Cassie (Hannah Murray) can trick everyone. In her magical world the skinny bonkers girl still manages to fool everyone that she’s beating her eating disorder. Her parents Marcus (Neil Morrissey) and Margeritte (Naomi Allisstone) are well and truly duped. But Sid (Mike Bailey) isn’t. Good old geeky Sid who inadvertently steps out of Tony’s (Nicholas Hoult) shadow to win a place in Cassie’s heart by being the only person to possibly notice and care what happens to her. The only person except Allan (Alan George), the taxi driver who takes her to the clinic and who is the only adult she trusts – and the only person to ever see her actually eat anything.
Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell return for an episode of previously unseen material from the hit comedy panel show. Amongst the guests joining Lee Mack and David Mitchell are Danny Dyer, Bob Mortimer, Nick Grimshaw, Clare Balding OBE, Greg Davies, Alex Jones, Jermaine Jenas, Richard Osman, John Cooper Clarke, Gabby Logan, Steve Backshall, professor Germaine Greer and Rhod Gilbert.
Rob, David and Lee are joined by Danny Dyer, Jon Richardson, Joe Lycett and Moira Stuart.
Time’s up for Tony (Nicholas Hoult). His girlfriend Michelle (April Pearson) has had enough. She’s also had enough of her mum’s (Arabella Weir) latest husband/ toy boy/ business failure/ serial idiot, Malcolm (Danny Dyer). Men! But then a shining knight appears on the horizon with the promise of a happy ending. Seventeen, heartbroken and on the rebound, Michelle jumps right in. But Tony is determined to make sure the new prince in Michelle’s life turns into the biggest toad of them all.
EastEnders actor Danny Dyer hopes that he will "freak a few people out" with his family history - and he certainly does that in this episode of Who Do You Think You Are? Danny sets out to discover the history of his tough working class family in the East End of London but in the process unearths an extraordinary lineage stretching back to the Norman Conquest.
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