DIANNE BUT­LER OUT OF THE BOX

Herald Sun - Switched On - - Thursday -

NOOOO! The last ever episode of The In­be­tween­ers . . . and just as peo­ple are fi­nally start­ing to get on to this show. I’ve heard they’re mak­ing a movie ver­sion.

The boys go on hol­i­day to Crete. Could be milk­ing it a bit, but un­der­stand­able. The guys are very funny, and to­gether they have more chem­istry than Am­cal.

It ends tonight with the four of them on a farewell camp­ing trip, a send-off for Si­mon (Joe Thomas), whose fam­ily is mov­ing to Wales. Bit sud­den, but the com­pany for which Si­mon’s fa­ther works has had to make a lot of peo­ple re­dun­dant. He and his wife sit their sons down to break the news. He’s lucky he’s still got a job, but the pill he’s had to swal­low is Swansea. Si­mon: ‘‘ Where’s that, is it far?’’

Si­mon dis­cusses it with the oth­ers the next day. Jay has a sim­i­lar re­ac­tion: ‘‘ They say it’s, well, grim up north.’’

Will: ‘‘ Yes, they do, but Wales isn’t up north, Jay.’’ Be­sides, Will’s heard Swansea’s quite nice. Who from? Si­mon wants to know. Will: ‘‘ A friend of my gran’s.’’

As the trauma of leav­ing starts to sink in, Si­mon de­cides he re­ally wants to spend his last two weeks with Carli, but

Wales of a time: Si­mon

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