Birds Of A Feather

October 2016
25:00

Season 1, Episode 8 (You Can't Always Get What You Want)

3.0 19 x
Sharon and Tracey are shopping in a supermarket when they see two old sisters who make them face the prospect of their own future together. (Final)
25:00

Season 1, Episode 7 (Back To Zero)

4.0 13 x
Barry Quid takes exception to Dorien's memoir Sixty Shades of Green being sold in his shop, even at cut prices, as it offends his faith. He sacks Dorien on the spot.
September 2016
25:00

Season 1, Episode 6 (Blinded By Love)

3.0 34 x
Sharon gets a text from her husband Chris Theodopolopodous, whom she hasn't seen for twelve years. She agrees that he can come to Tracey's house to meet her.
25:00

Season 1, Episode 5 (Tattoo You)

3.0 17 x
When Sharon and Tracey have Chinese takeaway while watching TV, Sharon's hearing seems to be suffering and the conversation turns to aging.
25:00

Season 1, Episode 4 (Hearts For Sale)

3.0 20 x
Tracey shows off Garth & Marcie's half-finished new pub, Stubbies, to Sharon and Dorien. Her telesales boss at the plumbing firm turns up to give advice on the refurbishment, accompanied by his teenage daughter. (New Time)
25:00

Season 1, Episode 3 (Hot Stuff)

3.0 58 x
Marcie confides in Tracey that with daughter Poppy sharing her and Garth's room, their love life is suffering. An embarrassed Tracey bribes Sharon to agree that they give up the box room.
25:00

Season 1, Episode 2 (Slave)

3.0 54 x
Now that Sharon has given up work to help Dorien full-time, Tracey is the only one in the house bringing in a wage.
August 2016
26:00

Season 1, Episode 1 (Gimme Shelter)

3.0 19 x
Estranged sisters Sharon & Tracey bump into each other at a book signing - they're both there to meet Foxy Cohen, author of the novel "Sixty Shades of Green". Foxy turns out to be their old friend and neighbour Dorien Green.
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