All six episodes from the first series of the British comedy drama starring Andy Samberg and Greg Davies. Ken (Davies) and Lorna Thompson (Helen Baxendale)'s daughter Rachel (Tamla Kari) has just returned from a gap year in Thailand. However, the fact that she's married 'Cuckoo' (Samberg), a drug-taking New Age American hippy, comes as an unwelcome surprise for Ken. How will Cuckoo settle into the Thompson's middle-class home? The episodes are: 'The Homecoming', 'Family Meeting', 'Ken On E', 'Grandfather's Cat', 'Connie Sings' and 'The Wedding'.
All seven episodes from the second series of the British comedy drama. Two years after the death of Cuckoo, Dale (Taylor Lautner) appears on the doorstep of the Thompson family home from America, claiming Cuckoo to be his father, who he has never met. Unable to turn him away, Ken (Greg Davies) and wife Lorna (Helen Baxendale) take him in. The episodes are: 'A New Beginning', 'Potato Party', 'Tribunal', 'Funeral', 'Ken at Work', 'Neighbourhood Watch' and 'Christmas Special'.
All seven episodes from the third series of the British comedy drama. Six months after Dale (Taylor Lautner)'s departure at Christmas, a pregnant Rachel (Esther Smith) is still heartbroken but rekindles her friendship with ex-fiancé Ben (Matt Lacey). Parents Ken (Greg Davies) and Lorna (Helen Baxendale) are relieved at the return of normality to the Thompson house while they await the arrival of their unplanned baby. Unsurprisingly however, the peace does not last for long. The episodes are: 'Birth', 'The Application', 'Mum's Group', 'Life of Dale', 'University Challenged', 'Sid's Big Day' and 'The Holiday'.