Gavin And Stacey May Have Revealed What Happened On That Fishing Trip In Unaired Scene
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In case you need a recap, it all started after Uncle Bryn (Rob Brydon) and his nephew Jason (Robert Wilfort) returned scarred from something disturbing which happened on a fishing trip together - though they never revealed exactly what.
There have been many times, over the years, that it has looked as if the pair are about to divulge what went down on the BBC comedy, but they've always fallen short.
But now it has emerged that the incident from the trip could well have been revealed in season two, however Ruth Jones and James Corden cut the episode at the last minute.
Lisa Edwards, who owned the house the show used as uncle Bryn's home, says that the big reveal may actually have been penned into the script many years ago, before the episode was dropped.
Speaking to Wales Online, Lisa, who still has the script in question, said: "We have a script for an episode which was never aired.
"It was supposed to be Uncle Bryn and his nephew watching this VHS.
"They both watch it together to see what happened on the fishing trip. But they decided to not show the episode."
While the script didn't actually reveal what went down on the VHS, the knowledge that their antics may well have been unveiled on the screen is sure to frustrate lovers of the show, who are still no closer to getting an answer.
Viewers were last teased on Christmas Day 2019, when Bryn was faced with photograph of himself and Jason on the trip.
"Put down the remote... for the time has come," Bryn said. "You want to know what happened?"
Dramatically, Rob Brydon's character then stood up and set the scene, explaining: "It was very dark, in every sense of the word."
"Can I just point out that we knew nothing about camping," Jason intervened.
"It was my bad. It was all my bad," Bryn went on. "You see everyone it was supposed to be... what happened was I..."
And then, BOOM. The kids ran in.
We have a very bad feeling the fishing trip is going to be one of those mysteries we all take to the grave...