Outnumbered, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Outnumbered captures the turbulence of family life in a way not seen before – at its most deliciously chaotic moments. Family life for two parents and their three young children is locked in an unequal contest. Using elements of improvisation, this comedy is an honest portrayal of well meaning parents constantly try to keep their children under control, but completely failing to do so.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoThe School Run||It’s a typically unpredictable day in the rollercoaster of life with small children. Three small children in fact – a regal five-year-old girl with a talent for interrogation and an interest in nits, a seven-year-old boy who could out-fib Jeffrey Archer, and an eleven-year-old who is gearing up for his scary first day at secondary school. Mom and Dad go on as they always do – attempting to raise their kids with the minimum amount of emotional damage for all concerned.||29:23||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Special Bowl||The celebration of parental incompetence continues, with the problems piling up for Mom and Dad. Their little girl is outwitting them in the endless negotiations about what she will condescend to eat, and seven-year-old Ben is further developing his extraordinary talent for lying. In addition, Dad has strayed into a job-threatening controversy at school, while Mom is starting a turf war with her sister.||29:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoThe City Farm||Stuck on the A3 highway, Mom tries to keep the peace in a car containing a new-age Auntie, a bewildered Grandfather, three fractious kids and several full bladders. Meanwhile, Dad is waiting outside the Headmaster’s office, after an ill-judged joke involving obesity and Ramadan. Later at the urban Farm, discussions about death, heaven, racism, bird flu and granddad lead to raised tempers, which boil over in the living hell that is a gift shop. As a hectic day draws to an end, Mom and Dad look fondly at their sleeping kids in the back of the car and have a brief moment of contentment – until they notice that Ben’s acquired a new friend.||29:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Quiet Night In||Ben’s fibbing goes to a whole new level as parents at a school soccer match begin to compliment Dad on his friendship with Gordon Brown and his SAS training. A romantic night in for Mom and Dad doesn’t quite go to plan, as Karen has a little friend round – whose mom is over an hour late picking her up. When she does finally arrive, she insists on pouring her heart out over a very long cup of tea. As their romantic evening recedes into the distance, Jake raises fears about his friend’s parents’ divorce and calls from his form teacher bring more alarming news.||29:29||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Mystery Illness||Ben’s on the case again – this time he’s got a mystery illness and is far too ill to go to school, he says. Auntie Angela’s been dumped by her boyfriend, so the family rally round to cheer her up in the best way they know how, sparking off a jolly discussion about Nazis and rat bags… Meanwhile, Dad’s little problem at the school is becoming public knowledge and he begins to wonder if he might be out of a job. But Mom of course, is safe in her job. Or is she?||29:26||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Dinner Party||Five-year-old Karen decides she’s had enough of mom’s nagging and announces that she’s leaving home, for Spain, or possibly Greenland. Preparations are in full swing for a dinner party, and Dad agrees to let Ben crack some eggs – which is a mistake. As the guests arrive, Ben gets his first taste of gin and Mom gets some unwelcome news from Angela. The drink loosens tongues. Things get said that can never be unsaid. The dinner party becomes a disaster zone – and this time the parents can’t blame any of it on the kids.||29:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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Its a tv show you will be hooked to watch every saturday night.! Its about parents having a struggle to control their 3 unruly kids. Good enough to entertain the parents as well as the kids, so it is all around good for the whole family.
addicted to this show!
I first saw an episode of OUTNUMBERED on a British Airways flight back to the U.S. It was hilarious, and I was laughing out loud (a little embarrassing in the otherwise quiet cabin). I have started watching this Sat. night on PBS, and I love it. Even mu husband enjoys it, and he doesn't find many things funny! I am so glad this is on iTunes for purchase. Please add more episodes!!
love this show!
this is the best show ever! every episode is hilarious, and the kids are just great. please make all the episodes available on iTunes.