Wasted Synopsis (with video clip)

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Combine a gang of four twenty-something wasters, one West Country village and Sean Bean and you’ve got Wasted. E4’s hilarious new comedy series, (6x30’), from triple BAFTA Award winning writing team James Lamont and Jon Foster (Cuckoo, Paddington, Amazing World of Gumball.) Lovable fantasy fanatic Morpheus, (Danny Kirrane- Trollied), manages a bong shop, (Stoned Henge) with his neurotic sister Sarah (Rose Reynolds-The World’s End). His secret crush is their mate Alison (Gwyneth Keyworth- Game of Thrones), the quirky girl who runs a tattoo business out the back of the shop, and his cocky best friend Kent (Dylan Edwards-The Job Lot) sleeps on the sofa, rent free. Together they’ve been living in each other’s pockets since school and aren’t moving anywhere fast. But Morpheus is a dreamer, and his dreams take the form of his hero Sean Bean (Game of Thrones), who appears in full medieval garb, as Morpheus' personal spirit guide, to help him navigate the rough seas of wasting your twenties…

Episode 1: Nineties Pills

Kent returns to Neston Berry after failing at being a DJ. Sarah and Alison hear a legend about a mythical stash of nineties pills buried in a field. Morpheus meets his spirit guide.

Episode 2: The Odyssey

After a night out in Bath, Morpheus leads the gang on an eight mile quest back to Neston Berry. Sarah goes through seven stages of drunk and Kent tries to pull a girl from the club.

Episode 3: The Other Pub

When Alison breaks up with the Holy Man the gang decide to get her wasted. But after Morpheus gets them thrown out of their local they are forced to try...’The Other Pub’ – where they bump into a familiar face from school. Morpheus is convinced that it’s the right time to show Alison how he much she really means to him but can Sean Bean convince him otherwise?

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The 6x30' comedy was ordered by Channel 4 Head of Comedy, Phil Clarke and Commissioning Editor for Comedy, Liz Lewin. Made by Angel Eye Media, the Executive Producers are John O'Callaghan and Richard Osborne. Produced by Phil Bowker (PhoneShop, Pulling) and Directed by Tom Marshall (Chewing Gum, Drifters).

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