The true story of Charmian Biggs (née Powell), the rebellious product of a strict 1950s upbringing, and her whirlwind romance with Ronald Biggs leading to a descent into crime, most infamously 1963's Great Train Robbery.
James is useless with women, but his luck changes under the tutelage of pick-up artist, Ampersand. As James learns the art of seduction he begins to wonder about Ampersand's intentions and questions what would truly make him happy in life.
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.
while the series itself isn't that bad, it becomes difficult to feel any sort of connection for any of the characters, with the show delivering some good jokes in the right places there are also some very repetitive and not so funny jokes, such as, the bar man Alex constantly taking his shirt off each time coming up with strange reasons to do so, the main problem is that there is no way to connect with any of the characters in this series.
There is no real connection between any character on the show and they are very vein self obsessed characters, for instance, the show moves at an incredible speed in which there is already a wedding plot discussed in the third episode, (personal opinion, the series is getting ahead of itself and moving too quickly). so it seems that unless something drastic happens in the series then nothing will change and it will go downhill from there
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