Fed up with Jason crashing on the sofa Gemma goes to see Inca,who is,however,in no mood for reconciliation and is off to meet a blind date in Billy's bar,Gemma asking Billy to tell her how it went. ...
Gemma makes lazy Alfie work with his father on his grocery van whilst she accepts Tom's invitation to join his self defence classes. Inca is also keen to attend and when Jason interrupts she floors ...
It's Alfie's birthday and,despite Jason's disapproval, Gemma lets Tom escort her to the party at the bar where Billy is now working. Tom helps Gemma's friend Fran pick up an object of desire whilst ...
Jack, a tortured soul, spends his days grudgingly seeing and speaking to the dead, helping deliver their messages to the loved ones left behind while trying to seek some respite from his tormented past and present.
Lee and Sol are hiding out on a beach in Southern India living a slacker life of sex, drugs and parties. Trouble comes to paradise when Vix, a beautiful girl from Lee's past, turns up. ... See full summary »
Charles Henri Belleville
I also fell in love with this show. I caught it on PBS and look forward to it every Saturday.It is just one of those shows that make you feel good all over. Every Character does such a good job of sucking you in to every episode. I'm hoping it will play for a good while. Trying to find the first season out on DVD and finding that it is currently unavailable. This is one of a few Brit Comedies I just love to watch. Each character plays their role perfectly. I really don't think that 30 minutes is long enough for each episode.The writer does such a good job at the end of each show giving you such anticipation waiting for the next episode. I highly recommend this.
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