Episode 2

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Episode 2 of 6

Duration: 30 minutes

Having been moved on whilst busking, Andy's day goes from bad to worse when he calls round to Gwen's flat and meets her new boyfriend, Casper. Sam has a meeting with Errol's dad Ben to discuss custody. Andy persuades Errol that, for a variety of reasons, he really should go to Alfie's birthday party. At the party, Andy meets old school friend Shelley, but gets bullied by Alfie's dad, Tom. Things go horribly wrong and Andy, Errol, Bruce and Tiffany have to make a run for it.

Music Played

6 items
  • Image for Barry Manilow

    Barry Manilow Mandy

    The Best Of Barry Manilow, Arista

  • Image for Rainbow

    Rainbow Since You've Been Gone

    Down to Earth, Polydor

  • Image for Ellie Goulding

    Ellie Goulding Anything Could Happen

    Halcyon, Universal

  • Image for The Wanted

    The Wanted Glad You Came

    The Wanted, Universal

  • Image for The Wanted

    The Wanted All Time Low

    The Wanted, Universal

  • Image for The White Stripes

    The White Stripes We're Going To Be Friends

    White Blood Cells, XL


Nick Helm
Elliot Speller-Gillott
Daisy Haggard
Sydney Rae White
Brett Goldstein
Daniel Lawrence-Taylor
Robert Gilbert
Jorja Rutherford
Kate Miles
Rick Warden
Oliver Refson
Alison MacPhail
Oliver Refson
Executive Producer
Henry Normal
Executive Producer
Lindsay Hughes
Nina Toussaint-White
Sam Hadlow


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