Fresh Meat. Image shows from L to R: Kingsley (Joe Thomas), Vod (Zawe Ashton), Josie (Kimberley Nixon), JP (Jack Whitehall), Howard (Greg McHugh), Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie). Copyright: Objective Productions / Lime Pictures.

Fresh Meat

Channel 4 comedy drama. 30 episodes (4 series), 2011 - 2016. Stars Jack Whitehall, Joe Thomas, Charlotte Ritchie, Kimberley Nixon, Zawe Ashton, Greg McHugh, Tony Gardner and others.

Series 3, Episode 5

Vod announces that her mum is coming to stay and, when she arrives, she is not what anybody expected.

Further details

Fresh Meat. Image shows from L to R: Chris (Juliet Cowan), Vod (Zawe Ashton). Copyright: Objective Productions / Lime Pictures.

There's much excitement in the house when Vod announces that her mum is coming to stay. Nobody can quite believe she's got a mum at all. But, she has and when she arrives she is not what anybody expected.

Josie and Kingsley announce a relationship amnesty which entails them both being honest about everything thus far in order to wipe the slate clean. However a little honesty goes a long way.

Meanwhile Howard has his mind blown by a book about feminism that Candice gave him and Oregon goes on a hunt to find the one good reviewer of her play.

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 2nd December 2013
Time
10pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
50 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Jack Whitehall JP
    Joe Thomas Kingsley
    Charlotte Ritchie Oregon
    Kimberley Nixon Josie
    Zawe Ashton Vod
    Greg McHugh Howard
    Tony Gardner Professor Shales
    Faye Marsay Candice
    Guest cast
    Jack Fox Ralph
    Jon Adamson Security Guard
    Marvin Brown Barman
    Juliet Cowan Chris (Vod's Mum)
    Writing team
    Penny Skinner (as Penelope Skinner) Writer
    Hannah Mackay Script Editor
    Production team
    Jamie Jay Johnson Director
    Rhonda Smith Producer
    Judy Counihan Executive Producer
    Andrew Newman Executive Producer
    Sam Bain Executive Producer
    Jesse Armstrong Executive Producer
    Charlie Fawcett Editor
    Tom Sayer Production Designer
    Christian Henson Composer

    Videos

    Don't Touch Her, Okay

    Vod's young, fit mum is coming to stay.

    Weapon Amnesty

    Josie and Kingsley hand in their weapons.

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