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Will decides to organise one last adventure for his friends before they all go their separate ways, so the gang heads off for a camping trip in the countryside. While Will draws on all his scout training, Jay, Neil and Simon are less than prepared for the great outdoors.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 348 votes.
It's a new term and the infamous sociology and geography field trip to Swanage is coming up; all the boys are on board. A new girl, Lauren, has joined the school, and Will has taken a particular shine to her. The only problem is that she has eyes for Simon. Jay is on the lookout for a legendary Swanage MILF, and Neil is desperately trying to deflect the advances of an over-friendly teacher, Mr Kennedy.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 429 votes.
It's the start of term and Carli is organising a charity fashion show, and like every school fashion show it's only for the coolest and best looking kids. This means our four heroes aren't involved - or at least not until the last minute when Carli's desperate, but their help proves to be a bigger hindrance than anyone could have imagined.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 370 votes.
The boys call Jay's bluff and agree to go to the Camber Sands meeting of the Caravan Club to see if it really is 'like a massive orgy'.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 482 votes.
It's the end of term and Will has been voted the chairman of the Christmas prom committee, an enviable position indeed.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 428 votes.
Will is stressed over his exams. Simon seems to be making some headway with Carli at last. Looking back on the year the boys realise that things have not been all that bad, but that if they ever had their time again Jay would be less sensitive, Simon would take Carli's word with a pinch of salt. Will would drink a lot fewer energy drinks and Neil would remember his kit for his PE exam
The episode was rated 7.96 from 388 votes.
Will decides the boys should reinvent themselves as trendy clubbers and they drive to London in Simon's car, though to gain entry to the best club in town Simon must swap his trainers for a tramp's filthy old shoes. Neil cuts his penis weeing into a can and when Jay inspects the damage they are ejected as perverts. Can things get any worse for the lads? The wheel-clamping of Simon's car might provide the answer.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 400 votes.
It's Will's seventeenth birthday and he is planning a dinner party but it clashes with a more popular bash so that his only guests are Neil, Jay, Simon and Simon's exchange student Patrice. Out of boredom they gate-crash the other party but only one of them is asked to stay and then bedded by the hostess as a sex object. The other four are sent packing. Needless to say none of those four are French.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 405 votes.
Will, Simon, Jay and Neil bunk off school. They head to Neil's house to get drunk, where Simon has a vodka-induced romantic revelation about his childhood sweetheart.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 580 votes.
Will finds out that going to a mixed sex school isn't too bad after all when he pulls the most popular girl in the year above.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 482 votes.
Simon and his new girlfriend Tara go on a double date with Will and her friend Kerry. Simon ends up having his principles put to the test. Will has to balance up spending some time with a boring girl for the prospect of getting some real action.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 381 votes.
Simon wants to date a girl in the year below and to try and impress her, he goes to his first gig since his mum took him to see Take That at Wembley Arena. Will, Jay and Neil end up going as well which spoils Simon's chances.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 376 votes.
The boys set off on their first road trip in Simon's new car for a day out at Thorpe Park. Once inside the pleasure park, however, Will soon wishes they had never come.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 524 votes.
Will is asked to co-ordinate the school's Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, and immediately turns the situation to his advantage, using it as an opportunity to volunteer at an old peoples home to try and snare his former babysitter. The other boys help out, except for Simon who has problems of his own.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 390 votes.
Following a disappointing Valentines Day a mix-up in the work experience programme means that Neil gets to work in a newspaper office whilst Will is stuck in a garage, where he gets stripped and thrown in a pond as an initiation ceremony. Unwisely he inadvertently invites a work colleague to the school disco, where Simon gets a pleasant surprise from a female admirer.A run-in with a younger boy, however, means that ultimately the boys end up facing their customary public humiliation.
The episode was rated 7.82 from 405 votes.
Last updated: nov 26, 2022
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