No Return viewers open-mouthed as beloved comedian makes rogue cameo nobody saw coming

ITV viewers were left dumbfounded as a much-loved comedian made his "hot" debut in drama No Return.

Those tuning in to actress Sheridan Smith's latest gripping telly drama were left hugely distracted by the arrival of Al Milner.

No Return follows the Powell family and their holiday in Turkey as son Noah is suddenly arrested and jailed on a sex assault charge.

The impromptu arrival of the character was helping to "dig dirt" on character Milo and presented his results to Sheridan's character Kathy.

As they sat in a plush cafe, fans were surprised to spot the actor playing Al was comedian Rufus Hound.

Gone was his lengthy locks in favour of a close-cropped hairstyle many branded "hot."

Following the third ITV episode one took to Twitter to write: "Rufus Hound is looking pretty good these days. Used to look like an 18th century dog’s dinner. #noreturn.

Another commented: "When did Rufus hound become hot? #AskingForAFriend #noreturn."

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A third then posted: "No Return Is that….is it…Rufus Hound!!!" as a fourth continued: "noreturn bloody hell rufus hound looking very polished these days."

One then surmised: "Rufus, my son. He’ll get things sorted #noreturn."


Viewers are loving Sheridan's latest TV appearance, with one writing: "Sheridan Smith seems to be doing a TV drama relay with herself."

Another said: "Another drama with the brilliant Sheridan Smith @ITV @channel5_tv are really spoiling us."

It's only February and she has already starred in three major shows, which includes drama, The Teacher last week, and Four Lives the week before.

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