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Heading Out is as charming as you'd expect from a comedy starring Sue Perkins. The supporting cast is really hilarious and so likable. I actually love all the characters on this show! They are played perfectly; subtly over-the-top...which may be just a standard British comedy thing that generally appeals to me but I have to note that the actors' take on the womens' characters are especially fresh to me. Not to mention the guest-stars alone make this show worth watching. You can tell that the cast are having so much fun and it sucks you in. It's pitch perfect for a light comedy yet still irreverent enough to keep it interesting. So many great shows on TV these days are unyieldingly dark and shocking in it's humour. It's nice to have a bit of respite from all the over-sexed or psychotic characters on TV delivering one-liners from a pool of blood which has sort of become the expectation from good TV these days. Aside from all of that Heading Out also happens to be really, really funny. I hope to see another season...even if it's just free on Youtube....(sorry!)
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