Reminded me a bit of Maria Bamford's cat crazy character on Tim and Eric. Except maybe less insane...or more insane. I can't tell. Kind of slightly reminds me of the relationship between Charlie and Mac's moms on It's Always Sunny In Philidelphia as well.
Whereabouts are you from? Are those your actual accents? I can't place them. Some kind of southern-ish area, or just regular garden variety hick? (I'm American also...but I'm kind of clueless about American things.)
Anyhow, I enjoyed the video. I think you've got something there. Not entirely sure what, but would be interested to see where you go with it.
I don't know if I have any real criticism to offer. I like the characters, and the writing and it's pretty smooth. The only thing that strikes me as slightly stale is the format. The reality TV/office-style/mockumentary thing with the has sort of been done to death by now, in my mind. Don't know how I would go about making that more novel, but maybe it doesn't need that. Are you a fan of Maria Bamford? Her show Lady Dynamite is one of the only recent US comedies that I really enjoyed, and it takes that eccentric rural crazy cat lady type thing you're kind of tapping into into some really hilarious and entertaining territory without making it a mockumentary. I don't know if that's helpful or insightful, or even makes sense. I'm sure you don't want to just try to make a show that already exists. But anyway!
Welcome, from a fellow wacky (although I hate that word) American lass who loves British comedy. Best of luck!