8.7
4,220 votes
Fleabag

Fleabag

BBC One 2016

Fleabag is thrown roughly up against the walls of contemporary London, sleeping with anyone who dares to stand too close, squeezing money from wherever she can, rejecting anyone who tries to help her, and keeping up her bravado throughout.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Fleabag

Fleabag - S2E6

#1 - Episode 6

8.53

Season 2 - Episode 6

The day of the wedding arrives, Jake wants to know where Claire is, and the Priest upstages the bride. As secrets are revealed and decisions are made, will Fleabag find the ending she's looking for?

The episode was rated from 1019 votes.

Fleabag - S2E1

#2 - Episode 1

8.23

Season 2 - Episode 1

The eponymous Fleabag returns, joining an uncomfortable family dinner to celebrate Godmother and Dad’s engagement. Alongside familiar faces - uptight sister Claire and her alcoholic husband Martin - Fleabag find herself intrigued by Godmother’s new priest. The evening comes to a tempestuous end, however, when an unexpected attack brings old tensions bubbling to the surface.

The episode was rated from 1066 votes.

Fleabag - S2E5

#3 - Episode 5

8.12

Season 2 - Episode 5

Claire has a crisis and turns to Fleabag for help, whilst a familiar face makes a reappearance at the cafe. Hilary makes a friend, Martin demands answers, and Godmother and Dad's wedding hangs in the balance.

The episode was rated from 998 votes.

Fleabag - S2E4

#4 - Episode 4

8.07

Season 2 - Episode 4

The Priest takes Fleabag for some quiet reflection leading to an unexpected revelation. After a day spent looking back on painful memories, Fleabag searches for solace, only to find more trouble.

The episode was rated from 1019 votes.

Fleabag - S2E3

#5 - Episode 3

8.06

Season 2 - Episode 3

Fleabag helps with an event at Claire's work which inevitably ends in disaster, but an introduction to Claire's colleague proves intriguing, and a chance meeting with a stranger opens Fleabag's eyes.

The episode was rated from 1009 votes.

Fleabag - S1E6
#6 - Episode 6
8.02
Season 1 - Episode 6

Fleabag takes a date to her Godmother's Sex-hibition only to discover a few shocks are in store for her, including a declaration of love, a familiar piece of work, and an entire wall of surprises. But where is Claire? The season finale forces Fleabag to face up to her actions, and to finally reveal what happened to her beloved friend, Boo.

The episode was rated from 1330 votes.
Fleabag - S2E2
#7 - Episode 2
7.85
Season 2 - Episode 2

A counselling session elicits an uncomfortable truth from Fleabag, and she finds herself somewhere unexpected. Elsewhere, a chat with Claire brings some unwelcome news, Martin and Fleabag face off, and Jake wonders where Claire is.

The episode was rated from 1005 votes.
Fleabag - S1E5
#8 - Episode 5
7.72
Season 1 - Episode 5

On the anniversary of her mother’s death, Fleabag and Claire return to their family home for the annual memorial lunch. Although this time there is an interloper… Things get heated between Fleabag and her Godmother who muscles her way into the occasion and reveals plans for her Sex-hibition.

The episode was rated from 1373 votes.
Fleabag - S1E4
#9 - Episode 4
7.57
Season 1 - Episode 4

Fleabag and her sister Claire reluctantly visit a female-only, silent retreat, courtesy of their father. Their enforced silence is interrupted, however, by an unusual neighbouring weekend workshop, explosive secrets coming to light, and a surprising connection with an old acquaintance.

The episode was rated from 1393 votes.
Fleabag - S1E2
#10 - Episode 2
7.42
Season 1 - Episode 2

Haunted by memories of her dead best friend, dumped by her emotionally-fragile boyfriend, and now desperately trying to sell her stolen goods, Fleabag attempts to rekindle romantic fires to distract her from the mayhem of her life.

The episode was rated from 1692 votes.

Last updated: may 05, 2021

Comments

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So good. Lough out loud funny as hell and incredibly sad and heartbreaking at the same time. The whole magnificent bittersweet package.

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Can anyone do what Phoebe Waller-Bridge manages to do in six episodes? Both here and in Crashing, W-B's immensely smart brain finds a way to fill every second with meaning, nuance and humour. I cannot recommend this show enough. It's brilliant, and will go down in TV history.

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Surprisingly good. It takes a few episodes to get a feel for the characters depth but the humor and wit is pretty constant. By the 4th episode you are hooked. I highly recoomend binge watching this gem. I am looking forward to the next season. Hope it has more then 6 episodes.

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May not be everyone's cup of tea, but it is very funny (and crude) - typical British humour. 9/10

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I never wanted to smoke a cigarette until I watched this show.

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Surprisingly good! Both funny and serious. Laughed a lot, wanted to cry a few times and the story left me a bit heartbroken for her. Don't know if I want a 2nd series, though. Maybe that would take away the power of this show.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge. That's it. That's the comment.

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I trully hated this show at first, but then I decided to keep watching and the second season is fucking amazing!!! Maybe I wasn't feeling the story and it felt really good to give it another shot.

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Such a great unique and different show! Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a goddess, I love everything she’s done so far.

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I started watching and then I couldn't stop until I finished it. It's so good, so funny, so real, so touching. The ending is beyond beautiful, heartbreakingly so, and even though I want more, I understand that's how it should be. It's an amazing show and I'm sorry it took me this long to watch it. I will definitely be rewatching this.

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