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Series 4 - Episode 6
The Exchange Student
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So here’s the situation chez Brockman as we pick up from last week’s surprises (spoiler alert for those who haven’t seen the last episode — although, to be fair, it’s a sitcom not a conspiracy thriller): Auntie Angela is staying, because her American husband turned abusive, but his lawyers are pursuing her because she brought his teenage daughter with her. Does this mean Sue and Pete are now harbouring someone guilty of child abduction?
Plus Jake has started dating a 19-year-old pole dancer, which is also technically illegal as he’s only 15. And there’s one more rogue element: an unexpected arrival at the door that produces a brilliant reaction from Claire Skinner as Sue.
Another guest arrives to stay as the family tries to get rid of Auntie Angela, and Sue has to make a decision about Jake's girlfriend. Elsewhere, Ben and Karen discuss dreams, the Mafia and trampolining bears. Comedy, starring Claire Skinner, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez.
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