Actor Rob Brydon continues to confuse Gavin and Stacey with ‘nothing works’.
However, his co-star Larry Lamp (73) shares a completely different perspective because he joked that ‘there will be more episodes’.
Despite the show’s creator James Corden saying ‘they’ll do another feature at some point’, 55-year-old Rob is unaware of the new episodes being filmed.
He told the BBC Breakfast on Monday: “Of course there is nothing to do – if they do not do it without me, I would not have heard of it.
“But last year’s special, repeated this year, I think on Christmas Eve.”
He added: “Last year was a lot of fun to watch, especially the suggestion that surprised people at the end. It was so beautiful to be a part of it.”
Former East Enterprises star Larry Lamp believes he will produce more episodes of Gavin and Stacey following the success of last year’s Christmas special.
Larry Daily told the Telegraph: “No matter how good the Christmas special was last year, there will be no more.”
The actor added that he is ready and waiting for the script – if it’s too late, they should start the episode in his “grave”.
He explained: “I hope they expel someone else before I die, or they can start from the grave.”
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Although Gavin & Stacey have not returned for another Christmas special this year The BBC has confirmed that “one day” will be back.
After 11.6 million viewers watched it live, last year’s Christmas special was a blessing in disguise for the BBC.
Gavin & Stacey is available for streaming on BBC iPlayer.