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Freddie and Stuart are an old gay couple who have been together for nearly fifty years. Their lives now revolve around entertaining their frequent guests and hurling insults at each other at every opportunity.
Frances de la Tour
HIM is struggling with a fractured family life, adolescence, failing grades and feelings he cannot control. However, unlike other 17-year-olds HIM also has to learn to master the supernatural power he has inherited from his grandfather.
I loved the first season of this comedy and now the second season is here I want to congratulate the writers for a well written sitcom with a difference. It could have been crass and smutty but it is very funny and sensitive. The acting on the whole is very good with one exception and that is Jonny Dixon. Although he is supposed to be a bit of a lad his acting is way over the top in this second series and is not believable at all. He seems to have been given free range on the character and not pulled up on his overacting, as if on a stage, and not TV. The rest of the cast are excellent and very believable. I hope the series continues to be handled in the same way.
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