About the Show
A heart-warming comedy series centred on the fortunes of Martin Hurdle, an everyday maintenance man with an uncanny ability to mimic voices
Series 2 Summary
The bittersweet comedy about Martin Hurdle, played by Terry Mynott, a talented impressionist who is stuck in a rut, returns for a second six-part series
The bittersweet comedy about Martin Hurdle (Terry Mynott) returns. Work is becoming hard to find, so Martin appoints a new agent and his first gig is set to raise his impressionist profile.
Jean sets Martin up on a blind date with Harriet, her assertive body-language expert friend from Zumba. Meanwhile, Neil is convinced his elevated oestrogen level is the reason Jean dumped him...
Martin gets himself a new job in site maintenance, but Harriet has grander ideas for his career and sets up a meeting with an agent to the stars. Neil's paranoia leads him to seek out a psychoanalyst.
Keen to create a family for Steven, Martin proposes to Harriet. But when she informs him he'll have to convert to Judaism and get circumcised, he has some serious thinking to do.
Martin's impression-based stand-up gets bad reviews. With the wedding drawing near, Harriet's turned into Bridezilla.
The series finale, a big emotional roller coaster of a day when Harriet and Martin are due to tie the knot. With trouble brewing in paradise, Jean finds it hard to conceal her feelings toward Martin.
The Mimic synopsis
A heart-warming comedy series centred on the fortunes of Martin Hurdle, an everyday maintenance man with an uncanny ability to mimic voicesEpisode Guide >