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I am sure there has always been misbehaving by people before they settle down, but there was this perception that anyone who ever got married before the 60s was a virgin.
Coupling is an example of the "group-genre", an ensemble show that had proven popular at the time.
As the actors became familiar with the material, they would sometimes develop a joke.
However, according to Moffat, such elaboration could over-complicate a joke for an audience coming to the material for the first time.
The humour of the show, according to Moffat, is in the context.
He says that there are "no jokes per se" and if they did put jokes in, they were normally taken out because they did not work.
After a day off on Sundays, the sets were erected for a producer's run on Mondays, and then a technical run on Tuesdays.
Much of Wednesdays were spent camera blocking, a process which regularly overran at the expense of a dress-rehearsal.
The couple formed the basis for the main characters Steve and Susan.
The four other characters are Steve and Susan's best friends and last ex-relationships (one of each for both Steve and Susan).
In a 2004 poll to find Britain's Best Sitcom, Coupling came 54th.
Vertue had been working for Tiger Aspect, a production company run by Peter Bennett-Jones.
The fourth episode, "Inferno", was written shortly after Vertue had found a similar tape in the VCR, although Moffat added the 'spanking' element to the script as he "didn't think the real tape was quite pervy enough.'" The show used the "group genre", a type of programme using ensemble casts that was proving popular, with then-recent successes as Friends, This Life (also starring Davenport) and Cold Feet.