Good Grief Charlie

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Episode 150/1x150
Good Grief Charlie

You're a horrible actor.

Blogger Gavin
Date Posted December 29th, 2007
Length 2:26
Description Did I go too far? I can never tell.
Location(s) Gavin and Charlie's flat
YouTube Tags KateModern LG15 lonelygirl15 Gavin
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried
Co-Executive Producer(s) Joanna Shields and Amanda Goodfried
Associate Producer(s) Cristy Coors Beasley
Series Producer(s) Pete Gibbons
Line Producer Kelly Brett
Production Co-Ordinator Claire Finbow
Interactive Co-ordinator(s) Jonathan Almond
Production Runner(s) Meryl Iona Edwards
Director(s) Luke Taylor (BigBalls Films)
Head Writer Luke Hyams
Vidplay Hazel Grian
Story Miles Beckett, Luke Hyams, and Hazel Grian
Editor(s) Yusuf Pirhasan
Gavin Ralf Little
Charlie Tara Rushton
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Kate Positive"
Next "I Did It!"
Previous by Gavin "Frozen Friendship"
Next by Gavin "Down Under"

Good Grief Charlie is the one-hundred fiftieth webisode in the KateModern video series.


(The camera pans over Gavin's "Wall of Hate", showing images of Tariq, Steve, and Kate.)

Gavin: So, Kate. Homeless now, are we? Living on the streets? Oh, well, how terribly interesting for you! "Oh, finding out what the underclasses live like, on the streets of London." Yeah, well, uh, let's see how long you survive with the rats in the sewer, shall we?

(Gavin runs to the front door of the flat, as he hears it being unlocked. He hides behind the door, as Charlie enters. Charlie walks past Gavin toward her room and Gavin follows.)

Gavin: Watch out, it's a rat!

(Charlie jumps, and Gavin laughs.)

Charlie: What the hell is wrong with you, Gav?

Gavin: Nothing's wrong with me. What's wrong with you?

(Charlie sits on her bed and takes off her shoes.)

Charlie: What's wrong with me? I'll tell you what's wrong with me: I've been in virtually every internet café there is in London, trying to find Kate.

Gavin: For God's sake, why?

Charlie: Why? Because she posted up a blog and said she's gonna go and find all the trait positive girls herself, without me!

Gavin: Good! For Christ's sake, i-if Kate wants to go and be the hero of the people, then-then let her! It's just a game to her, anyway.

Charlie: A game? Yeah. Really, really wise, coming from you. You're such a hypocrite! How can you even say that after the way you bullied Lee?

Gavin: Th- That was... funny. Kate's not funny, she's just vain. "I'm living on the streets of London, trying to get down to a size zero." You know, let her find all those girls on the list.

Charlie: No-

Gavin: I hope she starves to death doing it.

Charlie: What- You can't wait for things to go wrong for people, can you? It makes you feel better about yourself.

Gavin: Oh, shut your face.

Charlie: Y-y- You can't let anyone in. You're such a sad person, you can't even be loved, Gav! That's your problem!

Gavin: Well, now you're talking psycho-babble, like your crazy friend Kate. You let her have far too much influence on you.

Charlie: (Grabs a bag off the floor.) You're not even listening to me! You don't need me, you need a therapist. (Shakes her head.) I'm sick of trying to get close to you; I don't want it anymore. I don't want it.

Gavin: W-wait, wait a second. (Pans the camera to his face.) Are you- Are you actually dumping me on camera here? Because, uh, you might want another go at it, love. Because, frankly, your acting stinks. (Laughs and pans the camera back to Charlie.)

Charlie: Get out, Gav.

Gavin: Could you- I'm sorry, could you say that again for me?

Charlie: I said "Get out"!

(Charlie pushes Gavin out of her room, and slams the door in his face.)

Gavin: I might have gone a bit-... I've gone a bit too far. (Clears his throat.) Charlie? (Knocks on her door.) Charlie?


  • The title is a reference to Peanuts, a cartoon in which the character Charlie Brown utters the phrase, "Good Grief" quite often.