Amelia moves into a new apartment with her best friends, Vinny and Poppy. Wallace auditions to become their weird neighbour and a hipster genie causes beard-based havoc.
Amelia and Vinny search for a pet. Wallace and Poppy hold a funeral for a dead spider and the UK’s teachers are released from captivity.
Amelia and Wallace book a holiday to the Costa Del Generica. Poppy and Vinny venture to the Dull World theme park.
Amelia sets Vinny up on a series of strange dates. Wallace gets engaged to a cake.
Amelia encounters a passive-aggressive lift. Vinny and Poppy endure a treacherous journey to get their hands on a spoon.
Poppy becomes Amelia’s personal trainer, but they accidentally break the space-time continuum. Wallace falls victim to a sarcasm epidemic.
Amelia must act fast as Wallace becomes possessed by an evil toaster. Poppy and Vinny visit a ghost support group.
With nothing left in the fridge, Amelia and Poppy go cabbage hunting. Wallace thinks he has found the world's last dragon egg.
Realising they can't afford to live in the flat, everyone looks for jobs. Amelia reveals a harrowing past, and Poppy takes over the show.
Amelia and her friends hold the series wrap party in the flat. Poppy goes into organiser mode and Amelia has a gruesome incident with a pinata.
Amelia and her flatmates buy a super-smart TV which leads them into infinite parallel universes – with hilariously disastrous consequences.
Amelia is elected prime minister and immediately imposes a system of malevolent and despotic rule – with hilariously oppressive consequences.
To flesh out the characters’ backstories, Amelia insists we meet all their families – with hilariously harrowing consequences.
After Poppy eats everyone’s money, they must find a way to pay the rent. Contains scenes some viewers may find televisual.
It’s time for a non-seasonal Christmas special, but things go awry when Amelia and friends accidentally put Santa in a critical condition.
Someone is sabotaging this episode for their own personal gain. Amelia must find out who before the whole show goes down the televisual toilet – and several bidets.
The show’s extras have become zombies and want to take over the programme. Can Amelia and friends save the world within an 18-minute episode duration?
In a distant, post-apocalyptic future, the cast reflect on the defining moments of The Amelia Gething Complex. Contains clips from previous episodes for budgetary reasons.