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|Row 3 info = Ricky Tomlinson, Sue Johnson, Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Geoffery Hughes
 
|Row 3 info = Ricky Tomlinson, Sue Johnson, Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Geoffery Hughes
 
|Row 4 title = Guest Starring:
 
|Row 4 title = Guest Starring:
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|Row 4 info = Tom Courtenay, Helen Fraser }}'''The New Sofa '''is the twenty second episode of The Royle Family.'''
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|Row 4 info = Tom Courtenay, Helen Fraser }}'''The New Sofa '''is the second special of ''The Royle Family'''' '''''broadcast since the series returned in 2006. The setting of the episode varies between The Royles and Denise and Dave's houses.'''
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
It's Christmas Eve in Manchester, and Jim and Barbara are sitting in front of the telly in their living room watching Jamie Oliver stuffing a turkey. The doorbell rings and Barbara answers it to Dave and Denise. Denise announces her plans for tomorrow's Christmas Dinner including cup-a-soups and Walls Vienneta, while Jim feasts through his box of After Eights. She also offers a turkey leg to everyone and tells Barbara that she won't miss seeing the kids on Christmas Day, who are spending the day with Anthony. Denise later says, bizarrely, that Christmas is not a day for children.
 
It's Christmas Eve in Manchester, and Jim and Barbara are sitting in front of the telly in their living room watching Jamie Oliver stuffing a turkey. The doorbell rings and Barbara answers it to Dave and Denise. Denise announces her plans for tomorrow's Christmas Dinner including cup-a-soups and Walls Vienneta, while Jim feasts through his box of After Eights. She also offers a turkey leg to everyone and tells Barbara that she won't miss seeing the kids on Christmas Day, who are spending the day with Anthony. Denise later says, bizarrely, that Christmas is not a day for children.

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