Coming of Age, Series 3 Episode guide

  1. Fear Itself

    8/8 The gang support Ollie's drink abstinence by agreeing to overcome one of their own fears.

    First broadcast: 08 Mar 2011

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  2. Lesbian Jumper

    7/8 DK and Robyn visit a lesbian bar in an attempt to get Robyn into the gay dating scene.

    First broadcast: 01 Mar 2011

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  3. Penguin

    6/8 Ollie's foul-mouthed Aunty Olwen has come to stay with him, much to Jas's concern.

    First broadcast: 22 Feb 2011

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  4. Dib Dib Dib

    5/8 Mr Palmer signs DK up to his scouting group for boys. Jas launches her modelling career.

    First broadcast: 15 Feb 2011

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  5. Robbery

    4/8 The gang are on hand to help DK get his mum's engagement ring back.

    First broadcast: 08 Feb 2011

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  6. My Idiot BF

    3/8 Ollie bares his bottom art to the world and DK's dad asks his trusting son for a favour.

    First broadcast: 01 Feb 2011

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  7. Badvert

    2/8 The students must make an advert for the college to help boost flagging enrolment.

    First broadcast: 25 Jan 2011

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  8. Kissy Woo!

    1/8 How will the gang react when Matt introduces his new friend, Robyn Crisp, to them?

    First broadcast: 18 Jan 2011

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