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Award-winning sitcom. David Mitchell and Robert Webb play two dysfunctional flatmates who reveal all their inner thoughts - whether dark, stupid or embarrassing. Or, occasionally, all three...
Series 8 Summary
Mark and Jeremy are back for a new series. Life is looking up for Mark who has asked Dobby to move in with him, but first Jeremy has to move out...
Episode 1 - Jeremy Therapised
Mark has asked Dobby to move in with him, and Jeremy is faced with the prospect of moving out to make way. But Jeremy has been dragging his heels and Mark is increasingly worried that Dobby will move in with his rival Gerrard instead.
Episode 2 - Business Secrets of the Pharaohs
Mark gets a lucky break when his book, 'Business Secrets of the Pharaohs', is accepted by a 'publisher'. Jeremy, in an attempt to kick-start his career, enrols on a life-coaching course.
Episode 3 - The Love Bunker
Simon, Dobby's ex-boyfriend, invites Mark, Dobby, Jeremy and Super Hans to join him and his friends for a paintballing weekend.
Mark is convinced that Simon is using the weekend as a cover to get back with Dobby, and Jeremy is convinced he can life coach Neil, Simon's best friend.
Episode 4 - Big Mad Andy
Mark employs a decorator, Andy played by Liam Noble, to repaint the kitchen, and Jeremy helps out by giving him free 'life-coaching' advice.
Meanwhile, Mark enrols on a business studies evening course and meets Stephanie played by Josephine Butler, an attractive older woman.
Episode 5 - Chairman Mark
Jeremy, desperate to find somewhere else to live, sparks up an old relationship with Mark's sister Sara, and moves in with her and her five-year-old son, Joshy.
Mark, meanwhile, in an attempt to deal with a damp patch on his bedroom wall, launches a campaign to be elected chairman of the freehold committee of Apollo House.
Episode 6 - Quantocking II
Dobby is offered a job in New York. While she's still on the horns of a dilemma Mark - who thinks she's lying - suggests they spend a weekend in the country - the perfect time, as far as Jeremy is concerned, to get a few things off his chest.
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