British Comedy Guide

You, Me & Them. Image shows from L to R: Ed Walker (Anthony Head), Lauren Grey (Eve Myles). Copyright: Hat Trick Productions.

You, Me & Them

Gold sitcom about a couple and their troublesome families. 12 episodes (2 series), 2013 - 2015. Stars Eve Myles, Anthony Head, Susie Blake, Jeff Rawle and others.

You, Me & Them. Image shows from L to R: Charlie Mason (Miller Henderson), Ellie Mason (Alice Felgate), Keith Mason (Marcus Garvey), Debs Mason (Daisy Beaumont), Lydia Walker (Lindsay Duncan), Ed Walker (Anthony Head), Lauren Grey (Eve Myles), Alan Walker (Nigel Betts), Clive Grey (Jeff Rawle), Emma Grey (Susie Blake), Tim Walker (Joshua McGuire). Copyright: Hat Trick Productions.

You, Me & Them

Comedy about a couple with an age gap of more than 20 years between them

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2013 - 2015
Channel
Gold
Episodes
12   (2 series)
Creator
Steve Turner
Starring
Eve Myles, Anthony Head, Susie Blake, Jeff Rawle, Daisy Beaumont, Marcus Garvey, Alice Felgate, Miller Henderson and others
Writers
Steve Turner and Jonathan Harvey
Directors
Simon Hynd and Ben Fuller
Producer
Angela Sinden

You, Me & Them tells the story of Lauren and Ed who are madly in love, despite their 26-year age gap.

The only problem is that Lauren's family and everyone around them seems to have an opinion on the subject.

Ed's ex-wife Lydia rents the house next door to the couple, Lauren's family are constantly meddling and Ed's friends think she's a trophy girlfriend.

Characters include Lauren's disapproving parents Emma and Clive; plus her sister Debs, who lives nearby with husband Keith and their two children Ellie and Charlie.

Lauren and Ed share their home with Ed's loveably hapless brother Alan whilst Ed's chancer grandson Tim never seems to be too far from his grandfather and his grandfather's wallet.

You can choose your partner but you can't choose your family.

Series 2: We rejoin Ed and Lauren among their still-interfering, still-hectic and still-quarrelsome families. As their relationship goes from strength to strength, so too does their ability to spin plates, keep the peace and smile in the face of adversity.

In this second series we see them confronted by Ed's romantic past, rendered homeless by Keith's 'home improvements' and they dislodge one semi-permanent member of the household to have them no sooner replaced by another. Over at the Mason's house, Keith and Debs are getting to grips with Ellie's growing independence and Charlie's growing curiosity of becoming an adult. Debs has to grapple with the unexpected idea that Keith's eye could have started wandering and Keith lands the Masons with some of the most unforgiving and fussy houseguests they could ever imagine. What's worse is that they're family.

Emma's past pays her a fleeting visit, upsetting the apple cart as it does so, and Clive flirts with new fangled technologies only to soon find himself in a spot of bother.

Production data

Use the menu bar above to access more pages.

Share this page