Today's Joanna Page: Love Soup

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Joanna Page in Love Soup

Today's Joanna Page, despite the best efforts of the BBC, is Love Soup, David Renwick's slightly odd look at love that stars Tamsin Greig, Sheridan Smith and the superfluous one from Ashes to Ashes.

I caught an episode of it once to see what Sheridan Smith was up to in her time off from Two Pints and wasn't desperately impressed. This time round was better, notably because of Joanna Page who got to exercise her acting muscles in a surprisingly subtle way. More on that later.

Strangely, Love Soup seems to have more in common with Jonathan Creek than Renwick's One Foot in the Grave, with bizarre love mysteries to be solved in outlandish ways. It's not great, but it's okay: as much as I love Tamsin Greig – and indeed Sheridan Smith – Greig's character, Alice, is just dull (although that's probably the point) and Smith's doesn't really have a lot of depth. Still, it's only half an hour long and nearly at the end of series two, so I've probably missed out on a lot.

Anyway, more pics of JP after the jump, including a great big spoiler. If you haven't seen the episode yet and intend to, don't go any further.

Incidentally, I do warn you that if you have still to see it, do not watch it where anyone can see you: it is definitely Not Suitable For The Office. Or indeed public transport. 

You've already seen JP as foxy Heather. Now Joanna Page as cute Heather.

Cute Joanna Page in Love Soup

And Joanna Page as scary Heather.

Scary Joanna Page in Love Soup

What can it all mean?

Yes, Christmas has come early: Joanna Page triplets. Nuff said.

Joanna Page as triplets in Love Soup

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