The entire first and second series of the sitcom about five twenty-something friends living in Runcorn, who discover that life is actually more complicated than ordering a drink in the pub. Episodes from series one are: 'Fags, Shags and Kebabs', 'Spunk', 'Bone With the Wind', 'Angry Wangry', 'Lard' and 'Ugly Babies'. Episodes from series two are: 'On the Blob', 'Bungle', 'Dirty Girls', 'Vomit', 'Crusty Curtains', and 'Mo Mo and Pigsy'.
All 18 episodes from Series 3 and 4 of the sitcom about the sex and alcohol-fuelled lives of five friends in their late teens/early 20s living in Runcorn. In 'Munch', Jonny (Ralf Little) tries to find a job - but his search for employment is thwarted by a sex-starved cat. 'Fish' sees Janet (Sheridan Smith) giving up smoking, while Gaz (Will Mellor) thinks Donna (Natalie Casey) has gone off him. 'Kangaroo' finds Jonny asking Janet's dad for his daughter's hand in marriage. In 'Beastiality', the ever-present Munch (Lee Oakes) is driving Gaz mad, while Louise (Kathryn Drysdale) flies off the handle when she finds out that Donna slept with David (Jonathan Dutton) a year before. In 'Hospikal', Jonny blackmails Janet's dad into approving of - and paying for - the wedding after finding him in a compromising position. In 'Dresses, Dresses, Dresses', the girls go into a shopping frenzy after Janet's dad stumps up the cash for a wedding dress. The noisy downstairs neighbours are driving Donna and Gaz to despair in 'Fockin Mokky Bokka'. 'Jammy Dodgers' sees Louise getting more than she bargained for when she finally agrees to sex with David after making him wait for a month. In 'Dump', Janet compiles a wedding list, while Gaz tries to teach Munch how to talk to women. In 'Schluballybub', Janet is having doubts about her impending wedding to Jonny. 'Corinthian Dies' finds Jonny inconsolable after finding Janet's 'Dear Jonny' letter on the kitchen table. In 'Piggy Goes Oink!', Janet tracks down Jonny to kiss and make up, only to see him kissing somebody else. In 'My Delicious Guava', Janet, feeling lonely and sexually frustrated without Jonny, seeks relief of the vegetable kind. In 'Cuggles', Janet answers a lonely hearts ad, but ends up finding comfort closer to home. 'Purgatory' sees Donna and Gaz reuniting, while Janet is left alone with only a Pot Noodle for company. In 'Mate Date', Donna asks Gaz to split Jonny and Kate up. Gaz is having erectile problems in 'Homeless and Horny'. Finally, in 'Filthy Brunching', Gaz's intimate problem is solved after he becomes insanely jealous of Donna's date with her sexy tutor.
All nine episodes from the eighth series of the BBC sitcom about five mismatched young friends who regularly meet at their local pub in Runcorn to discuss their lives and loves. In this series, Gaz is torn between the two women in his life: Donna and Janet. At the time of screening, the audience was invited to decide the outcome of Gaz's dilemma in episode 8 ('You Decide') via an internet vote on the BBC website, the result of which decided the content of the final episode. Episodes are: 'When Janet Met Michelle (Comic Relief Special)', 'Candle', 'Gazman', 'Flan Van', 'Ello Ello', 'D.I.V.O.R.C.E', 'Val Doonican', 'You Decide' and 'Keep On Running'.
All six episodes from the ninth series of the BBC's sitcom about a group of mismatched 20-something friends who meet regularly at their local pub in Runcorn to discuss their lives and loves. In this series, The Archer has had a makeover, attracting a whole new crowd. Meanwhile, Gaz (Will Mellor) and Donna (Natalie Casey) are back together, and Tim (Luke Gell)'s feisty younger sister Cassie (Georgia Henshaw) has moved in with him, bringing all kinds of drama along with her.