Pete Griffith is basically an average guy. Apart from the lying, selfishness and being a bit of an arse. He's slightly more than average in these departments... But what sets Pete apart is that every move he makes is subject to constant observation, analysis and comment by two TV sport pundits. And they aren't slow to point out the errors of his ways...
Pete is back with his ex-girlfriend, Chloe, and is desperate to make a good impression. Unfortunately, Pete's dad, Frank, turns up on his doorstep after deciding that he and Pete's mum should have a break from each other.Watch Now:Amazon
Pete starts dating a new girlfriend, Tilly, who believes that UFOs are of alien origin. All is going well until Pete discovers that Chloe, 'the one that got away', is going out with his nemesis, Jake.Watch Now:Amazon
With not much work around, Pete ends up getting a job in a chicken packing factory. Things begin to improve though when his article criticising Britan's seventh best tennis player, Lottie Beaumont, is printed in a national newspaper. The only probelm is though that Pete is dating Lottie.Watch Now:Amazon
Pete wins some tickets to see the hit musical Mamma Mia! and, after 'acquiring' a lovely leather jacket from a bag outside a charity shop, manages to find a date, Helene. However, Helene is clearly more intelligent than Pete, which doesn't bode well for our intellectually challenged hero.Watch Now:Amazon
Pete claims that he won't travel on an aircraft end up inadvertently impressing a young lady with his commitment to green issues. Pete realises that he is going to have to make changes to his lifestyle if he wants to sustain the relationship.Watch Now:Amazon
Pete finally gets a decent sports writing job but it's on the basis of a pretend relationship with his best mate's girlfriend. Problems ensue when an office romance blossoms.Watch Now:Amazon
Jake, a rival and friend of Pete's, reveals an intimate detail about his sex life at a party they are both at. After promising to keep it a secret, Pete ends up telling everyone.Watch Now:Amazon