erm, I think I know where Nick is.

  • (Nick) ..love to do the part, but I'm too busy.

  • No, it's not the money.

  • I don't need 15 million quid.

  • Look, talk to my agent, Bridget, hm?

  • I have an idea.

  • Oh. So Robert De Niro said yes already?

  • Hm? Well...

  • - Hello. - Hello?

  • - Nick Jessop? - Yeah.

  • I have an executive from Warner Brothers on the line for you.

  • Right.

  • Hello, Nick.

  • You are very big in England.

  • What are you working on now?

  • Hi. Well, it's something that all of England watches.

  • It's the, erm...

  • Ha- ha- ha- ha- ha.

  • You can laugh,

  • but tomorrow night at six o'clock

  • you will see that Nick from next door

  • has star quality

  • and then Spielberg will call.

  • Now, excuse me, I must learn my line.

  • Hello and welcome to the Chunky Chunks challenge.

  • New Zap!

  • Chocolate mousse, the chocolate dessert for lovers.

  • Hello, all you gorgeous chefs. Mwah.

  • And welcome to Charlotte's Kitchen.

  • Today...mmm...

  • chocolate mousse, a dessert for lovers.

  • - First, take some chocolate. - Chocolate.

  • And melt it over hot water.

  • Melt?

  • Oh! Over hot water.

  • Now, my darlings, you must separate the eggs into two bowls.

  • Separate the eggs?

  • Separate the yolk from the white.

  • Oh, the yolk from...

  • - Hector? - Ah, hello, Annie.

  • Mix the yolk and the chocolate.

  • Add the butter.

  • And now for the fun - whisking!

  • I love whisking. Don't you?

  • - Oh, whisking? - Ah! You need Annie's magic whisk.

  • Yes, please.

  • Nearly finished, my darlings.

  • Finally, add the whites to the chocolate

  • and put it in the fridge.

  • And in 30 minutes,

  • this delicious chocolate mousse will be ready for your lover to taste - mm!

  • And put it in the fridge.

  • Why, Hector, who's the lucky lady?

  • I think I know!

  • Chocolate mousse, my favourite dessert.

  • Nick! What time is it?

  • - Six o'clock. - Quick! Change channels!

  • It's six o'clock and time for the weather with Rock Thrust!

  • With Rock Thrust.

  • Oh, me. I'm ready.

  • - The weather? - Rock Thrust?

  • Nick!

  • Hi! I'm Rock Thrust.

  • - Get on with it. - Huh.

  • And here is the weather. Big smile.

  • And here is the weather.

  • In the south, it will be hot.

  • Sun, sun.

  • Oh, sorry. Hot.

  • So put on your beach clothes.

  • And in the west, it'll be windy.

  • And in the east, it will rain,

  • so don't forget your, um...

  • ..brella.

  • And there could be some...

  • Oh, no. Not lightning.

  • And that's the weather with me, Rock Thrust.

  • Ah, come in and sit down.

  • Close your eyes.

  • Now, are you ready for a taste of paradise?