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Gogglebox’s Mary Apologizes to Husband Giles for Off-Screen Failure UK News

Gogglebox couple Giles and Mary gave viewers another slice of TV gold on Friday night when Mary demanded an apology from her husband for something he did wrong off-screen.

Having been a fixture on the Channel 4 show for years now, Giles and Mary can always be counted on to give Gogglebox fans something to say every time they step out of their living room to deliver their verdict on all kinds of TV shows. The pair have even landed in hot water a few times over the past few series, due to their rather outspoken opinions on current affairs and current affairs.

But this week’s program was about Giles in Mary’s Bad Books for something unrelated to Gogglebox. As narrator Craig Cash took viewers to join the couple from their home in Wiltshire, George could be heard asking: ‘Are you going to be going to Waitrose less and less now Mary with the cost of living crisis?’ She replied abruptly, “I told you yesterday to get a big sack of flour so that we can make our own bread.” You got it ?

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With the couple still not visible on screen, Giles insisted, “We still have some,” Mary replied, “We only have one package! One package isn’t enough.” Continuing to try to appease his wife, Giles told her, “We can make buns.”

Still not happy, Mary asked, “Why didn’t you get the big bag I asked you to get from Lidl? Why can’t you just admit you’ve done something wrong once in a while? time? Why can’t you just apologize Mar I forgot?”

Giles finally relented, telling her shyly, “Sorry Mary, I forgot”, as a satisfied Mary replied, “It’s okay, I forgive you.”

After their little tiff, Giles and Mary gave their verdict, along with their co-stars including Pete and Sophie, on the much talked about ITV drama The Thief, His Wife and The Canoe, with Giles joking: “Let him finish his little lunch,” as police said they would call, just as he was hiding in a studio apartment while missing presumed dead.