First broadcast: Thursday 10th July 2008
A second series of saucy humour and a no-nonsense attitude from Karen Taylor. Characters back with vengeance include school mistress Miss Harper, fresh from a 12-week stint in the nonce wing of an all-female prison; the 'hetero-flexible' lipstick lesbians Kaz and Jen; and the hormonally-charged superhero Pre-Menstrual Girl. Also back are Cash Cow, the 5 pound-a-minute late-night phone-in quiz and the WAG-styled current affairs show Glamorama.
First broadcast: Thursday 17th July 2008
This week Miss Harper demonstrates the school's six-inch policy on male-female contact. Other sketches included Pre Menstrual Girl, who comes to the rescue, and the Glamorama team, who look at Attention Deficit Disorder - 'the new made-up disease for children of all ages'.
Meanwhile this week Karen traces her family tree for TV documentary Who The Hell Are You?
First broadcast: Thursday 24th July 2008
Karen Taylor tells it like it is this week, featuring The TAO Of Taylor, straight-talking advice for women the world over, and VDTV, where Valerie Denton takes a look at anti-ageing creams.
Tonight's edition of Glamorama takes a 'like really, really serious, yeah?' look at the role of women in politics. Karen's weekly challenge also sees her follow in the footsteps of one of the greatest writers of all time - Madonna.
First broadcast: Thursday 31st July 2008
Valerie Denton shows viewers how to create inner cleanliness for under 50 quid with a DIY colonic. 'Faux-mos' Kaz and Jen turn up the heat as the boys prepare for a stag do. Joanna Smithson invites the cameras in to celebrate her and baby's first anniversary and Glamorama urges 'less fatness, more hotness' when it asks some big questions.
First broadcast: Thursday 7th August 2008
Tonight, Miss Harper has a rival in the form of new art teacher, Miss Smith; Joanna welcomes her sister and her family to Smithson towers; whilst lipstick lesbians Karen and Jen find out first-hand that their relationship does nothing for Dave and Gaz. Karen also unleashes her 'inner-thesp', as she tries her hand at theatre.