“Happily plays with subjects most comedies wouldn't touch with those giant scientist gloves that go all the way up the arms. Hysterically funny and often heartbreaking.” Graham Linehan
“… it has the cojones to go where other comedy doesn't dare, a darkness and a genuine belly-laugh funniness. It's the funniest thing on telly at the moment by a mile.” The Guardian
When Donna dumps her boring fiancé and moves in with her best friends--Karen, a shag-anything, binge-drinking, primary-school teacher and sex-starved, dreamer Louise--she gears herself up for a full-on single life. But is she ready for this brave new world of serious alcohol consumption, outlandish sexual entanglements and blind confusion?
“… features some of the rudest, truest, cruellest and most unremittingly funny lines ever.” The Observer