About the Show
Three British graduates blag jobs at an elite American summer camp. The guys want a summer of fun, but they have to set an example to the gorgeous teenage offspring of California's rich and powerful.
Series 1 Summary
This is a summer job that requires best friends, Flynn, A-Rab and Barry to be responsible and set an example as role models to their young charges.
But there's no way they're going to let the job spec get in the way of their single-minded pursuit of the ultimate summer.
Two months of hanging out, chasing girls and getting into mischief beckon for these boys, who are all set for time of their lives.
But things have a habit of not quite working out the way they expect. And no one mentioned that the kids they'd be looking after would be quite that annoying...
Flynn, A-Rab and Barry arrive at camp. A-Rab is packing a broken heart; Barry, a stash of weed; and Flynn, an insatiable desire to get laid as much possible.
Things appear to get off to a good start when Barry meets gorgeous lifeguard Kimberley, played by Natasha Loring, and A-Rab clicks with wholesome guidance counsellor Rachael, played by Kristen Gutoskie.
But threats to their summer of fun start to mount when they fall out with the jocks and the kids. And Flynn's raging libido lands them all in some very hot water.
Eventually an uneasy truce is formed, but a message from home reveals Flynn is hiding a secret.
It's July 4, the day America celebrates ridding itself of the tyranny of British rule, and the day Beaver Falls throws its annual Independence Day Pageant - and this year, it's Flynn in charge.
Throw in the arrival of Beaver Falls' most glamorous and infamous camper, Lily Meadows (just don't mention the sex tape!), and it's got 'diplomatic incident' written all over it.
Meanwhile, A-Rab must pluck up the courage to ask Rachael to the dance, while Barry finds the most unlikely of drug dealers, as the boys embrace life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
It's Parents' Day - a chance for the folks to visit their precious kids and for Bobby and Pam to tap them for donations.
Our boys might think this equals a day off, but when Rick Jnr's estranged father, golfing legend - and Barry's hero - Rick Traviata, played by Corey Johnson shows up, a reluctant Flynn finds himself in the middle of a family feud.
Meanwhile, A-Rab has girl trouble. He's struggling to manage the aftermath of his first one-night stand, while trying to handle Rachael and her first encounter with tequila.
It's the hottest, sweatiest day of the year and it feels like the whole of camp has got one thing on the brain: sex.
A-Rab, Rachael, Smallie - even Bobby - everyone seems to be getting some, apart from Barry, of course. Could this call for a change of tactics?
And just as things are finally working out for Rachael and A-Rab, a surprise visitor throws everyone into turmoil - Saima, the Ex.
The girl who broke A-Rab's heart has returned to get him back, but not if Barry and the Chunk Bunk have anything to do with it. Which only leaves Flynn to comfort a distraught Rachael...
Today love is causing problems all over camp. Kimberley realises the truth about Jake, Rachael is struggling to deal with the events of the previous week and Pam's indiscretions finally push Bobby over the edge.
When Bobby loses it, he really loses it, as the Brits and the Chunk Bunk find out when he sends them on the day trip from hell.
It's the last day of camp and everyone is thinking about the summer they've had, the home that awaits them and any unfinished business that needs attention.
Most of all, they're excited about the last night prom - even the dateless Chunk Bunk.
And with the secrets that have been lurking between the boys all summer threatening to spill out at any moment, it certainly promises to be a night to remember.
Beaver Falls synopsis
Three British graduates blag jobs at an elite American summer camp. The guys want a summer of fun, but they have to set an example to the gorgeous teenage offspring of California's rich and powerful.Episode Guide >