It’s the kind of outfit that would set off feverish adolescent fantasies in The Inbetweeners, the E4 sitcom in which Emily stars.
The show follows the clammy fortunes of a quartet of suburban teenage boys as they negotiate friendships, females and growing pains in a no-holds-barred fashion that’s made it a huge cult hit.
The original Alouettes team (1946–1981) won four Grey Cups and were particularly dominant in the 1970s.
After their collapse in 1982, they were immediately reconstituted under new ownership as the Montreal Concordes.
After playing for four years as the Concordes, they revived the Alouettes name for the 1986 season.
A second folding in 1987 led to a nine-year hiatus of CFL football in the city.
The Alouettes compete in the East Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and last won the Grey Cup championship in 2010.
Their home field is Percival Molson Memorial Stadium for the regular season and as of 2014 also home of their playoff games.
But the biggest surprise is that parents enjoy it as much as their kids, and they watch it together. Nothing’s set in stone but the film kind of ties everything up neatly, and we can’t all be stuck in the sixth form when we’re getting into our mid-to-late 20s. I love everyone on the show – the boys are like my brothers – and I’m already feeling bereft.
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The Inbetweeners has made stars out of all its young cast, but Emily, 22, hails from acting royalty: her father, Anthony Head, was the smoothie in the Gold Blend ads and has starred as Rupert Giles in Buffy The Vampire Slayer and as the Prime Minister – the object of a serious crush himself – in Little Britain. And, as she discusses life before and after The Inbetweeners, it quickly becomes apparent that, unlike the hapless kids in the series, Emily has a pretty wise head on her shoulders.
But I guess the show is so loved because it’s true to life.