The Cold Feet revival continues with the second episode, as Pete chauffeurs the ‘happy’ couple away from the wedding venue, Adam reveals that he has changed his mind about starting a future together in Singapore. His son Matthew needs him in Manchester.
The Giffords’ money worries have taken a toll on their marriage – in particular, their sex life. In an attempt to lift Pete’s spirits, Jen reminds him of the bedroom fantasies they used to act out when they were younger, but it is going to take more than a French maid’s costume to snap Pete out of his mood of depression.
Under pressure from his boss, David continues to try to impress Adam’s father-in-law, millionaire businessman Eddie Zubayr, even enlisting the help of ex-wife Karen, whom Eddie clearly has designs on. When David invites Eddie to the corporate box at Old Trafford, his CEO gets wind of the fact and invites himself along, forcing David to let his old friends down.
As the dads and lads watch the match on the pub’s big screen, Adam notices that even the win is not putting a smile on Pete’s face. Could there be more to his mood than simply being miserable and middle-aged?
Watch out for the arrival of the brilliant James Bolam this week too.
UK / ITV / 1×50 minute episode / Broadcast Monday 12 September 2016 at 9.00pm
Writer: Mike Bullen / Director: Terry McDonough
Series: Cold Feet Season 6 Episode 2
James Nesbitt as Adam Williams
Robert Bathurst as David Marsden
Hermione Norris as Karen Marsden
John Thomson as Pete Gifford
Fay Ripley as Jenny Gifford
Leanne Best as Tina Reynolds
James Bolam as Harry Matthews
Chike Chan as Eddie’s PA
Susan Cookson as Tricia Matthews
Karen David as Angela Zubayr
Daisy Edgar-Jones as Olivia Marsden
Nicholas Gleaves as Trevor Green
Peter Gunn as Paul Matthews
Jack Harper as Adam Gifford
Ella Hunt as Ellie Marsden
Gerald Kyd as Roger Muir
Art Malik as Eddie Zubayr
Simon Poland as David’s client
Lucy Robinson as Robyn Duff
Ceallach Spellman as Matthew Williams
Lizzie Stavrou as Georgia Harvey
James Weber Brown as Lone drinker