Geordie Shore: Best Moments from Season 6
The clubs are their playgrounds and pulling is their game – and what better place to pull and party than in the land Down Under?
Check out our favourite moments from ’Geordie Shore: Going Down Under’.
Season 6 kicked off with the surprise return of our favourite Geordie father figure, Jay Gardner. While only staying for a few days, it was good to see the Newcastle Adonis back in fine Geordie form, reclaiming his rightful position as alpha male of the house. Plus, we thoroughly enjoyed witnessing the Geordies on their better-ish behaviour.
With Holly convinced she’d have to resort to spider eating, Gaz, Charlotte, Vicky and the purple-haired lass headed off to the outback for a night of ‘roughing it’ (i.e. no access to hair straighteners). Despite their initial apprehension, the crew got awfully enthusiastic when faced with the task of sheep-sheering and horseback riding. In fact, the adventure marked the final straw of Charlotte and Gaz’s on-and-off-again relationship, with Charlotte realising how un-manly the poor lad looked on horseback. As for herself, she was anything but humble, proclaiming: “I’m really good at horse riding, cause I’m just generally good at riding anything… c*ck, vibrators… bikes…” Somebody give that girl a gold sticker.
The Awkward Counselling Session
It only seems right for the Geordies to get a gorgeous house – and then trash it. With Scotty’s track record of wall smashing, a group counselling session was organised to intervene with the lads’ violent behaviour. With a brief analysis of his inclination towards punching inanimate objects, the conversation quickly shifted to Gaz’s bonking technique, with Charlotte outing him as “boring.” Ouch.
The Silent Disco
Vicky needed an excuse to see her new boy-toy, and called on Joel’s DJing skills for a glammed-up silent disco. However, the night turned from a family fun-day to a fiasco with Gaz organising his own to-do invite list. Happily beginning ‘Operation too much fanny’ (his own words), the lad headed off for a night in the shag pad, while Charlotte occupied herself with pizza and the couch, calling it the “most boring Geordie house party” ever.
Scotty T’s piano bashing
It’s Scotty T’s birthday and he’ll punch piano’s if he wants to…
The Geordie lad celebrated his 24th with a manly day – which included skydiving and driving in fast cars. Despite the counselling sesh, the Geordies got mortal and a little too touchy – with Sophie and Joel performing some sort of live ‘sex show’ for the rest of the crew. From there, it only seemed natural for Scotty to end up in bondage gear and a fist in the piano… right?
Nothing excites the Geordies like the opportunity to dress up (even if Holly does think Egyptians and Romans are the same thing…). With incredulously long fake eyelashes and fake tan to rival Jessica Simpson, the lads and lasses stripped down to minimal Egyptian clothing and headed out to the Oxford Art Factory for a seriously mortal night. Did we mention the minimal clothing…?
James and Gaz kick off
Unnnnnfortunately, a Geordie night out just isn’t complete without a few fists and tears. Egyptian night was no different, with a few strong words about meat pies igniting a heated punch-up between Gaz and James. Apparently Gaz just really doesn’t like pies…
Single Whitsundays v. Coupled Up Canary
Gaz organised a trip to the “Australian version of paradise” i.e. the Whitsundays, but with a catch – it was singles only. While Scotty, Vicky and Holly played with Crocodiles up north, the remaining loved-up Geordies settled in for a night of Hippy dancing at the Scary Canary. Before drunkenly wrapping herself around a pole, Charlotte offers a key piece of wisdom to her Hippy views, proclaiming: “We’re gonna get f**ked, ‘cause we’re meat-eating, mortal hippies who just love to shag.”
When Scott’s c**k “accidentally fell” into Holly’s mouth
Despite spending half the season with “c**k fright,”, Holly got a whole lot of it when she was sent on a round-about adventure to Hill End with Scotty T. Armed with an empty hotel room and a bottle of vodka, the lass really embraced the whole Down Under experience, admitting later that “Scotty’s c**k just accidentally [fell] into my mouth.” Needless to say, none of the Geordies seemed surprised.
Vicky gets crowned “Top Puller” (To Gaz’s extreme disappointment)
While the lads maintained that there were no pulling competitions on the agenda, their behaviour certainly suggested otherwise. To our surprise, however, it was Vicky who scored the spot of ‘Top Puller’ after a necking-on contest with Gaz. Downing a few too many teacups, the normally reserved lass jumped the bouncers and licked an innocent lad on the face –cementing her title as a “Weapon of Tash Destruction.”
— Alyce Wearne