The Trip is a television sitcom series first broadcast on BBC Two and BBC HD in the United Kingdom. The series stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as fictionalised versions of themselves undertaking a restaurant tour of northern England.The partly improvised six episode series was first broadcast on Monday nights at 10:00pm on BBC Two starting on 1 November 2010. The series was edited into a feature film which premiered at the Toronto International Film festival in September 2010 and was released in the US by IFC Films in 2011.The Trip featuring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon has one or more episodes available for purchase on Prime Video. It's a comedy show with 18 episodes over 3 seasons. The Trip is no longer running and has no plans to air new episodes or seasons. It has a high IMDb audience rating of 8.1 (5,051 votes).
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S01 E01Nov 1, 2010
The Inn at Whitewell Nov 1, 2010 When Steve is commissioned by the food supplement of a Sunday newspaper to review half a dozen restaurants, he decides to mix work with pleasure and plans a trip around the north of England with his food loving American girlfriend. But when his girlfriend decides to leave him and return to the States, Steve is faced with a week of meals for one, not quite the trip he had in mind. Reluctantly, he calls Rob, the only person he can think of who will be available. Rob, never one to turn down a free lunch (let alone six) agrees, and together they set off for a culinary adventure.Over the course of six meals at six different restaurants in and around the Lake District, Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales, this ultimate odd couple find themselves debating the big questions of life over a series of culinary delights.Their first stop is the Inn at Whitewell in the beautiful Trough of Bowland.
S01 E02Nov 8, 2010
L'Enclume Nov 8, 2010 Steve and Rob enjoy a taster menu at L'Enclume in Cartmel.
S01 E03Nov 15, 2010
Holbeck Ghyll Nov 15, 2010 Steve and Rob stay at Coleridge's old home, Greta Hall, in Keswick. They visit Dove Cottage and lunch at Holbeck Ghyll.
S01 E04Nov 22, 2010
Hipping Hall Nov 22, 2010 Steve and Rob visit Hipping Hall near Kirkby Lonsdale as they continue their culinary tour of the north of England, reviewing restaurants for a Sunday newspaper.
S01 E05Nov 29, 2010
The Yorke Arms Nov 29, 2010 Steve and Rob visit the world-famous Malham limestone pavement and eat at the Yorke Arms, as they continue their culinary tour of the north of England, reviewing restaurants for a Sunday newspaper.
S01 E06Dec 6, 2010
The Angel at Hetton Dec 6, 2010 Steve and Rob visit Bolton Abbey and breakfast at The Angel at Hetton. On their way back home to London they stop off at Steve's parents' house.
S02 E01Apr 4, 2014
Il Cenobio dei Dogi, Camogli Apr 4, 2014 Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan are asked by The Observer to do another series of restaurant reviews. The pair have six meals in six different places on a road trip around Italy.They begin in Piemonte at the Trattoria Della Posta before stopping at Byron's house in Genova on their way to the Cenobio dei Dogi in Camogli. Steve is on hiatus from his American series and isn't drinking, while Rob is looking to unwind during his time away from his young family.
S02 E02Apr 11, 2014
Da Giovanni, San Fruttuso Apr 11, 2014 Rob and Steve go on a boat trip, stopping off at the poet Shelley's house for a photo before continuing their journey and arriving at another restaurant. Rob goes for a walk on the beach with the woman running the excursion and asks how she ended up working on a boat in Italy, and confesses he is missing his young daughter.
S02 E03Apr 18, 2014
La Suvera, Pievescola Apr 18, 2014 Steve and Rob visit Viareggio in Tuscany where Shelley's body was washed ashore, then have lunch at Trattoria Albana. Rob later gets a call from his agent saying that he needs to record himself on tape for a potential part in a film.
S02 E04Apr 25, 2014
The Hotel Locarno, Rome Apr 25, 2014 Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan are having breakfast at their hotel when Rob tells Steve that he has an audition for a lead part in a film. Steve is genuinely shocked and jealous. Rob asks Steve to put him on tape, and has already persuaded the attractive receptionist to read with him.With Alanis Morissette playing on the car stereo, they make their way to the next hotel to meet Steve's assistant Emma and the photographer Yolanda. They head to the Keats-Shelley memorial and have lunch at Ristorante Oliver Glowig.
S02 E05May 2, 2014
Villa Cimbrone, Ravello May 2, 2014 Steve and Rob visit Pompeii and then have lunch at Relais Blu on the Sorrento coast, overlooking the isle of Capri. They then visit their next restaurant, where Michael Buble is the talking point. Continuing their journey in the car they head towards the next hotel where Rob receives a call from his agent telling him that he has got the part in the movie he auditioned for. After visiting another restaurant and doing more impersonations, the two of them head back to their rooms and Rob calls his wife wanting to tell her about his news - but she's too busy to talk and he doesn't get a chance to let her know. Steve calls his son Joe, who says he wants to join him in Italy.
S02 E06May 9, 2014
Il Riccio, Capri May 9, 2014 Steve breaks the news to Rob that Joe is coming out to Italy - and it means that they will have to miss out Sicily. Rob is gutted but Steve says that Emma has organised a place for them to go on the island of Capri instead.Steve and Rob arrive at the cemetery where they are meeting Emma and Joe and all four of them get the ferry to Capri, where they arrive at another restaurant. During dinner, Joe reveals that Steve cried at the Mamma Mia film, prompting a Pierce Brosnan impression and setting Steve and Rob off on a round of further James Bond impressions. Rob reveals that he has got the part in the film he auditioned for.The next day, Rob and Emma go for a meal together while Steve and Joe go for a swim in the sea. Rob reveals to Emma that he slept with Lucy from the boat trip and asks for advice on whether he should go back to her. Following their swim, Steve tells Joe that he is going to buy a house closer to him - and that he is more than welcome to stay with him if he wants. The sun sets on Rob and Steve's journey as they both consider a different way of living.
S03 E01Apr 6, 2017
Txoko Apr 6, 2017 The pair disembark from the ferry at Santander and take in the Cave of Altamira before visiting the picturesque port of Getaria - home to the acclaimed restaurant Txoko, and also the occasional rainstorm.
S03 E02Apr 13, 2017
Etxebarri Apr 13, 2017 Steve and Rob begin the second leg of their culinary odyssey as they head through the Basque Country to Etxebarri - a Michelin-starred restaurant close to Bilbao. After experiencing a delectable eight-course tasting menu (during which Rob confirms to Steve that the Welsh word for carrot is 'moron'), the pair head towards Sos del Rey Católico - taking an opportunity to belt out ABBA's SOS along the way.
S03 E03Apr 20, 2017
La Posada del Laurel Apr 20, 2017 While taking in some local cuisine, the pair have time to reminisce over those who sadly left us in 2016, and then compete over who can do the better impersonation of them. Later they visit one of the many attractions down the 'Dinosaur Road', allowing Rob to pose for a picture in front of a fibreglass iguanodon. "Which one is the dinosaur?" quips Steve.
S03 E04Apr 27, 2017
Nöla Apr 27, 2017 After checking out the Cathedral of Sigüenza, Steve and Rob head to Cuenca where Steve is irked by a travelling musician.
S03 E05May 4, 2017
Parador de Almagro May 4, 2017 In La Mancha, Steve and Rob dress the part as Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, before treading the boards at the Corral de Comedias.
S03 E06May 11, 2017
El Refectorium May 11, 2017 In the last leg of their tour, the duo depart Granada and reach Malaga, where Steve receives some more unfortunate news.