In the face of Sugar's keen interest in men, Kim tries to deny her sexual obsession and decides she must lose her virginity to a bloke. How does she know she's gay if she's never had sex?
Kim's determined to get even with her mother Stella after she interrupted her and Dale (the delicious decorator) in a very compromising position
While Kim's dysfunctional parents are out to dinner, Sugar comes over to hang out with Kim. Little does Sugar know what she's let herself in for...
Kim decides that the only way forward is to come clean to Sugar about her feelings. She arrives at Sugar's flat all set to bare her soul, but Sugar has a surprise of her own.
Kim is stuck in the middle and hating it. Her parents are arguing like crazy and using her as a go-between, and Sugar's got her translating for her French exchange student love interest.
When Kim finally admits to Sugar that Guillaume doesn't care for her, the pair head out for a vodka-fuelled night on the pull. But can Kim convince Sugar to give up on men?
Now that Sugar knows how Kim feels about her, Kim decides to face the music, but is surprised by Sugar's reaction
Kim attempts to liberate herself from her old Sugar-obsessed life. She joins a religious group that promises to eliminate all evidence of gaydom, but it's a lot harder than she imagined.
Kim has tried to make the best of things, but it's tough. At least she's finally over Sugar, and the arrival of Beth means things are starting to look up...
Just as she thought that she was over her hormone-surging, life-ruining obsession with Sugar, Kim gets a phone call. Sugar is screaming for help - but this time she's really in trouble...