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Sitcom about a bunch of middle-class adolescent lads. Welcome to a world of futile crushes, sibling brawls, getting drunk too quickly and casting constant aspersions about your friends' sexuality...
The series starts with Will (the main character) on his first day at a new school. Previously Will attended a prestigious, fee-paying school but due to his mother's financial problems, has been relocated to a state school. The experiences of his first day include being bullied by fellow students and unknowingly insulting his head of sixth form, Mr Gilbert. Later on in the episode, he meets the three other main characters: Simon, Jay and Neil. After hearing about a student gathering organised for later that evening at a local pub, Will decides to join them. Trying to impress the trio, the underage Will attempts to illegally buy alcohol, but fails to convince the bartender that he is old enough. When he vents his frustration and reveals that all the patrons are in fact underage, they are all thrown out, for which Will's new classmates take a big disliking to him. This also ignites the rivalry between him and school psychopath Mark Donovan.
This episode follows the boys' day as theybunk offschool. The episode starts with Will and Simon meeting up and lying to Mr. Gilbert that they're both ill withfood poisoning. After this they meet up with Jay and Neil, and Will dresses up in Neil's dad's clothes to look older. After this, they head back to Neil's house and all get very drunk. To their surprise, Neil's dad comes home earlier than expected but Will, who is incredibly drunk, mocks Neil's dad over his alleged homosexuality, and resulting in Will calling Kevin a bumder, aportmanteauof bumboy and bender. Kevin gets angry at this remark so the boys make a quick escape, leaving Neil behind to take his punishment. Simon then, albeit drunkenly, realises he loves Carli D'Amato and is eager to tell her. They go round to Carli's house and he sprays "I love Carly D'Amato" (sic) on her driveway with spray paint, only to be embarrassed when Carli and her friends show up. However, Carli is somewhat impressed (after noticing Jay sniggering at Simon) and invites Simon over to her house. Simon, wondering how he got away with the spray painting, is told by Jay that Carli was obviously impressed that he was drunk and suggests Simon be drunk when he goes to Carli's house that evening. Simon takes Jay's advice and turns up drunk with Will, only to end up throwing up in Carli's kitchen and again on her little brother, Chris, after Will inadvertently convinces Chris that his parents have been killed. Simon and Will leave, only to go home and discover their parents (including Neil's dad Kevin) at Will's house, demanding an explanation for why they skived school, the day having ended being a total disaster. The episode ends the next day at school, with Simon and Will being taken to the headteacher's office as Mr. Gilbert says to them that impersonating their parents over the telephone is fraud and Neil and Jay get away unpunished.
Simon is about to take his driving test, but doesn't feel confident that he will pass first time, whereas Will, Jay and Neil are over-optimistically discussing the possibilities of one of the group owning a car. Before Simon even sits his test, they have already decided to go to Thorpe Park– where Neil works as a mascot. During Simon's driving test he is examined by a female examiner who tries to put him at ease with the use of sexual connotations; Simon is submissive to her advances and passes his driving test. His dad buys him an old yellow Fiat Cinque cento Hawaii as a present, (to his dislike and embarrassment) exacerbated by taunts from his friends. Simon then goes to collect Will and Jay to take them to Thorpe Park. After the journey – which includes "stalking" a car full of girls and interfering in a funeral procession– the boys finally arrive at Thorpe Park; although things do not go to plan there either. Jay detaches the front passenger door when he impatiently opens it whilst Simon is still reversing, and Will finally gets to the front of the queue for Nemesis Inferno, only to find there is only space for him and not his friends. He insults whoever has pushed in, denouncing them as "arseholes", before sitting down next to them to see they are from the "Happy Foundation", a charity for people with Down syndrome. After the ride they return to the car which is covered with food, and has had the windows and doors smashed in by the Happy Foundation.
The boys end up at a dull Friday night house party and amazingly, Will ends up pulling Charlotte "Big Jugs" Hinchcliffe. They get into some heavy petting, but the experience is short-lived as Charlotte's psychopathic ex-boyfriend Mark Donovan shows up. The next day, Will lies to Charlotte about how many girls he has had sex with, and she suggests they meet up again for more than just a kiss. Will goes to the rest of the boys and tells them about this, but Simon tells Will that Charlotte is obviously just using him to get back at Mark – leading to Will storming off. On Friday, Will and Charlotte engage in "intercourse", with the latter being let down by the experience. After Neil wins an unwanted date with Susie at the school's charity Blind Date, Will is then dumped in front of the school when Charlotte takes part in the event in an effort to find a boy "who knows what he's doing". In a sub-plot, Jay gets teased by the rest of the boys for having a friend outside of the group and even a special goodbye of two thumbs up, leading up to him finding his friend's car and jumping up and down on the bonnet, screaming that he's not his friend, whilst Neil and Simon watch in shock.
Jay invites the rest of the group to visit the Caravan Club which his own family are members of. Will, Simon and Neil arrive and their experience does not get off to a good start – as the boys are eating dinner in the Cartwrights' caravan, Jay's dad goes to the toilet in a loud and unpleasant manner. Later, the boys head off to the main building at the complex for a party. Will is offered sex by a punk girl; but loses his chance when he decides to take his shoes off and slide across the hall floor like a child instead. After some flirty text exchanges, Simon tries his luck with a girl who Jay has claimed to have sex with; but when he leads her outside and takes his pants off, she is shocked and reveals she doesn't want to have sex, before running inside to tell her parents. Meanwhile, Will's shoes have been stolen by a group of eight-year-olds, and he takes to getting one of them into a headlock to retrieve them. The boys then head off – albeit without Neil, who cannot be found – before Simon can get in trouble for his earlier encounter with the girl. The following morning, the boys find Neil and he explains that he slept in Simon's car, which explains where he had disappeared to the previous night. However, it is only revealed on the Dual-carriageway on the journey home that Neil reveals that he spent the night with the punk girl, who rejected Will earlier, and had been performing fore play on each other in Simon's car – which should explain why the seats are so wet.
It's the end of Will's first term and he has been elected as chairman for the Christmas party committee – mostly due to the fact that he was the only one to apply. He also manages to force Simon, Jay and Neil into helping him. At the party, Simon attempts to impress Carli, but when he goes to declare his love to her – with all eyes at the party on him – he chickens out. Luckily, everyone is distracted from Simon making a fool of himself, when a drunk Neil attempts to kiss his Biology teacher Miss Timms. Donovan then appears and threatens Will after seeing him talking to – and kissing – Charlotte, but everyone at the party tells Donovan to leave Will alone, saying that "Briefcase" has organised a good party. Donovan sees Charlotte giving him a dirty look and goes after her, and Will attempts to make a thank you speech – only to be ignored by everyone as the party continues. The party ends and the boys reflect on their past term lying down on a trampoline in the school gym. Jay then appears and tells the boys he has just received a blow job in the DJ booth. He then admits the truth that it was only a hand job"outside of the trousers" and after a bit of gentle teasing, he dives on the rest of the boys and the boys end the term playfighting on the trampoline.
Simon Bird(William 'Will' McKenzie)
James Buckley(Jay Cartwright)
Blake Harrison(Neil Sutherland)
Joe Thomas(Simon Cooper)
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