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Seasons: 4
Episodes: 28
User ratings: 39,955
Average rating: 8.6

Comedy, Romance

Six best friends talk about all aspects of sex and relationships on their never-ending quest to find true love.

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Steve Taylor is a charming, efficient man, but can't handle women well, being affected by fears which are only aggravated when he talks with his best mate Jeff, who always manages to say and do the wrong thing and worse...
User ratings: 530
Average rating: 8.4
Size Matters
Steve and Susan arrange a date at Susan's which she impulsively decides to cater. Jeff shares his deranged insights on foreplay comparing it to the old horror movie "The Blob" and explains how to avoid becoming a naked man in socks. Sally learns the meaning of Patrick's nickname 'the donkey' and pursues Patrick despite their diametrical political views.
User ratings: 474
Average rating: 8.6
Sex, Death & Nudity
Jane's aunt dies, and everyone's going to the funeral ... but whose date is whose? The event has Sally worrying that her anti-aging beauty regime may never be enough. This episode also features Jeff's infamous (and illustrated) theory of the "giggle loop."
User ratings: 475
Average rating: 8.8
Steve consults Patrick and Jeff about the dangers now his lover Susan has cleaned in his apartment too thoroughly and found his 'hot' Inferno tape, that is 'Lesbian Spank Inferno', while Susan and her friends take that as a symptom of male sex-obsession, and discuss the Pavlov-effect on them of conversational pauses. Jane manages to drag her unwilling therapist Jill to a dinner party with the six friends, continuing her absurd abuse of the term vegetarian. Soon Jill thinks Patrick is guy, Steve that Jill is gay. Susan slowly betrays she found and even watched the porn movie, but Steve bravely claims it's not porn but an erotic 'real movie', so he sweats profusely explaining the 'adult but serious' plot, until something snaps...
User ratings: 522
Average rating: 9.1
The Girl with Two Breasts
Jeff meets and tries to "chat up" an Israeli girl who doesn't speak English. Meanwhile, Steve and Patrick are inspired to thoughts of a science fiction movie featuring intelligent breasts -- but what will they call it?
User ratings: 603
Average rating: 9.1
The Cupboard of Patrick's Love
Patrick's video collection, including the tape of Susan, is discovered. Before she can ask for Patrick's discretion, he's already shown it to Steve, Jeff and Sally who haven't even noticed that Patrick taped over her.
User ratings: 420
Average rating: 8.7
The Man with Two Legs
Jeff is smitten with a woman he's seen on the train. Well, actually, just with her leg as that's all he's seen of her.
User ratings: 544
Average rating: 9.1
My Dinner in Hell
Susan's sexually frank parents are coming to dinner, and Steve's worried. Seeing a nature TV show with Susan that talks about the need for the male of the species to continue to "enjoy" himself doesn't exactly help. Patrick and Jeff become obsessed with, shall we say, publicity rights. Meanwhile, Jane has discovered a talent for identifying people's ideal celebrity friend just by looking at them, and she has a surefire technique for meeting and befriending those celebrities. TV news presenter Mariella Frostrup stars as herself ... though her cellphone seems to be having an identity crisis.
User ratings: 392
Average rating: 8.5
Her Best Friend's Bottom
Steve accidentally sees Sally naked!
User ratings: 395
Average rating: 8.6
The Melty Man Cometh
Sally and Patrick both try to deal with the fact Patrick had some trouble performing "in the sack".
User ratings: 375
Average rating: 8.3
Jane and the Truth Snake
After getting herself fired from her radio job as a traffic reporter, Jane invents a sock puppet named Jake the Snake in preparation to launch a career in children's TV. Jake's honesty, though, could cost Jane her friends. Back at the bar, Patrick has an ingenious plan to dump his girlfriend for rejecting any hope of a threesome, a plan which backfires when she arrives in mid-phone call with the news she's changed her mind.
User ratings: 374
Average rating: 8.3
The ultimate "ticking time bomb" lands on everyone's door: a wedding invitation. Now Steve must answer the ultimate question: Do you have a future, or are you getting married?
User ratings: 364
Average rating: 8.4
Patrick needs a pretend-wife to show off to a colleague while Jane has a dinner date. Only problem: She is a tad underdressed.
User ratings: 379
Average rating: 8.6
Jeff meets co-worker Julia and is interesting in going out with her as she is with him. Jeff explains his ineptitude to Steve and Patrick at asking women out. Elsewhere, Julia explains her ineptitude at being asked out to Susan, Jane, and Sally. Neither the guys nor the girls are aware of who the love interest is.
User ratings: 479
Average rating: 9.2
The End of the Line
A bit of sexy role playing creates havoc between the friends: who is the sexy Frenchwoman Giselle and the studly Australian Dick Darlington?
User ratings: 450
Average rating: 9.2
Now Steve and Susan have broken up, he has nightmares, willing to give up a lot and beg to get her back. The boys try to comfort him and contemplate weird paths of thought about phoning, sex and lust. Susan won't even admit it to herself but she is just as miserable. Sally nearly convinced Susan to call him, but that doesn't work out. Steve got Jeff to call in his place to see if Susan called him, but the idiot doesn't use his cellphone. In times of despair, each group turns to its temple: the boys to a strip-club, where Jeff remembers pole-dancer Jenny Turbot as a former schoolmate, for drinks and fun; the girls to a beauty parlor, to bag on man- and realize life is even worse without them. Back home drunk after midnight, Steve calls Susan.
User ratings: 364
Average rating: 8.6
Jeffs tells his mates he fears that he has caused irreparable disaster just by saying 'Hi' to office colleague Wilma Lettings. Her desk gave her the best view on his posterior during a photocopying disaster. This leads to a date with her, although her boyfriend is in Australia and Julia forbids co-workers to know about them. Jane explains 'how well' she addressed the religious program presenter James, whose sexy presence makes her substitute 'penis' for 'car'. She went to his Bible group, posing as a fellow Christian, only in her ruthlessly atheist, rude, promiscuous and violent way. Jeff's dangerous date is coached by cellphone with two female 'feelings translators', but Julia grabs his.
User ratings: 342
Average rating: 8.6
Unconditional Sex
Jeff's date with Wilma is coached by helpful cues from the friends by phone, but he still make up absurd lies.
User ratings: 368
Average rating: 8.9
Remember This
Sally's dream causes her to wonder about Patrick's role in her life. After recounting the night they met, Patrick and Sally face an uncomfortable truth.
User ratings: 353
Average rating: 8.8
The Freckle, the Key and the Couple Who Weren't
After a row about Susan's thoughtless inability to tell Steve whether his butt had an old mole or fresh freckles, they join the friends in the pub. Jeff arrives, oblivious he's wearing an SM mask, as Steve drags out of him from playing 'Spankman' with Julia, desperate for advice about the use of laxatives to recuperate jewelry swallowed from his irresistibly naked girlfriend. Back in her apartment, where she's handcuffed and Jeff still clue- and key-less, they freak at a knock she fears to be her parents. It's worse: her military ex Joe. Jane reveals more ways to be utterly out of touch with the world, especially her patient boy-friend, who later announces he must spend some months in Germany as radio-maker. James and Susan discover they knew each-other as wild Oxford students.
User ratings: 325
Average rating: 8.5
The Girl with One Heart
When Steve tells that Susan redecorated his bathroom, without a lock, Jeff considers this problem #1: a women-made hell where no man can ever de-clench again. Sally is toxic jealous when told Patrick, whom she hypocritically told to go for an open relationship, has a girlfriend, Jennifer- he believed to simplify matters by telling her Sally is a lesbian. Jane is madly in love, at first at sight, of a studly pizza delivery man. At a dinner, all the friends and their present significant others meet, in various rooms, ways and moods, never comfortably. Steve sings the praise of the toilet as modern man's version of a cave of last retreat in face of absurd female interests such as potpourri.
User ratings: 355
Average rating: 8.8
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
The girls make a shocking discovery.
User ratings: 366
Average rating: 9.0
9½ Minutes
After a trip to a dating agency, Jane has a blind date with a guy called Oliver. Meanwhile, Patrick and Sally face the first problem in their relationship, and Susan attempts to talk to Steve about the imminent birth of their child.
User ratings: 311
Average rating: 8.1
The friends become entangled in a seemingly endless phone call as pregnant Susan looks for assurance of sexiness, Sally looks for the meaning of her new relationship with Patrick, and Jane looks for a way to hide now that she's in the wrong ex's apartment.
User ratings: 299
Average rating: 8.1
Bed Time
In reality and fantasy, Sally and Patrick match wits as he seeks to spend the night at home and she looks to entice him to stay over ... again. Oliver accompanies Jane to Sally's dinner party, which features an unexpected musical entertainment.
User ratings: 287
Average rating: 7.6
Circus of the Epidurals
Susan takes Sally to prenatal class to be her back-up in case Steve can't cope. Steve finds himself haunted by the ghost of spanking lesbians past and Jane tries to "out-keen" Oliver.
User ratings: 285
Average rating: 7.6
The Naked Living Room
Is it possible that lifetime loser-in-love Oliver is a good fit for lifetime loser-in-love Jane? Can a man win the heart of a woman when his apartment is "unedited"? What happens to a living room that has lost its battle with magazine nudity?
User ratings: 273
Average rating: 7.8
9½ Months
Susan is in labor, and Steve is now remembering the events of that night. Patrick and Sally are having problems with Patrick's previous relationship with Jane. As well as Oliver is desperate for a night with Jane but is soon interrupted by Steve and Susan.
User ratings: 314
Average rating: 8.1
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