The complete first and second series of the popular BBC drama, about a group of young lawyers sharing a house in London.
In series one, Anna (Daniella Nardini) is interviewed for a new position and finds old flame Miles (Jack Davenport) on the panel. Failing to get the job after refusing to sleep with him, she takes revenge by moving into the new house he is sharing with Milly (Amita Dhiri), Egg (Andrew Lincoln), and Warren (Jason Hughes). When Warren's cousin Kira (Luisa Bradshaw-White) moves in, Warren is terrified she'll find out that he is gay and tell his parents. By the end of the series, Milly is having an affair with her boss at work, while Egg has quit being a lawyer and Anna and Miles finally get together. Episodes are: 'Coming Together'; 'Happy Families'; 'Living Dangerously'; 'Sex, Lies and Muesli Yoghurt'; 'Fantasy Football'; 'Family Outing'; 'Brief Encounter'; 'Cheap Thrills'; 'Just Sex'; 'Father Figure'; and 'Let's Get It On'.
In series two, Anna and Miles find their new relationship rapidly falling apart, Ferdy (Ramon Tikaram) is spending more and more time around the house, Egg starts a new job in a cafe, and Warren gets arrested after cruising the park for men. When Warren decides to leave for Australia, the flatmates decide to rent his room out to Ferdy, and at Miles's wedding to Francesca (Rachel Fielding), Egg finally discovers Milly's affair. Episodes are: 'Last Tango in Southwark'; 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?'; 'The Bi Who Came in From the Cold'; 'How To Get in Bed By Advertising'; 'Small Town Boys'; 'Unusual Suspect'; 'He's Leaving Home'; 'Room With a Queue'; 'Men Behaving Sadly'; 'When the Dope Comes In'; 'She's Gotta Get It'; 'The Plumber Always Rings Twice'; 'Wish You Were Queer'; 'Who's That Girl?'; 'From Here to Maternity'; 'One Bedding and a Funeral'; 'The Secret of My Excess'; 'Diet Hard'; 'Milly Liar'; 'Secrets and Wives'; and 'Apocalypse Wow'.
Minor wear/surface marks to packaging, minor surface marks to discs. Plays fine.