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Morgans 

Production visits Morgan's Restaurant, Woolton, Liverpool England UK.

Director:

Tim Whitwell

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Gordon Ramsay ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Jayne Dunn ... Herself - Actress (as Sarah Dunn)
Helen Kelly Helen Kelly ... Herself (as Helen)
Laura Kelly Laura Kelly ... Herself (as Laura)
Philip Lee Philip Lee ... Himself
Sandra Morgan Sandra Morgan ... Herself (as Sandy)
Sheree Murphy Sheree Murphy ... Herself - Harry Kewell's Wife
Lesley Owen Lesley Owen ... Herself - Michael's Sister
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Storyline

Gordon grapples with girl power when he takes on an intimate family-run restaurant in the heart of WAG territory near Liverpool. For the last three years Morgans has been run by antiques dealer-turned-restaurateur Sandy and her two daughters Helen and Laura. The beautifully-designed dining room has a prime high street location and should be the perfect eatery for the trendy local clientele. But Head Chef Phil is grappling with an eclectic menu that includes mashed potato with apricots and his cooking's just not up to it. Meanwhile owner Sandy can't keep the books straight, the all-female front-of-house team lacks any clear line of command and they're £100,000 in debt. At this rate of loss they are facing the prospect of no punters and closure within six months. It's handbags at dawn as Gordon imposes some drastic changes, only to discover that when he turns up for the launch of a Sunday lunch menu, he's the only one who's bothered to get out of bed. Will the ladies that lunch carry on... Written by Anonymous

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Reality-TV

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Release Date:

5 December 2006 (UK) See more »

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Did You Know?

Trivia

Unfortunately, a year after the episode aired, Morgan's closed. See more »

Quotes

Chef Philip Lee: I feel in more control. I just say that and fucking knock the salt over. Fucking L. What a twat.
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Connections

References Hollyoaks (1995) See more »

Soundtracks

Let's Face the Music and Dance
(uncredited)
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Frank Sinatra
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