Strong sexual references
The beers and tears of twenty-something life
Having fun wasn’t hard. It was just finding the right combination of beer, shagging, pies and beer. But in a northern town in England five twenty-somethings discover that life is getting complicated. When once the only c-word they used was to describe Manchester United fans, now there’s couples, commitment and contraception to consider. If they hadn’t been in the pub all afternoon, it’d be enough to drive them to drink... Series 3 starts exactly where Series 2 ended – with Jonny’s half-baked proposal of marriage to Janet. Will she tie the knot? Gaz and Donna have moved in together but their cosy love nest is disturbed by the arrival of Gaz’s relative, Munch. And Louise finally gets a boyfriend for more than one date. The hit UK comedy is back for a reassuringly offensive third series with all 10 episodes on this 2 DVD set
Episode One: MUNCH
A lad named Munch turns up to work at Gaz’s garage claiming to be the half-brother Gaz never knew hehad. At first Gaz objects to working with such a “yoghurt brain”. But he is won over when he discovers his new brother has “Munch Magic” with cars, chipsticks and brown sauce sarnies, and a wicked porno DVD collection to boot.
Episode Two: FISH
Louise thinks her life is in danger when she arranges to meet her secret admirer. The admirer turns outto be an old school mate, David Fish. Thanks to ‘Oil of Ulay’, David has cured his problem skin and isnow rather fit.
Episode Three: KANGAROO
Following on from Flo and Janet’s advice, Donna plans a kinky night in. Decked out in dominatrix gear,thigh-high spike boots, whip and long gloves, she awaits Gaz’s arrival. Unfortunately when Gaz arrives, he is not alone.
Episode Four: BEASTIALITY
The preparations for the wedding go from bad to worse when the two bridesmaids decide they can’tstand the sight of each other. Louise finds out that, a year ago, Donna had a one-night stand with David. Accusations – and punches – fly.
Episode Five: HOSPIKAL
Munch finds Gaz unconscious in the garage, finds a bottle of headache tablets, and assumes his brotherhas tried to commit suicide.
Episode Six: DRESSES DRESSES DRESSES
The bridesmaids have a cunning plan that will mean they can’t wear the dresses: they ruin them, thenclaim that they’re faulty. The shop assistant turns nasty and insists that Janet pay for the bridesmaid’s dresses anyway, leaving her just £200 for her wedding dress.
Episode Seven: FOCKIN MOKKY BOKKA
In a serious turn of events, Jonny at last gets a job. His new supervisor, Julie, is a hormonal hag from hell. Then his boss tries to blackmail him into sexual intercourse.
Episode Eight: JAMMY DODGERS
After making him wait for a month, Louise finally agrees to have sex with David – or rather, lets him “enter the sacred passage del passion.” She is horrified to find that David is an unstoppable sex machine. Eight times in one night – so generous, sensitive and insatiable. Not Louise’s cup of tea at all.
Episode Nine: DUMP
Jonny takes Donna to the dump in search of thrifty second-hand gifts. They bring home some truly disgusting items. Janet is delighted to find amongst the foul-smelling boxes some valuable signed programmes from the 1950 Cup Final, worth enough to finance as many wedding presents as her heart could desire.
Episode Ten: SCHLUBALLYBUB
Gaz and Donna have a serious row. Gaz has a sensitive problem in the bottom area and jumps to the conclusion that Donna has given him warts. She hasn’t – it’s only piles, for goodness sake – but by then Donna has already moved out in protest at being called a “rancid vessel”.