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Secret Diary of a Call Centre Girl follows the zany Emma Eccles, a high-energy call centre employee trying to make a living but finds herself selling stuff that's useless, expired, or that nobody in their right mind would use.
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Diary of a Secret Call Girl. I found this show very funny and scarily honest!!
I found it very similar to a book I read a couple of years back "Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl" by Nancy Chan. That book was also quite graphic, witty and funny (well worth a read!)
Billie Piper was excellent in this show - I found myself believing that she could be/is a prostitute/escort. I am a very open minded person but I have to admit that some scenes did shock me little. I just didn't expect for her to talk while giving a BJ!!
Her character is warm, witty and funny and I look forward to watching the rest of the series.
8 out of 10!
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