Skip to Main Content
Skip to Main Navigation
Skip to Footer
Sign in / Register
TV On Demand
Film on TV
Film On Demand
E2 of 6
Series 4 - Episode 2
The Girls' Day Out
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Pinterest
Share on Google Plus
Share on Reddit
Email to a friend
Maybe it’s because the kids are growing up, but
is starting to feel tired. It’s all just a bit too familiar now – the circular arguments and endless unanswerable questions from little, questing minds.
Still, the remorseless Karen dispenses brilliantly with one of those pesky, smiley charity “chuggers” and is a lesson to us all as she wears down his enthusiasm and leaves him a quivering husk.
Homicidal moppet Ben has tipped from being cute into being a brat with behavioural problems as he lays waste to the house after mum Sue takes umbrage at the sexist attitudes of her menfolk and has a girls’ day out with Karen.
Sue grows tired of the boys' attitude to housework and pursues a campaign to civilise them, but it leads to Pete doing battle with a domestic appliance. Elsewhere, Karen has a tough time buying shoes. Comedy, starring Hugh Dennis, Claire Skinner and Tyger Drew-Honey.
Cast & Crew
Louise Connolly Burnham
Full Episode Guide
EastEnders, Mrs Brown's Boys and Outnumbered were most-watched iPlayer shows over Christmas
The BBC soap took top honours with Sherlock, Doctor Who and Call The Midwife not too far behind
What did you think of the Outnumbered Christmas special?
What time is the Outnumbered Christmas special on TV?
What do the cast of Outnumbered look like now?
New Outnumbered Christmas special photos revealed and, surprise surprise, the kids are all grown up
Outnumbered Christmas special pays tribute to Grandad David Ryall
What's the best British sitcom Christmas episode of all time?
Want to feel old? Ben from Outnumbered turns 17 today
Outnumbered is coming back for a Christmas special
Outnumbered special planned for 2016
24 Hours in the Past: who are the celebs and how will they cope in Victorian Britain?
Ballot Monkeys star Ben Miller says the comedy will struggle to be funnier than the real election