The award-winning hit comedy Friday Night Dinner returns for a second helping courtesy of BBC Worldwide on 7th July 2014, as things get even odder in the Goodman household...
Each week twenty-something brothers Adam and Jonny go back to Mum and Dad's house for Friday night dinner, and each week Mum and Dad get ready for an evening of domestic squabbling, food-related pranking and lashings of 'crimble crumble'.
In this series, Adam (Simon Bird, The Inbetweeners) goes out with a girl who smells like Mum (Tamsin Grieg, Episodes), Jonny (Tom Rosenthal, Plebs) gets a girlfriend who's twice his age, Dad (Paul Ritter, Quantum of Solace) dries fish in the downstairs cupboard, Mum is forced out the house by a mouse, neighbour Jim makes a birthday cake for his dog, Grandma gets a new boyfriend who tries to fight Dad and we meet Dad's mother - Horrible Grandma.
Friday Night Dinner is a co-production between the award-winning production company behind Spaced and Shaun of the Dead, Big Talk and Popper Pictures. Popper Pictures was set up the BAFTA winning producer, and writer of Friday Night Dinner, Robert Popper.
The episodes are: Buggy, Mr Morris, The Loft, The New Car, The Yoghurts, The Mouse and Christmas.
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