All seven episodes of the BBC3 comedy series written by and starring Dan Clark. Over-imaginative 20-something Don Danbury (Clark) is delighted when he finds out that he has inherited his grandmother's house. He rents out a room to ex-classmate and girl of his dreams Abby Jones (Sinead Moynihan) - unaware she is in a serious relationship with the anally retentive Karl (Finlay Robertson). Episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Home Sweet Home', 'The Field Trip', 'Fake Wake', 'The Young Ones', 'Like Father Like Don' and 'The Break Up'.
All six episodes from series two of the BBC3 comedy show written by and starring Dan Clark. With Abby off around the world, Don (Clark) gets a new lodger, ex-model Samantha (Laura Haddock). But determined not to go for the obvious, Don sets out to find his fun a little further from home, with truly appalling results. Episodes comprise: 'Don's New Flatmate', 'Don Dates a Cougar', 'Don the Singer', 'Don Goes Gay', 'Don Gets Healthy' and 'Don and the Wedding'.
All seven episodes from the third series of the BBC3 sitcom written by and starring Dan Clark. Not only has Don (Clark) failed to get it on with his beautiful lodger, Sam (Laura Haddock), but her fabulous new boyfriend has now become a regular fixture at the house. As he waits patiently for a second chance with Sam, Don makes a few more doomed attempts to play the field, but somehow all his attempts at romance come to a sticky end. Episodes are: 'Don's New Job', 'Don's Angry Girlfriend', 'Don's Posh Weekend', 'Don Meets His Maker', 'Don Dates a Homeless', 'Don Does Therapy' and 'Don the Musical'.