Series 2, Episode 1 - Kevin Rugby
When her doctor tells her she is dangerously unfit, Hannah begrudgingly starts to eat healthily and heads to the gym. There she meets Lucy, who introduces her to the world of women's rugby.
Finally, Hannah has found a sport that suits her: in one training session she gets out 24 years of aggression. However, she is soon to meet her nemesis; the team captain, Jenny, who also happens to be Lucy's ex. If she wants to join the team, she'll have to pass the gruelling initiation - but Jenny is not going to make that easy for her...
Meanwhile, Dan has managed to get himself a cleaning job at Hannah's office. There he befriends Kevin, who is sleeping under his desk after separating from his wife. Dan takes it upon himself to turn Kevin's life around, with inevitably dangerous results...
- Monday 4th January 2016
- BBC Three
- 30 minutes
Show past repeats
|Tuesday 5th January 2016||12:30am||BBC3|
|Wednesday 6th January 2016||1:00am||BBC3|
|Thursday 7th January 2016||1:45am||BBC3|
|Thursday 7th January 2016||3:30am||BBC3|
|Friday 8th January 2016||12:30am||BBC3|
|Saturday 9th January 2016||1:05am||BBC3|
|Monday 11th January 2016||1:05am||BBC3|
|Monday 15th February 2016||2:00am||BBC3|
Cast & crew
|Matthew Steer||Kevin (Hannah's Colleague)|
|Kim Wall||Dr. Jacerby|
|Lucy Phelps||Lucy (Hannah's New Friend)|
|Charlie Covell||Jenny (Team Captain)|
|Gabby Best||Lorraine (Kevin's Wife)|
|Daran Johnson||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Joe Parham||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Lucien Young||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Simon Wilson||Executive Producer|
|Damon Beesley||Executive Producer|
|Miranda Jones||Production Designer|
When it's good, this simple-seeming sitcom about brother-and-sister flatmates is very good. The best laughs come from Charlotte Ritchie as Hannah, an amoral, arrogant, self-centred cow who, in spite or because of those qualities, you could happily watch all day long.
The way Hannah blithely takes a pulled pork sandwich into a doctor's appointment or praises her own good looks ("Look at me - I'm a solid nine, nine and a half") is both horrifying and endearing. She shares a flat with her layabout of a brother Dan (Tom Stourton), who is so impressed by the news that employees at Hannah's workplace get free birthday cake, he takes a job as the world's most annoying office cleaner ("Pretend I'm not here").David Butcher, Radio Times, 4th January 2016