How are the Turners facing up to the reality of their destructive relationship with their girls? Will the Cooksleys stop mollycoddling their son? And can Nicola finally get a decent night's sleep?
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9/10. Living it up in the bars of Manchester, Graham's generous with the rounds of drinks, and always takes a taxi home. That, and an addiction to designer clothes, has earned him a debt totalling nearly £30k, a large part of which has come out of his mum's savings. Graham's now 27 and his mum's had enough of subsidising his hedonistic behaviour. Enter Jay Hunt , who explores some cheaper lifestyle alternatives, and Benjamin Fry , who digs deep into Graham's past to find out why he's milking his mother dry. New.
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