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Watching this bittersweet love story unfold as the two work through their initial clashes is the main draw of Car Share, but the decision to prioritise absurdist humour over sentimentality only increases the show's emotional heft.
What a wonderful treat our last road trip with them was. For the nerdy #CarShare connoisseurs the street sign jokes came thick and fast.
All was eventually well, but the previous ending, the one that left things unsaid and messy, was more memorable, convincing, and, well, more Kay.
Car Share is a welcome remedy to modern-day burnout. It's new, but it's comfortingly behind the times. Best suited for nostalgic comedy fans...and anyone who stubbornly believes in the second series curse and wants to be proven wrong.
I am convinced -- forgive the mild pomposity -- that this is one of the most inspired and culturally significant television shows of our age.
So John and Kayleigh drove off into the sunset together in Peter Kay's Car Share. Well, no, actually they didn't, because Peter Kay had a nifty little joke up his sleeve for the last scene of this funny and poignant, but never icky, finale.
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