Cutting It: The Complete Season 4 [DVD] 
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All six episodes from the fourth series of the BBC drama, about the bitter rivalries, professional and personal, between the workers of the Henshall-Ferraday hair salon in Manchester. With the smoke finally settled on Finn (Ben Daniels) and Ruby's (Lucy Gaskell) dramatic departure, all eyes are on Allie (Sarah Parrish) and Gavin (Jason Merrells), who are happily back together - with big plans for the future. Not content with running the family salon, Allie sets her sights on opening a hairdressing academy for the next generation of Manchester super-stylists, with financial backing from an ex boy-band member Liam (James Murray). And when she discovers she might be pregnant, she thinks she can have it all - Gavin, the baby, her salon and the academy. But just as things are looking rosy, fate deals a shocking blow that threatens to change the Henshall-Ferraday partnership forever.
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I've loved Sarah Parish and her character Allie from episode 1, series 1 and was not prepared for the intense emotional drama Series 4 offered in between the light moments. Jason Merrells, Annette Badland, and Angela Griffin all gave outstanding performances, and of course Sarah Parish rocked the house.
With this series, I didn't miss Finn or Mia much but definitely felt Ruby's absence as she seemed such an integral part of the first three series.
Annette Badland is pure brilliance - whether in the background of a scene, cooing over her onscreen grandson, snapping at her family, or giving me chills with her final outburst; Mr Merrells had me sympathizing with his character whom I found hard giving sympathy to at times - yet seeing Gavin's pain brought me to tears; and Sarah Parish - I don't think ANY other actress has touched me so deeply. I look forward to seeing more of her work.
I would have loved to see a happier ending, but Cutting It never took that easy predictable road which is what hooked me from the beginning.
A huge thank you to the brilliant cast, crew and writer/creator Debbie Horsfield for providing one of my favorite and most unforgettable TV shows I have ever seen.
Couldn't they just let Sarah Parish's character 'Allie' have happiness for once, especially after she has finally settled down with the gorgeous Gavin . I thought they should like let the character have a break from the show instead killing her.
I hope they don't make another series because it wouldnt be the same without Sarah Parish (Allie)
It was good as it had fantastic acting by Allie (Sarah Parish)
and Gavin (Jason Merrills)
It was very sad as the original four main characters have gone after four years. How will Cutting It be the same again?
How could they have killed off Sarah Parish?
There were some really fantastic scenes between Allie, her mum and Darcie played by Angela Griffin.
The funeral was very sad when they started showing clips of her skating round the park while Ralfie was watching in his pram and when they started singing "Thank You For The Day".
All I could think about while watching the funeral scenes was the very first episode when you were working out who was who, especially with Mia and Finn and how you knew Allie would be the key to the show.
I am glad Gavin walked off in the sunset on his own as he only just got re-married to Allie and how could he go with someone else so soon.
Personally I think they should stop at series 4 as it wont be the same.
Also it felt weird without Ruby played by Lucy Gaskill.
I hoped she would have come back for the funeral but I suppose it wouldn't have been right for her to be there.
All in all I good series and congratulations to Sarah Parish for fantastic acting but it won't be the same without the famous four.
And the ending was, well, a bit rubbish really. They're making another series? What's the point?
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