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This was v funny i thought - true to real life! The dishy guy from Miranda worked well and the spread of gates "types" was spot on. We have a "manny" who does pick up at my daughters school who also wants to become an actor! It is one of those warm comedies that you can watch with your kids, such a relief to have a show we can watch together. My daughter loves the Australian woman. Where is the school they film it in? Looks like one in Reading but cant be sure. Only saw 3 episodes but each one looks at the embarrassing things that happen at drop off - fights between mums, getting roped into helping out with school PTA type things. My Life! Lots of chat about this on mumsnet.
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