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The comedy is about three young women living in Leeds who've graduated, had a year out, and are now struggling to find a job that doesn't suck, a place to live that is half decent and a boyfriend they actually like. It's a sitcom about making terrible decisions, but having a brilliant time doing it. The show focuses on Meg, her eccentric cousin Bunny and their friend Laura as they discover that life might just be a bit tougher than they had imagined... From demeaning Promotions jobs complete with mad outfits to pursuing the men of their dreams - yet dating the men of their nightmares - the girls face '#FML-worthy' disasters in both their work and personal lives. For the 'Drifter' girls it's time to start asking some serious questions: What do they do now? Who are they going to be? And is it ok to shag someone with a sweat problem if you haven't had sex in twelve months? It's all about the fear that comes with knowing you should take more responsibility and the excitement that comes with knowing you still don't really have any at all.
|S01E01||Home||00/00/0000||Meg and her cousin Bunny return home to Leeds, having cut short their gap year trip round India. They're greeted at the airport by their best friend Laura but - disaster - also by Meg's stalker-ish ex-boyfriend Mark. As far as Mark's concerned, they're still together. Unsurprisingly the homecoming doesn't run smoothly - and then there's also the small matter of finding a house and finding a job.|
|S01E02||Scabies||00/00/0000||Bunny and Laura are amazed when Meg scores a hot date while out on the street promoting a smartphone. Meanwhile, Laura is concerned that she may have a skin disease and Bunny has self-diagnosed depression. But it's not until the girls end up gatecrashing a party that things get really complicated.|
|S01E03||Work Experience||00/00/0000||Meg finally gets a break when she's offered an internship at a local radio station. Can she seize her chance and make a big impact at Pennine Hits? Laura suspects Gary of cheating on her and decides to take drastic action whilst Bunny is feeling ignored and is dreading spending a Saturday alone in the flat.|
|S01E04||Dry Run||00/00/0000||The girls are appalled when they realise Meg hasn't had sex in nearly a year. At Bunny and Laura's urging she agrees to punch below her weight and pick someone to have sex with who should be grateful. A "dry run" if you will. And an old university colleague of Bunny's could be the perfect choice. Meanwhile Bunny thinks she's in love with her latest flame Hugh, a sexy sophisticated older man, but the other girls don't quite see him that way. And Laura is uncharacteristically throwing herself into work, shifting tickets in a "win this car" promotion.|
|S01E05||Friend Night Stand||00/00/0000||Meg makes a new friend and brings her back to the flat but the others think Ellie may have misunderstood the situation. Laura has just about had it with Gary and a chance encounter leads her to consider other options - while Bunny is having a passionate relationship with Cillian. But is he a crazy free-spirit or just a total knob?|
|S01E06||Nineties Night||00/00/0000||Mark reinvents himself as a DJ and asks Meg to help out at his 90s Night. Meg agrees out of sympathy: surely it's going to be a disaster, but on the night things don't go quite as she expected. Whilst trying to raise the rent money selling their clothes online, Bunny accidentally reveals more than she intended and things spiral out of control when she agrees to some lucrative modelling work with Laura along for the ride as her "agent".|