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Episode 92

Season 1, Ep. 92

'92 was the queen’s Annus Horribilis (until now) – but Lucy was having an absolutely brilliant time. It was the year Nirvana played Reading. (Although she doesn’t think she actually saw them. She thinks she may have favoured Ned’s Atomic Dustbin or some other shit.)

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