As their relationship continues to heat up at home, Mae is growing increasingly insecure about George's public attitude toward her. Things reach a climax when they attend a packed house party.
Mae finds out that her parents are visiting the UK but haven't thought to tell her. They're in Blackpool, scattering the cat's ashes.
Mae hits rock bottom after her break-up with George. While George is pining for her, Mae's having casual sex.
The arrival of Noughties heart-throb Arnie Rivers at the comedy club further knocks Mae's confidence in her faltering relationship.
Mae and George's whirlwind romance begins with a bang after they meet at The Gag Bin comedy club. But will a beautiful straight girl really fall for a lesbian who looks like a kernel of corn?
Mae and George are so loved-up they haven't spent a moment apart since they met. But when George goes away to a wedding, Mae realises that she's forgotten how to be on her own.
Controlled by a "psychopathic French-Canadian brain shrimp," Mae Martin recalls obsessions with drugs and superstar performer Bette Midler.