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My Mad Fat Diary
E3 of 7
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Series 2 - Episode 3
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Rae crosses over to the dark side this week, ingratiating herself with college Queen Bee Stacey and her subservient posse. It’s a welcome relief from her loneliness, but acceptance into the sanctum comes at a price; Rae must wear designer clothes, swap rock albums for the Backstreet Boys (it is 1996 after all) and poke fun at the school “losers”.
“I’m a phoney,” confesses an angsty voiceover as cartoon ink scrawls the words “Who are you kidding?” across the screen. Frank, affecting and superbly acted.
Rae considers going to extreme lengths to fit in with the cool crowd at college after realising that making new friends is a tough task without ex-boyfriend Finn. On top of this, she is infuriated by Archie's decision to hide his sexuality from others. Comedy, starring Sharon Rooney.
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Danny Two Hats
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