Gavin and Stacey final episode ‘to explain what happened on fishing trip’
Gavin and Stacey creator James Corden has confirmed that the BBC show will return for the last and final episode.
Since the 44-year-old actor made the announcement earlier this week, fans are already speculating what will happen as they bid farewell to Nessa, Smithy and the rest of the gang.
According to bookies, the last-ever episode will finally address what happened on that fishing trip.
Something happened during the said trip between Uncle Bryn (Rob Brydon) and his nephew Jason West (Robert Kenneth Wilfort) and the mystery has puzzled viewers for over a decade.
At Gavin Shipman (Mathew Horne) and Stacey West’s (Joanna Page) wedding reception in series one, Jason met Bryn outside the venue and attempted to clear the air.
The secret incident on the fishing trip ending in the pair falling out but they are now on good terms.
All fans know is that they did it because they were cold, it involves soup, it potentially involves nudity, it "defies the laws of gravity" and it’s legal in Wales
Paddy Power have rated the chances of Bryn or Jason finally breaking their vow of silence as short as 1/3.
A spokesperson for the firm said: "“News of a final Gavin and Stacey episode was an even bigger surprise than Gwen’s barn dance, so we reckon this is the perfect opportunity to give the fans what they want, and make sure the truth be told about the fishing trip.”
The Late, Late Show host James has revealed the future instalment will "really be the last, final part" but he doesn't plan on producing the episode any time soon.
Over 18 million viewers watched Nessa Jenkins (Ruth Jones) propose to her on-off love interest Smithy (James Corden) during last year's Christmas special, which ended on a cliffhanger.
Speaking to Metro, James said: "I don’t know, is the answer. I honestly don’t.
"We’re all on a WhatsApp text group. All of us and Matt (Horne) and Jo (Page) did a special radio show for BBC Wales the other day that will go out on Christmas.
"And we all contributed to that somewhat. And we’re always talking, all of us, and Ruth (Jones) and I talk all the time. I hope so much we do it. The next one will really be the last, final part.
"And that is a little too much pressure for my chest to take at the moment, if I’m honest, in amongst the anxiety of 2020, If I had any notion of trying to make another Christmas special I don’t think I’d be able to breathe."
The 2019 Gavin and Stacey Christmas special achieved the highest Christmas Day viewership in the UK for more than a decade.
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