Pramface, Series 1
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Meet Jamie, 16, and Laura, 18. They are two teenagers who after one too many drinks, some deceptive party lighting and an available bedroom find they have one very big complication on their hands. Laura is pregnant. Only problem is, she's meant to be heading off to university and Jamie is way too young to be considering raising a kid - prior to this, the extent of his responsibilities was doing his homework and managing his pocket money. Pramface brings humour and heart to a tricky subject, as it follows these two unexpected parents-to-be as they try, and frequently fail, to negotiate family, sex and what happens once nine months is up...
|1||VideoLike Narnia But Sexy||Jamie has just finished his exams and his carefree summer is off to a great start. He has crashed a sixth-form party and hooked up with an older woman, 18-year-old Laura who is also looking for some uncomplicated fun. But thanks to a combination of post-exam euphoria, too many drinks and an available bedroom, they soon find they have one very serious complication on their hands - Laura is pregnant. So even though they barely know each other, they now have one big thing in common - and it's getting bigger.||28:34||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoPregnant Rapist||Laura is in shock, having discovered that Jamie is only 16 years old, and refuses to speak to him. Jamie feels that Laura is not taking him seriously and decides the only way to get her attention is to propose. Janet and Alan are in counselling, trying to repair their marriage, but their guidance counsellor Jeremy doesn't really seem up to the job.||28:05||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEdinburgh…in Scotland||Laura is no closer to making a decision on whether to have the baby, but heads off to university anyway. When Jamie finds out she has gone without telling him, he is furious and decides to follow her to Edinburgh... but he's definitely not stalking her. Meanwhile, Beth realises if she wants any chance of getting together with Jamie she's going to have to make her move now.||28:32||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoMan of the Moment||Jamie and Laura's parents meet for lunch to discuss the future of their families. Laura and Jamie are rightly apprehensive about a family summit, but even they couldn't have forseen how badly this was going to go. Meanwhile, whilst making up the numbers on Beth's double date, Mike faces a sexual dilemma when he's offered a threesome with stunning Carrie-Ann and her handsome gay friend, Aaron.||28:38||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoKnocked Up and Homeless||Laura is settling in well at Jamie's place - a bit too well. Keith is sick of her being there, Jamie's tired of sleeping on the sofa, and Mike and Beth have had enough of not being able to see their mate. Something's got to give but the eventual confrontation kicks off a much bigger crisis.||28:38||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoAaargh||Laura is very pregnant, very bored and cannot stop thinking about Jamie. So she asks him to take her on a casual shopping trip - casual that is until Laura goes into labour. Meanwhile, Mike is faking a charity run to raise money to pay for a prostitute. Keith takes Sandra to the Lakes to break the bad news about losing his job. Janet and Alan, however, are getting along extremely well, in fact they are downright frisky.||27:57||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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This is funny and heartwarming definetley my Thursday night delight
Close, but no cigar
This programme is a mixture of recent offerings such as The Inbetweeners & American Pie.
Whilst some of the jokes are recycled, there is enough here to keep you laughing.
This is BBC3's supposed next big thing and whilst it is good it is by no means excellent. Its not original enough for that. The premise itself has been used time and time again. One reviewer commented that the age difference of 2 years wasnt enough. I'm inclined to agree. The comedic awkwardness of the situation would have been greatly enhanced had she been 28 or even 38.
If you are after original comedy, may I suggest you check out another BBC3 offering 'How Not To LIve Your Life'. A vastly underated programme.
Soundtrack album needed
wicked music throughout