In this first episode we are introduced to Vincent as he deals with Miranda Hart's burning desire to be taken more seriously as an actor and Danny Dyer's diversification into children's literature.
Meanwhile Natalie Cassidy is building up to the National Television Awards and Gregg Wallace is launching a new range of sauces.
In this second episode of Morgana Robinson's The Agency, Vincent receives news of a huge audition for EastEnders star Natalie Cassidy opposite a Hollywood A-lister.
For Natalie this is a dream come true, but with her dad unwilling to look after himself, Natalie must come up with a faultless plan for dad before she can get to the casting. Meanwhile, Joanna Lumley is hemorrhaging the filming budget while on her travelogues. With this in mind, Vincent has concocted a solution by keeping ‘Jo Jo's' far flung travels much closer to home.
Also in this episode, we meet pop star Cheryl Cole and the new love(s) in her life, and Danny Dyer is up for an unlikely but flattering award.
In this week's episode of Morgana Robinson's The Agency we follow Vincent's assistant Rachel as she chaperones global megastar (and relentless chatterbox) Adele through a press junket for her latest album.
Back at Mann Management, Vincent is dealing with a terrified Danny Dyer who has been the victim of a cyber crime. Worried that some ‘sensitive' material might be leaked, Vincent suggests that Danny might want to pursue a ‘political cause' to create some positive PR. Unfortunately this backfires when Danny misinterprets Vincent's advice to get involved with the badger cull.
Meanwhile Natalie Cassidy is attempting to give something back to the community by setting up a fame school to try and teach local kids everything she knows about show business. But she is thwarted by a rival star…
In tonight's episode, Miranda Hart takes part in a warts-and-all documentary about the police force, in a further attempt to be taken seriously.
But things take a turn for the worse when her unit is called to a tense civil disturbance. At Mann Management, Vincent is fielding calls from Fearne Cotton - who sees television show ideas everywhere she looks.
Meanwhile Danny Dyer is suffering from an unusual health complaint that he's mysteriously picked up while spending time alone in his man-shed, and Natalie Cassidy is planning a big night out down at Jason's Karaoke.
Natalie receives a call from her agent Vincent, who has some potentially troubling news. He's heard from a 'soap insider' that EastEnders could be killing off a much-loved character but doesn't yet know who. Natalie has a new contract but is unable to print it off and secure her future because her dad has corrupted the laptop trying to win free iPads online. Natalie wants to get the computer fixed, but the virus it is now carrying is relentlessly ordering online shopping deliveries.
Things aren't looking good for Natalie, but there is some silver lining in the shape of the shopping delivery van man who turns out to be a former lover from school. Meanwhile, Nat's sister Cat is having some photos taken in the garage by a semi-professional photographer in the hope of getting some catalogue modelling work. However, when the photographers intentions become questionable, Natalie has to step in.
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