This comedy-drama follows the increasingly entangled lives of a group of old friends. Exploring issues of death, adultery, marriage, divorce, and even breaking and entering, with friends like these, who needs enemies? Stars Mark Warren (Hustle), Alexander Armstrong (The Armstrong & Miller Show), and Keeley Hawes (Ashes To Ashes, Spooks).
On 27 August 2003, Armstrong married Hannah Bronwen Snow, an events organiser. According ...
Patrick is one of those men for whom everything just seems to work out. He effortlessly cruises through life, getting girls, money, success without really trying.
His natural charm, wit and insouciance have enabled him to avoid confronting adult responsibility almost entirely. When the bubble bursts he has none of the emotional tools required to deal with it.
He is one of those people who's kidding himself that he's still in his early twenties. He's still very happy to be sleeping with three different women a week - it doesn't bother him at all - while his friends have all settled down and had children.
When Martin's marriage suffers its problems, he brings a dash of colour back into his friend's life. He makes Patrick play Wii games, pool and golf.
Patrick has an absurd relationship with his ex-fiancée Liz. He walked out on her in childish commitment-phobe style, but he's so cool that she kind of forgives him now and can't bear to hold a grudge against him.
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