Henning Wehn presents the original programme asking the questions that every prospective immigrant needs to know. Is it good to swear at work? Can you learn to banter?
Henning Wehn and his gang of first-generation immigrants explore caravans, rugby, lads' nights out and more. And is it possible to keep a Brit talking about the weather for most of an afternoon?
Henning reveals how not to fit in at work in Britain. Mark provides dating advice. Veronika ponders the British sense of humour. Kamil tries to make a friend. And Obosei samples breakfast in a can.
Henning's laugh exasperates an etiquette expert. Mark gets a dressing down at bingo. Obosei tries a pie in a tin. And Veronika investigates personal space; how close is too close?
Trish, Margot and Daphne visit Amsterdam to try marijuana for the first time. Bobby explores political correctness and race. And Laura June gets to grips with the semantics of modern swearing.
Bobby immerses himself in Soho's gay community and learns the difference between a bear and an otter. Trish, Daphne and Margot learn to play shoot 'em up video games. Helen attempts to bag a toy boy.
Laura June meets Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby. Winston goes online dating. Bernard convinces people that he was a founding member of the Jackson Five and the architect of Hadrian's Wall.