Katherine is a civil servant working on strategies to help immigrants. When public sector cuts force her to move from London to a satellite office in Northampton, she soon finds that she too feels like a stranger in a strange land.
British transplant Alfie Wickers, is an unorthodox young teacher in the San Diego public school system. Alfie loves his students but his youthful, often naive enthusiasm and unconventional ... See full summary »
Thanks to one night, not switching over after my regular watching of the 'Inbetweeners' on the same channel E4, I thought I'd give this sketch show with an all girl cast a try-out, hopes were not high. I also see that ratings are low from other users.
To be fair I'd agree the show was hit and miss, but I was surprised that when it 'hits' the show can actually provide you with some real laugh out loud moments, and when push comes to shove, if a comedy show makes you laugh, then it's doing a good job.
The jokes can be puerile and obvious, but often it's visually spot on, for example the '4 Russell Brands' or the 'Rural Madonnas' Good for one episode, though maybe not series after series. And I did appreciate the savage parody of 'Sex in the City' somehow all the better for coming from four woman.
Overall a enough laughs to make it worth catching, though it helps if like me you can appreciate a bit of immaturity in your comedy, and after all, and you're likely already on E4 to catch Inbetweeners.
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