When you've spent your loan in another continent and returned home to become your parents' worst nightmare, your name is the only thing that's true on your CV and you'll do way too much to get a free drink, that's when you know you're a Drifter.
Meg (Jessica Knappett) is 24 and she's on her second gap year. In Leeds. She would be getting herself a ‘cool arty media-y job' but life seems to be getting in the way a bit. She hasn't had sex in twelve months, her ex won't leave her alone and her work uniform is a mobile phone. Her two best mates, Bunny (Lydia Rose Bewley) and Laura (Lauren O'Rourke) are going through a similar quarter life crisis. Posh daydreamer Bunny is a ‘born entertainer' struggling to come to terms with the mere idea of work as she waits for her call to ‘showbiz'. No nonsense Northerner Laura is on the lookout for a quick fix, to ‘win the lottery or have a bad accident and get a compensation payout.' For these girls, things aren't quite going as planned at work [flyering], at home [Mum and Dad's] and in the bedroom [walk in wardrobe]. It's a good job they're all in this together.
• Audio Commentaries on three episodes with Jessica Knappett (Writer/Meg), Lydia Rose Bewley (Bunny) and Lauren O'Rourke (Laura)
• Behind the Scenes Video Diaries
• Out Takes Deleted Scenes