Lives of a group of people in their early thirties. The principal plot line revolves around the relationship between Marshall, his girlfriend Clare and her old friend Henry, who remains madly in love with her.
When the fabulous Moonstone diamond is stolen, all the suspects appear to have alibis. Even the young girl who owns the diamond won't say whom she saw took it. Her fiancee calls in the ... See full summary »
Alice Chenery and Gil Raymond are perfect for each other. They like the same things, respect the same things, and share the same beliefs. The only problem is that they are completely unaware of each other's existence.
This is one of the worst comedy shows I've ever seen. What a terrible waste of an immense talent like Jessica Stevenson, it's truly tragic. The punchlines are visible from several miles away, the acting is poor and the plots are flimsy. It's essentially children's' television. Greg Wise gives a pathetic performance, while Raquel Cassidy is wasted (she was fantastic in 'Teachers'). It's utterly devoid of any charm or intricacy, it just seems like the authors had no real desire to write this and it shows.
The characters themselves are so fundamentally unlikeable that I found myself believing that they would all somehow be killed in the final episode (wishful thinking, sadly).
Oliver Chris gives a reasonable performance (being typecast as the cheeky-but-handsome one), though he isn't exactly stretching himself.
Total trash, avoid at all costs.
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