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Season 2

26 Sep. 1991
The Gulf Report
The team reviews their Gulf War coverage. Gus launches some scuds and George experiences some collateral damage.
3 Oct. 1991
The Trevorman Cometh
Globelink is in severe financial difficulties and only one thing unites the staff - the desire to stab someone else in the back.
10 Oct. 1991
Henry & Dido
Making the news means daily confrontation with war and violence, but at Globelink News the bloodiest war and violence is taking place between the newsreaders.
17 Oct. 1991
Chief executive Gus Hedges reveals his deeper feelings for his brother by making him grovel.
24 Oct. 1991
Drunk Minister
A government minister turns out to be somewhat incapable and George, as usual, is totally inept.
31 Oct. 1991
Alex and the Interpreter
Alex gets involved with a visiting Russian and his interpreter who have come to see how the station is run.
7 Nov. 1991
Newshound Damien Day deplores fabrication by TV reporters, especially when someone else does it better than him.
14 Nov. 1991
Don't Mention the Arabs
There's bad news for Christianity when the unspeakable Sally Smedley finds God.
21 Nov. 1991
Damien Down and Out
There's bad news for George about his daughter, bad news for Damien about a bet he's made and bad news for God about Sally - she's still a Christian...
28 Nov. 1991
The Evangelist
Sally finds God and a somewhat dubious spiritual guide. Meanwhile, divorce is on the cards for George and something even nastier is on the cards for Dave.
5 Dec. 1991
George's Daughter
Damien kicks some doors down and a visiting documentary crew causes problems for George, but not as many problems as his daughter causes.
12 Dec. 1991
Dave's Day
Dave seeks psychiatric help and encounters problems with a trick cyclist.
19 Dec. 1991
Xmas Party
Henry can't cope with what's happening, George doesn't remember what happened, and Alex and Dave try very hard to forget what has happened.

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