Having failed to make it as a DJ in Bristol, Kent (Dylan Edwards) returns to his sleepy village to hang out with old schoolmate Morpheus (Danny Kirrane), Morpheus’ sister Sarah (Rose Reynolds) and her friend Alison (Gwyneth Keyworth).
The four were left on the scrapheap as others moved on with their lives, and are now stuck in an aimless loop of cheap booze- and drug-filled escapism. Their base is Morpheus and Sarah’s head shop, where Alison also runs an illicit tattoo parlour.
Gross-out gags and kidult cartoon humour combine with pop culture nods and weird yet warm characters. Directed by Tom Marshall (Chewing Gum, Drifters), there are fast edits, musical cutaways and plentiful flights of fancy – involving Sean Bean as a medieval swordsman spirit guide, fixed in his role as Game of Thrones’ Ned Stark in the fevered imagination of Morpheus.
Hilarious slacker comedy from BAFTA-winning writers James Lamont and Jon Foster (The Amazing World of Gumball).
“Crude, stoner TV comedy with a heart.” Den of Geek!