Donna has a drunken revelation on her hen night and decides that she has been missing out on the single life. So with just days to go, she calls off her wedding to fiancé Karl and moves in ...
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Donna dates self-centred yuppie Stefan, whose birthday present to her is to have sex on a wad of bank notes,his orgasm brought on by the money, not her. He takes her to a business meeting at a posh ...
Karen believes she is pregnant by Billy. She is not keen for him to find out but Louise tells him and he promises to mend his ways and stand by her but she has her doubts. Louise finds a new man in ...
Donna is unhappy to learn that Karl is moving to Italy, selling his house at a vast profit in so doing. Karen gets involved with a guy called Justin, who is emotionally heavy going and she finds it ...
After publishing a rant about 'idiots' - frantically hip, ignorant scenesters - Dan Ashcroft finds these same people embracing him as his idol and his nerves constantly tested by his biggest fan, moronic scene personality Nathan Barley.
Donna has a drunken revelation on her hen night and decides that she has been missing out on the single life. So with just days to go, she calls off her wedding to fiancé Karl and moves in with her two best friends - Karen, an irresponsible primary school teacher, and Louise, a hopelessly romantic waitress. Will Donna find what she is looking for? Or will she find that the grass isn't always greener on the other side? Including a supporting cast of weird and wonderful ensemble characters, we follow the three girls as they try to navigate their way through the pitfalls of every day life, with frequently hilarious consequences. Written by
I saw a bit of this programme not so long ago and I couldn't believe what I was seeing.
Basically this was a basic sitcom with a very simplistic storyline. The only thing there which makes it worth watching for some people is the fact that the characters just really talk about what they want and there appears to be no censorship on what they want to say. Obviously there is, but the way they go on, it just feels like there isn't.
One good example of this would be a man and a woman talking in a local shop and they are discussing a one night stand that they had in quite some detail. The woman eventually invites the man back for a dinner party she is holding and asks him not to go on about, let's say some very personal activity.
There is not a lot of bad language although there is some and you can tell they're not really to bothered about using it. They are not bothered about talking about slightly morbid issues either like somebody's dead mother or a dead cat.
There is also no canned laughter which makes the programme have another twisted feel.
All in all the nature of the sitcom shocks you into laughing for a little while and then when you are used to it, it's not really that good.
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