A mid-90's {{Britcom}} about a trio of flatmates in their mid-twenties.

Agoraphobic {{Jerkass}} Matthew rents out his home to home to his naive, virginal school friend Martin and gorgeous, but frustrated blonde Mandy.

Though not especially outstanding and now largely forgotten, the show might be regarded as something of a bridge between the earlier and more famous ''MenBehavingBadly'' and the later ''{{Coupling}}'' in intergrating an equally (if somewhat differently expressed) dysfunctional ''female'' point of view into the show. Mandy was not a [[WomenAreWiser wise]] outsider remaining above the action, but a protagonist in her own right, fully as flawed as the men.

No relation to a 2013 European Disney sitcom.

This program features examples of:
* ArentYouGoingToRavishMe: Mandy has to explain to Stoat that having a gun means he can do anything he wants to her.
* CommitmentIssues: After only several dates, Mandy begins to feel choked by her boyfriend.
* DownerEnding
* FriendsRentControl: Only Martin has a steady source of income. Matthew is unemployed (indeed incapable of leaving the flat to get a job) and Mandy is stuck in a series of poorly paying temp positions. {{Justified|Trope}} in that Matthew's parents left him some money and the house in their will.
* HelloNurse: Martin's girlfriend Claire.
* HoYay
* LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces: Mandy
* ParentalAbandonment: Matt
* SpotOfTea: Ordered at least OnceAnEpisode.
* TheNineties
* TheOtherDarrin: Matthew was originally played by Ben Chaplin, who left after the first season and was replaced by Neil Stuke.
** Which is gloriously {{lampshaded}} in a post-credits sting after the first episode of the second season.
** And which was potentially confusing, since from promo stills one might have guessed that Oliver Haden, who played Marco, was Chaplin's replacement. Haden's resemblance to Chaplin is much stronger than Stuke's.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Mandy, whose ambition considerably outsrips her talent.
** Hours after becoming the lead singer of a local band, Matthew assumes that he has creative control.
* VirginityMakesYouStupid: Martin
* WomenAreWiser: Averted. Mandy probably is somewhat more intelligent than the [[InsistentTerminology blokes]] but has a whole host of personality flaws and problems.