Josh goes on a date with Lily, an old classmate who used to be the 'hottest girl in school'. Lily seems curiously attracted to Josh's inadequacies, but will he be able to seal the deal or will her over-protective father get in the way of true lust? Kate's mum comes to stay and finds herself the object of Geoff's affections, but will Owen turn out to be the one she really wants in the weirdest love triangle ever?
Josh gets invited to the event of the summer. The only trouble is that it's a pool party and he can't swim. But can Geoff teach him in time? After a date with Owen's friend, Kate receives an unflattering critique of her kissing technique.
Josh and Owen have tickets to the darts, but can't afford to get drunk in preparation - which is a bit like going to war without a gun, only more dangerous. Fortunately, Owen's cousin is getting married, so they head to the wedding in anticipation of some free afternoon drinking. What could possibly go wrong? Meanwhile, while waiting for a new phone to be delivered, Kate struggles to entertain herself in the flat. Just how mad can one woman go in twelve lonely hours?
Geoff watches Josh perform an unsuccessful stand-up gig and decides to take it upon himself to help Josh's career. Which means only one thing - a trip to Clacton and an on-stage performance with the Chuckle Brothers. Can Josh cheat Geoff and avoid this humiliating fate? Meanwhile in Clacton, Kate and Owen put their competitive personalities to one side in order to try and win a cuddly toy that just so happens to look like a certain curly-haired Devonian.
It's Josh's birthday, so Kate and Owen decide to organise him a fancy dress party. Josh is not keen, but relents in the hope that it might give him a chance with Lucy who lives upstairs. Meanwhile, Kate meets her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend Cath who is obsessed with youtube videos and will not be deterred by either lack of interest or buffering. And, inevitably, Geoff pops by the party wearing a suitably impractical costume.
Josh is dumped by his girlfriend so Owen takes him on a double date with a couple of voracious cougars. Meanwhile, an email mix-up leads to Kate breaking Geoff's heart.
Josh, Owen and Kate head to the local curry house and bump into some old acquaintances from university. As the night progresses, rumour and intrigue come to the fore and the trio discover that some secrets are best left unrevealed.
It is the proudest day for Josh's football team, Plymouth Argyle - they have reached the Football League Trophy Area Final Southern Section. Unfortunately, Owen's cousin is hogging the TV with his N64. Meanwhile, Kate helps her mum dump her new boyfriend.
After an unsuccessful gig, Josh is surprised to be asked out by a very beautiful audience member. What's the catch? Josh, Kate and Owen endeavour to find out. Meanwhile, landlord Geoff faces money problems and introduces Kate to the dizzying world of building management politics.
It is time for Josh's biannual drink with Pete, aka the depressed potato, aka the most boring friend in Britain. Unfortunately for Josh, this drink ends up leading to a longer-term commitment. Kate's friend Sophie comes to stay and reveals herself to be an incorrigible pranker.
Sitcom about flatmates Josh, Kate and Owen, and their annoying landlord Geoff. At a university reunion party, Josh bumps into Abby, a therapist who has spent the last ten years convinced that Josh is infatuated with her. Can he prove to her that he is not? Kate meets an old lecturer who offers her a great opportunity to get her photography career off the ground.