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Series 2

Episode 2: Golden Aunt

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Three HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Three HD

Comedy about the worst brother and sister in the world. In series two, Dan meets his semi-criminal Aunt Leslie, reignites romance with his now-pregnant old flame Holly and tries to prove his worth to his businessman dad Gregg. Hannah gets addicted to women's rugby, does a terrible job looking after an eight-year-old and has an unforgettable role in a cool music video.

Perpetually jobless Dan is in debt to his mother Marion - after all, she pays the allowance that enables him to spend time writing his graphic novel Wolf Cops. That means that Dan is Marion's dance partner at her local salsa class, a role he begrudgingly accepts. He's got two left feet and is constantly weirded out by fellow dancer Ralph who seems to have an unhealthy interest in his own mother. But when Marion's sister, troublemaker Leslie, turns up unannounced, Dan decides to rebel. Aunt Leslie teaches him that you can take whatever you want from society and never have to give anything back, which Dan loves. Yet when Leslie decides to enact revenge on an old boyfriend, Dan quickly realises he is in way out of his depth.

Meanwhile, Hannah is dreading heading in to work for the annual audit. However, criminal activity in the office above means that all staff get the week off while police investigate. Excited, she heads home, where she ends up becoming the owner of six free pizzas. As more unexpectedly good things start to come her way, Hannah becomes convinced she's having a golden week - an uninterrupted week of lucky breaks. When the opportunity to appear in a music video with her favourite R&B star appears, Hannah begins to believe she's invincible. Show less

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