Aunty Maisy and Daisy crash Jenny's kitchen with a problem: Aunty Maisy's son has come out as gay and it's the end of her world. After Benjamin overhears part of their exchange, he convinces himself Jenny is homophobic. Resentful, he throws himself into the task of winning the upcoming talent quest while blocking Jenny out, deciding now is not the time to come out and that it might never be.
Benjamin battles with his feelings towards Klaus after a drama exercise with his handsome nemesis leaves him tense in all the wrong places. Meanwhile, Jenny battles with her own feelings after Pete calls her out of the blue to ask her out to dinner.
We're playing limbo today. How low can you go?
Sam gets an unexpected visit from an old friend.
Reconciliation comes from Sam and Diane after an unexpected turn of events.
In the aftermath of the polarising opening night of June, Easton seeks enlightenment in the form of hallucinogens, while Diana tries to finally reach an understanding with her mother, Denise.
As Rob builds a playlist to send to Mac and work through her feelings, we explore the mythology of their relationship and its demise. Rob goes to a concert with her employees/friends, Simon and Cherise, where she meets Liam.
Mia appoints herself manager to a questionably young cosplayer to make money off nerds, and Penny helps Austin prepare for a drag competition.
The secretary of a newly appointed government official strives to make him a success in spite of his shortcomings.
Two years after the bachelor party in Las Vegas, Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug jet to Thailand for Stu's wedding. Stu's plan for a subdued pre-wedding brunch, however, goes seriously awry.
When the Town and District Bus Company finds itself short-staffed, the bosses decide to employ female drivers.
The new owner of the Cleveland Indians puts together a purposely horrible team so they'll lose and she can move the team. But when the plot is uncovered, they start winning just to spite her.
In 1969, Elliot Tiber hears that a hippy music festival in a neighbouring town has been cancelled. In order to help his parents struggling motel business, Elliot decides to contact the event organisers and arranges to hold the festival on his neighbours' farm. However, little does he know that in three weeks time half a million people will be on their way to what will become the generation-defining concert in the summer of 1969: Woodstock.
A teacher, her unemployed jazz musician husband, and their children deal with everyday life in 1970s Brooklyn. (Note: Some scenes are anamorphic as per NITV broadcast.)
After a first date gone wrong with nice guy Clyde, record store owner Rob Brooks goes into an emotional tailspin in which she recounts the ups and downs of her all-time top five most memorable heartbreaks.
After a freak accident, struggling singer-songwriter Jack realises he's the only person on Earth who remembers the Beatles. Performing their classics, he skyrockets to fame.
A actress struggles to rebuild her life after a stint in a drug rehabilitation clinic. This means moving back into her mother's home - an ageing movie star who epitomises 'old Hollywood'.
The Government Coach takes one for the team.
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