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Ricky Gervais has revealed his favourite outtake of all time

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Enjoyed Extras? Well now prepare for Outtakes.

Taking to Facebook, Ricky Gervais has just posted his “favourite outtake of all time”, which sees himself and David Earl constantly fluffing a scene for Derek: Series 2 due to uncontrollable fits of laughter – Gervais’s to be exact.

The numerous takes see Kev (Earl) - can of Special Brew in-hand - attempting to give the cameras crew a guided tour of his caravan while Derek (Gervais) watches on from one of the side-sofas. 

Trouble is, Earl then goes off-script, delivering improvised line after line of creepy sex talk, each lewd and overly graphic gag drawing that distinctive cackle from his co-star on the couch. In the end, Gervais simply has to leave, telling Earl he can do some cutaways instead.

We’ll never think of a diseased badger the same way again.

My favourite outtake of all time

Posted by Ricky Gervais on Monday, February 8, 2016

If you're still to catch the Golden Globe-nominated show, you can buy season one and two here.

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