BBC Three throws open the doors on the ultimate rite of passage for the average teenager - the first ever summer holiday abroad without their parents. But what these teenagers couldn't possibly have guessed is that whilst they enjoy their first taste of freedom, with all its temptations and excesses, they are being secretly watched... by their parents. It will be an eye-opening experience, but will it bring them closer together or drive them further apart?
This time, it's sun, sex and seriously bad behaviour in Kavos. 18-year-old Asher from south west Wales is leaving behind his doting mum for a blowout week with his rugby mates before leaving for university, whilst in Cambridge 18-year-old hairdresser Charlie is escaping his overprotective parents. Neither of the boys suspect that their parents are also travelling to Kavos and are secretly watching all their antics.
Asher spends the week trying not to get lucky as he is determined to stay faithful to his girlfriend whilst Charlie is the exact opposite and hopes to make the holiday one he will never forget.
The boys have only been in Kavos a few hours and Asher's group are already causing mayhem as they start a fight with fire extinguishers. Hours in and Asher is calling his mum to beg for money to pay for the damage. Charlie's group are extremely drunk and behaving badly when their evening takes a dangerous turn, as one of them manages to set himself on fire, which ends in a trip to the emergency room.
As the week progresses peer pressure is getting the better of both the boys. Asher's determination to stay faithful is wavering and Charlie brings a girl back to his apartment despite promises he previously made to his parents. Will Charlie go through with it or will he honour his promise?