Kos

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Duration: 1 hour

Two very different teens jet off to the holiday resort of Kos.

18-year-old mummy's girl Chani doesn't have to lift a finger at home as mum Kim waits on her hand and foot. And until now, mum has been happy to keep her head firmly in the sand when it comes to her daughter's wild social life. For Chani and close mates Poppy, Izzy and Natalie, a great night involves minimum cost and maximum fun.

Down in Kent, 18-year-old Max is looking forward to the ultimate lads' holiday. For Max, it will mark a major turning point in his life - while he's away he will receive his 'A' level results and the right grades will give him the chance to go to university. Joining Max on the holiday are lifelong mates Joe, Tom and James.

Max lives at home with his parents and it will be down to dad Geoff to find out whether he's a chip off the old block. Geoff is looking forward to the chance to relive his days as a holiday rep, but there's one thing he definitely doesn't want to see his son come back with, and that's any unwanted tattoos that he might regret for next 50 years.

Both groups are heading to the sparkling Greek island of Kos. Considered to be the jewel of the Aegean Sea, it's also one of the hottest party islands and every year around a million hedonists descend looking for cheap booze and cheap thrills.

As the holiday begins, the girls spend hours getting ready for the first night on the strip, while the boys find a bar 20 yards from the hotel and hit the shots. But little do the teens know that their parents will be joining them and watching their every move. Will they cope with what they see? Or will it all prove too much? Find out what happens when the girls accidently bump into the boys and whether Max makes it home without that tattoo.

Credits

Series Producer
Jon Lloyd
Series Producer
Jon Lloyd
Series Producer
Jon Lloyd
Executive Producer
Jo Scarratt
Executive Producer
Jo Scarratt
Executive Producer
Jo Scarratt

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