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This gets an 8 out of 10, normally with 6 or 8 part series they can become boring and have dull moments midway through, fair play this didn't, it was entertaining, funny and cringeworthy from start to finish, The scenes with Adam Leese (Felix) and his blow up doll were just hilarious and a bit creepy at the same time, especially when they were sat by his dead mother!!! Sometimes the acting was a little on the dodgy side, but who cares. This show was sort of a cross between Footballers Wives and Dream Team, with all the fun of both. The series finale was great, really enjoyed. Hoping we get a second series!!! 8/10 :-)
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