Anti-romantic comedy lifting the lid on love as it really is - warts and all, revealing the hilarious and often shocking truth of what really goes on behind the bedroom doors of today's 20-somethings. Hanging around in Steve's bedsit, Steve and Becky are happy to be young, unemployed and lazy. They spend their days achieving nothing. Except watching box-set DVDs. And constantly teasing each other. But people are always there to interrupt them, be it Dan - the lonely bloke from upstairs, or Laura, Paul and Shelly - Becky's annoying sister, her amoral fiancé and her best friend.
The second series sees Becky and Steve's relationship blossoming above the nitty gritty of living together, but there's trouble on the horizon. Laura and Shelly have job interviews at Boots, organised by Steve's ex-girlfriend, who's a bit too interested in Steve. Meanwhile, Dan's back with his girlfriend and is more miserable than ever. And Paul's up to his old tricks again.
It's a rollover on the Lottery and everyone comes round to Becky and Steve's flat to watch it. Paul has a medical problem and turns to Steve for help.