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Being ever eager, Derek offers to take Vicky around to meet the residents.Vicky comments that they smell bad in the confessional, and it’s obvious her head is filled with teenage nonsense. On the tour, she meets the leering Kev — who, in classic Kev fashion, sleazes up to Vicki and starts telling an awful joke.Patton Oswalt has an incredible bit about how you’re only allowed 20 birthdays in your life.Up to age 10, it’s yearly but once you become a teenager, forget it.The next montage shows Vicki hard at work: She makes the hated beds, delivers tea and converses with the residents. Back with his mates, Derek thinks back to his coming age, prompting a discussion. ” As Hannah prepares for Derek’s birthday, Douglas takes him, Kev and some of the residents to the library.Albert, a fellow resident, gives him the “50 is the new 40″ speech. Doug again waxes philosophical on Justin Beiber biographies, the undue amount of cooking books and why the elderly even bother reading. When Derek returns, the whole group surprises him with a birthday cake, confetti and a host of presents. The residents boogie, Derek dances and everyone has a great time.Sweet 16, lucky 21, and from then on, the start of every decade. This installment celebrates his big day in an unconventional way.
Vicki continues to mope around her work until one of the residents asks her where she gets her nails done.
Derek (Ricky Gervais) wants to pick everything (including his presents), to which Kev (David Earl) suggests a proper “cherry-popping” as a potential gift. But he’s younger in here, you see.” (He points to his head.) “No stress.” As Derek goes through his music and menu requests (Susan Boyle, Robbie Williams, chicken kiev, sausage rolls), Kev proves his worth by taking a dump in his pants.
Douglas (Karl Pilkington) sighs and laments on his station in life: The Enlightening Confessional Moment: Douglas says, “He’s 10 years older than me. The group leaves in horror, but Kev seems rather pleased with himself, doing a sickening duck walk back to his flat. After the bathroom break, we meet Vicki (Holly Dempsey), a young teenager starting her court-ordered community service by working at the center.
According to him, it’s not like they are going to finish it. It’s refreshing to see a day room usually full of resting residents full of life, music and energy.
Kev, after finding a photography magazine with some lovely nudes in it, learns he can’t take it out and asks where the bathroom is. Tear-Jerking Moment: During the festivities, Hannah asks Vicki to join her as she fills out her assessment form.