Sheridan Smith on where her Two Pints character would be today

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Photo credit: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock
Photo credit: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps favourite Sheridan Smith has theorised where her character Janet Keogh would be today.

A whole decade since the boozy sitcom left the air – 80 episodes were made in total – the 39-year-old sat down with Metro and had an interesting theory about what the bakery worker would have been up to since we last saw her.

"It would be quite funny to see where Janet ended up," Smith mused. "She'd probably have about 20 kids or something, still in the pub!"

The star also discussed a potential on-screen reunion following the success of Gavin & Stacey's back in 2019.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

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"I mean that would be brilliant, Gavin & Stacey did their special which I thought was brilliant," she said.

"We might end up getting the Two Pints gang back together, I certainly wouldn't rule that out one day if everyone's schedules worked out."

Smith – a recipient of an OBE, two Olivier Awards and a BAFTA – also touched on the impact the show had on her as a young actor.

Photo credit: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock
Photo credit: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

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"It was a great part of my life and I guess most people have their university years where they go away and do that, but our Two Pints days were like the university years," she said.

"We all got really close – we were in it for nine years so it was a big part of my life. Definitely don't rule out that there would be a reunion one day, although it would be weird because we are all so much older," she added.

Keep your fingers crossed for this one!

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