How Not to Live Your Life, Series 3
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At the climax of series two Don's luck was about to change as it looked like he was finally going to get it on with his flatmate, Sam. But on joining Don at the start of series three, it appears that things didn't quite go according to plan, and each day is a trial for Don as he must face up to the fact that he blew his chance with Sam. To make matters worse, she has a new boyfriend who is everything Don isn't – mature, reliable, clever and not at all self-obsessed. Once more Don has to deal with a fraught love life that involves dates with an aristocrat, a tramp and a really angry woman. On top of that he is sucked into taking part in Top Gun – The Musical, tries therapy and even sells his soul to become a corporate highflyer. But despite all this, he is still no wiser as to how to live his life...
|1||VideoDon's New Job||Dan Clark, comedian and writer of How Not To Live Your Life, returns as desperate lothario Don in the third series of the hit comedy. At the end of the last series things were looking up for Don as it looked as though he was finally going to get it on with his flatmate Sam (Laura Haddock). Things however didn't work out and now each day is a trial for Don as he has to face up to the fact that he blew his chance with Sam. To make matters worse, Sam has a new boyfriend who is everything Don isn't - mature, reliable, clever, he has a career and to top it all off he's charming and handsome. Don still doesn't have any real career path, and is struggling to keep his part time job. Embarrassed about his lack of direction Don comes up with an elaborate story about a new job. However he's caught short when he runs into the happy couple when he should be at work. To save face and keep his story going he heads into the nearest office where he pretends to be the new temp. Things finally appear to be going his way when a chance encounter with high flying executive, Marcus (Noel Fielding) leads to a promotion. Of course being Don, it's not long before it all starts to go wrong! Also appearing in the new series is Don's long-suffering carer, Eddie (David Armand), Gollum lookalike Mrs Treacher (Leila Hoffman) and art gallery boss Jason (Daniel Lawrence Taylor).||28:15||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoDon's Angry Girlfriend||Dan Clark, comedian and writer of How Not To Live Your Life is desperate lothario Don in the third series of the hit comedy. It's been a while since Don has been out on a date but things are looking up and he heads out for dinner with Jenny. Keen to make a good impression, Don turns up an hour late and things go from bad to worse but Jenny isn't fazed and seems quite fond of Don. As the relationship grows Jenny's behaviour starts to ring alarm bells with Don and he becomes increasingly concerned about their compatibility, something his flatmates can't quite see. At home things aren't going so well either and encouraged by Sam, Eddie walks out on Don, refusing to return until Don can show him that he does appreciate him. Meanwhile, Brian and Sam are out to defeat the Biology Busters in the local pub quiz and recruit Don to play for them, it's not long before all of Don's relationship tension comes to a head as his Team Analysis battle it out against the Biology Busters and Jenny is seen for what she really is. Also appearing Don's long-suffering carer, Eddie (David Armand), Gollum lookalike Mrs Treacher (Leila Hoffman) and art gallery boss Jason (Daniel Lawrence Taylor).||26:46||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoDon's Posh Weekend||Don and his boss Jason socialise together for the first time in the form of a double date with two posh girls they met at work. Don learns never to judge a book by its cover, as his date Felicity is far from prudish. Everything seems to be going well until Felicity invites them to her parents' country house for the weekend. It's a world away from Don's life and he struggles to fit in. He also has some over-protective parents to contend with.||28:10||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoDon Meets His Maker||The week doesn't start out well for Don when he discovers that his hair is thinning. He is sent into a panic, but quickly arranges an appointment with a specialist to discuss a hair transplant. Don is down about his hair, and things only get worse when he realises that he isn't centre of attention. Things come to a head when everyone ignores him and he storms out. When Eddie finds a letter about Don's appointment for a transplant he assumes the worst. Eddie, Sam, Brian and Treacher rally round to support Don in his final days. Don of course loves the attention. He doesn't hesitate to make the most of the situation and sends Brian packing before he manipulates the house into pandering to his every need. It's not long before Sam is planning a farewell party... Don is played by Dan Clark, Eddie by David Armand, Sam by Laura Haddock, Brian by Silas Carson, Mrs Treacher by Leila Hoffman.||28:02||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoDon Dates a Homeless||Don surprises himself when he takes pity on a pretty homeless woman, Sam jokingly suggests that he asks her out and of course Don does exactly that. By the time Sam returns home with Brian, Susan, the homeless woman, is sitting comfortably on the sofa in their living room whilst Don runs her a bath, it doesn't take long before Sam brands Susan his hobosexual. The following day, Don really doesn't want Susan to leave, so in true Don style he proposes a a shopping trip, lunch and visit to the Gallery in a 'Pretty Woman' style day out. But, it isn't too long before Don's comments offend Susan and he finds himself agreeing to spend some time getting to know her friends in a bid to make up for it. Meanwhile, upon Sam's insistence Don agrees to a night out, bonding with Brian and takes Eddie along to break the boredom. Don soon has tee total Brian downing shots to get the night going and they all move on to a lapdancing bar. The consequences see Susan confronted by Don in addition to him covering up Brian's inevitable hangover the following day. Also appearing Don's long-suffering carer, Eddie (David Armand), Gollum lookalike Mrs Treacher (Leila Hoffman) and art gallery boss Jason (Daniel Lawrence Taylor).||28:10||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoDon Does Therapy||In tonight's episode Don is bereft when he discovers that Brian is planning to propose to Sam. Don realises that he still has feelings for Sam and begins to question exactly why he is so unlucky in love. Don's can't shake his melancholy mood and Eddie suggests that he sees a therapist. Don has finds it difficult to open up as first but when he does we start to see a different side to him. Don takes his therapist into his confidence and confesses his feelings for Sam as well as some slightly unsavoury habits. Meanwhile it's Brian's birthday and Sam decides to throw him a fancy dress party to celebrate. Don is unnerved when he discovers that his therapist has come along in costume. Desperate to ensure that his secrets don't get out, Don tries to have a quiet word. However things get confusing when Don tries to track down his therapist amongst the costumed party goers. Don is played by Dan Clark, Brian by Silas Carson, Sam by Laura Haddock, Eddie by David Armand. Also appearing in this episode is Mrs Treacher played by Leila Hoffman and art gallery boss Jason played by Daniel Lawrence Taylor.||28:06||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|7||VideoDon the Musical||After seeing the attention Eddie gets in his theatre club's production of "Rain Man", Don decides to join up. The club puts on a tremendous production of "Top Gun: The Musical". Meanwhile, Brian is still waiting to get a response from Sam about his proposal. He's so desperate he even asks Don for advice.||28:15||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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Quite simply what it says in the title. This series, and the previous 2 are amazing and totally genius! A must for any comedy fan, you will not be disappointed and you will laugh your little faces off :)