Get your hankies ready – the last-ever episode of Still Game is to air this weekend.
Over The Hill is the sixth and final episode in the ninth series of the hit Scottish comedy.
In this poignant final episode, comedy fans bid a fond farewell to Jack, Victor and the rest of the Craiglang gang in a memorable must-see finale.
While animal lover Isa gets into a financial fix thanks to too much charity, Jack and Victor finally go on an adventure they’ve been planning for years.
At the Clansman, the pals reflect about the marching of time which puts Jack into a contemplative mood. He realises himself and Victor should stop making up excuses and accomplish their long-standing ambition to climb world-famous Munro, Ben Lomond.
Energised by their new resolve, Jack and Victor invite Tam, Winston and Boabby to join their exciting expedition. Excuses are thin on the ground so the gang reluctantly agree to join Jack and Victor on their outdoor adventure.
Isa confesses to a shocked Navid she’s addicted to animal charities and financially strapped thanks to her furry friends. So while Navid stages an intervention to help Isa kick her charity habit, the boys head off to Ben Lomond to conquer a mountain and make memories.
This must-see finale celebrates the iconic comedy, tugging at heart strings and featuring all the Still Game favourites. That’s plenty!
Jack is played by Ford Kiernan, Victor by Greg Hemphill, Isa by Jane McCarry, Tam by Mark Cox, Winston by Paul Riley, Boabby by Gavin Mitchell and Navid by Sanjeev Kohli. Also starring Shamshad Akhtar as Meena, Paul Young as Shug, Maureen Carr as Edith and Gary Lewis as Rab.
Still Game – Over The Hill will air on Thursday, 28 March, on the BBC Scotland channel from 10-10.30pm.