Sky Arts is to broadcast another season of short comedy episodes.
The seven specials - each themed around a summertime misadventure - will be available on demand to Sky customers from the 28th June, before being broadcast on TV via Sky Arts in July.
The shows are...
Described as a "superbly silly romp", their short is set in the Wild West and follows wannabe outlaws Brian and Gulch as they attempt to become the cowboys and heroes they were never destined to be. Their aim is to "win the heart of the local saloon's oddly distinctive prostitute."
A mother and daughter plan to spend the day at the Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's biggest summer street party. However, their plans go awry when they don't quite make it to their destination.
Subtitled Pacino and Bert, the short observes a series of encounters between a tongue-tied dog walker and the woman of his dreams. Could she be 'the one'? He might find out, if only he can keep up with his dog, and his brain can keep up with his mouth...
The episode observes Alison and Anne Gatehouse, a mother and daughter who are members of the Grey Dogs Morris dancing troupe. The group travel the countryside performing at fetes and events in the competitive world of rural dance.
It's set on a hot day in Margate and sees a heavily pregnant Trish gather her friends and three sisters for her baby shower. As the heat rises during party games, so do tempers as a family secret is revealed.
A comedy by stand-up comedian Ahir Shah. It focuses on Viraj, a man who is bringing his girlfriend to meet his grandmother for the first time. Set around a big family lunch at his grandmother's, Viraj has some other big news to share.
Old school friends Alex and Becca are 27 and while Alex is desperate to recreate the excitement of the debauched holidays of their teenage years, Becca isn't so keen. Soon drink, drama and the strain of actually having to become adults takes its toll.