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Series 2 - Episode 1
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Series two of Jack Whitehall’s sitcom kicks off with that most excruciating of school rituals: the swimming gala. Naturally, the teachers are far more competitive than the pupils and place hefty bets.
Sporting a new bowl haircut that will also bring back ugly memories for some viewers, Whitehall’s character sets about bribing his class into the pool but is thwarted by a lifeguard even meaner than the deputy head.
Michelle Gomez plays the latter with gleeful menace, while Mathew Horne returns as the highly inappropriate, equally frightfully coiffed headmaster. Prepare for lewd gags and the eye-watering sight of Whitehall in nothing but Y-fronts.
Headmaster Mr Fraser decides to end the annual swimming gala with a synchronised diving competition. Alfie bribes his class into taking part with the promise of a trip to a popular eaterie after the event, and is shocked to find out his relationship with Miss Gulliver is not what he thought. Starring Jack Whitehall, Mathew Horne and Sarah Solemani.
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